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Michigan's Semiconductor Ecosystem
Home to the largest producer of polysilicon in the U.S., a top 10 semiconductor workforce, the nation's top global institute for semiconductor training, and a strong customer base to support future growth, Michigan is a global innovation hub for the semiconductor industry.
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Latest Investments Boost Michigan’s Leadership in Semiconductor Industry
SK Siltron CSS’s New Manufacturing Facility in Bay City Strengthens Michigan’s Semiconductor Sector Leadership
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Michigan: A Hand in the Next Generation of Semiconductor Manufacturing
POTUS Joins Gov. Whitmer Virtually for Signing of CHIPS Act Executive Directive
President Biden joined Governor Whitmer, elected officials and representatives from Hemlock remotely for the signing of an executive directive guiding the implementation of the CHIPS Act, which will boost domestic chip production and bolster Michigan’s leadership in the semiconductor industry.Read More
When we announced KLA's plans for bringing our second north American headquarters to Michigan, we knew it was going to be an exceptional place to expand our R&D programs and develop a new AI center of excellence. Demands for innovations in semiconductors continue to increase as we see technologies like 5G and AI proliferate. We are pleased with our progress with more than 200 new hires at the Michigan site, even with the challenges of COVID in 2020. We are excited about our long-term growth plans.
Discover more about Michigan's Talented Workforce
With the greatest concentration of engineers in the nation and a skilled trades workforce of more than 250,000 strong, Michigan's workforce is a top reason businesses locate and expand in the state.Learn More
The growth of electric vehicles is opening an exciting new chapter for the auto industry as it provides consumers with more environmentally friendly transportation options. SK Siltron CSS is proud to partner with the state of Michigan to build the supply chain and create the skilled jobs required to support the next generation of EVs, ensuring Michigan remains the automotive center of the world.
Michigan's Leading EV Ecosystem
Michigan is proud to be the home for mobility, electrification and the future automotive frontier. The state's wealth of resources, partnerships and infrastructure continues to attract a host of battery and electrification investments from around the globe.Learn More
We’re spending a lot of time at home connected to each other through our computers, smart phones and tablets. By providing the fundamental raw material for semiconductors, HSC is helping everyone stay in touch —exemplifying purpose to connect and energize the world from right here in Michigan.
As global demands continue to grow and evolve across every phase of the semiconductor process, Michigan is shepherding in the new guard for the industry. Michigan is home to the automotive, mobility and electrification industries, cutting-edge technologies and a holistic advanced manufacturing ecosystem together driving future innovations and discoveries. This includes the world’s smallest computer, the Michigan Micro Mote, developed at the Michigan Integrated Circuits Laboratory.
Add to that an extensive university ecosystem investing in future industry solutions, including the University Research Corridor connecting academic researchers in Ann Arbor, East Lansing and Detroit – Michigan is a national leader in its R&D focus, with an enthusiastic curiosity and willingness to push boundaries that ensure the discoveries of the future are taking place in Michigan.
This all results in employers finding one of the most talented, diverse and abundant workforces in Michigan. From manufacturers being prepared to adopt Industry 4.0 technologies through the state’s innovative programming, to educational opportunities through the Michigan Reconnect Program, Michigan is working around-the-clock to ensure new talent is always being developed, while upskilling and retraining its existing workforce, through programs like Jobs Ready Michigan, to meet the future demands of industry.
Living in Michigan
Michigan’s attractive business climate and robust semiconductor industry is surpassed only by the state's natural beauty and active lifestyle. With four beautiful seasons, 11,000 lakes, and the country’s longest freshwater coastline, Michigan offers ample opportunities to enjoy all types of recreational activities. When it comes to living and doing business, nothing compares to Pure Michigan.Learn More
Michigan is an Industry Leader