Here’s What The Chips Act Could Mean for ASU and Arizona
The recently passed national Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors and Science Act, or CHIPS Act, is designed to drive a significant increase in semiconductor manufacturing in the United States. Regional economies in the U.S. are expected to benefit, as well as research universities like ASU. Zachary Holman, a Fulton Schools associate professor of electrical, computer and energy engineering, aided ASU’s efforts to support the legislation. He says the potential impact of the CHIPS Act could be more support for research projects and facilities at ASU, including undergraduate and graduate student research opportunities and more industry collaborations.