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Establishment of Micro Magnetic Sensor Foundry

Construction of D-FAB, Daegu’s Micro Magnetic Sensor Foundry (2023-2025)
  • Project Overview: Building a chip fabrication plant where companies actively cooperate and share information with each other in order to nurture leading micro magnetoresistance sensor manufacturers
  • Project Cost: KRW 31 billion (state funding)
  • Project Scale: The fourth floor/ the first basement floor (Gross floor area: 6,000 ㎡)
  • Major facility: Semiconductor clean room (manufacturing facilities), business incubator and business support center
  • Project Descriptions
    - Construction of Daegu’s magnetic-sensor-chip foundry as the city's social infrastructure in order to develop home-grown advanced magnetic sensor chips and address uncertainties when promising ideas are commercialized
    - An improvement in processing and analyzing equipment and infrastructure used for advanced semiconductors
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Construction of a Magnetic Sensor Chip Cluster (2022-2026)
  • Project Overview: Advancing DGIST’s micro magnetic sensor foundry in order to localize magnetic sensor technologies, attract micro magnetoresistance sensor manufacturers and set a foundation for related venture businesses
  • Project Cost: KRW 30 billion (KRW 20 billion in state funding , KRW 10 billion in local government funding)
  • Project Descriptions
    - R&D, Education, other services (process lines, consultation, etc.)
    - Construction of fabrication lines and advancement of manufacture platforms that will support development of pre-prototypes of magnetic sensor chips and evaluation for product performance
    - Advancement of utilities, safety equipment and monitoring system in order to ensure a reliable infrastructure of nanochip fabrication plants
Talent Nurturing and Support
  • Professional training for the semiconductor talent: nurturing excellent human resources with practical skills through the training programs
  • Support for talent hiring: 10 universities in the Daegu-Gyeongbuk region, 25 academic departments, 2,344 excellent professionals