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As 2022 comes to an end, EE Times is highlighting memorable stories from each of its editors over the past year. Today’s spotlight is on Anne-Françoise Pelé, editor-in-chief for EE Times Europe and correspondent at EE Times.
Anne-Françoise Pelé joined CMP as editor-in-chief of the newly-launched EETimes.fr in 2003 and participated in the formation of EE Times Europe in 2006. She covered the European and global electronics industry for longer than 10 years and successively led EE Times’ EDA, Automotive, Medical, Smart Energy, and Military-Aerospace DesignLines.
In 2015, she joined Google France as the editorial lead for Think with Google, a digital marketing resource offering insights, data and analysis.
After four and a half years at Google, Anne-Françoise returned to journalism. Based in France, she writes news and analysis on the European electronics industry and has developed an interest in MEMS, imaging and sensor devices—and their ever-growing fields of application (i.e., medical, transportation, industrial, agriculture/environment, and IoT).
Here are Anne-Françoise’s top six stories from 2022:
Intel’s long-awaited investment plan for Europe has been unveiled: the U.S. semiconductor giant announced it will invest €80 billion in the European Union over the next decade.
The pathway to digital sovereignty is still long and winding, but it is worth noting the first steps taken to revive Europe’s sagging semiconductor manufacturing industry.
SEMI Europe’s president Laith Altimime discusses Europe’s vision and missions to strengthen semiconductor manufacturing operations and improve the resilience of supply chains.
What does resilience mean exactly, and why is it so important to have a resilient semiconductor supply chain in Europe?
Hagai Zyss, CEO of Autotalks, explained how the company’s recently launched V2X chipsets contribute to improving urban road traffic safety and how V2X communication paves the way toward a zero-accident, zero-death future.
Manjari Chandran-Ramesh, a partner at Amadeus Capital Partners, has been keeping track of quantum startups, analyzing the peaks and troughs of attention and investment, and shared her thoughts on the market’s trajectory.