Get Social with Applied Materials @ SEMICON West (#SemiApplied)

We’re getting excited for this year’s SEMICON West, the flagship annual event for the global microelectronics industry. We have enjoyed building an online community through the discussion of innovation and the ideas that are shaping the world as we know it. As we’ve built this community, we’ve created several ways to connect, engage and interact with Applied Materials.

This blog post highlights the various Applied Materials Social Media Communities. Please take the time to check out the different channels and we’ll post up-to-date news and information about our activities around the show through the following methods.

The Applied Materials SEMICON West web page is the central location showcasing details about our participation at this year’s show. On this page is a wealth of useful information and resources including, show details, events calendar, blog posts, and Applied’s Twitter feed. Finally, visitors can subscribe to receive the Applied newsletter. Bookmark the following URL: for easy access to the web page.


The Applied Materials Blog

Applied Materials will be blogging live from SEMICON West to bring you the most relevant news from the show. Here visitors can leave comments and questions about the show and related activities. Check back daily to find out what’s new and what’s coming during the show.



We Tweet! Find us on the official Applied Materials Twitter feed @Applied_Blog ( Traditionally, we use Twitter to share news and blog posts. At this year’s SEMICON West show we’ll be sharing what we’re seeing on the floor, and we hope you’ll share with us too. Also, this year we’ll be using the #SemiApplied hashtag to organize all things Applied Materials at the show. More on that later!



Do you have a profile on LinkedIn? If so, you’re half way there, join the Applied Materials Company page today!



‘Like’ the official corporate Facebook page to preview behind-the-scene photos from SEMICON West as well as other related activity.



The Applied YouTube channel features an interesting and informative library of video clips from some of our key technology experts around critical semiconductor inflection points.

I hope you find this information helpful and I encourage you to ‘Share’ it with others! I’m happy to answer any questions, just leave me a comment below.

Thank you and hope to connect at SEMICON West!

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