Networking Committee Meetings

The Networking Committees (NWCs) are attended by Directors/Senior Managers, Managers and Supervisors, to act as the platform for benchmarking and exchange of ideas. Through the NWCs, SEIPI organizes a wide variety of training programs to strengthen the global competitiveness of the industry.


About the Association

aessep

AESSEP is the venue for sharing of best-known practices on environmental health and safety, plant engineering and facilities maintenance, space utilization and operation reliability. Its vision is to be the role model among various industries in ensuring safety in the workplace, persevering the environment and keeping abreast with the best facilities technology as part of achieving total quality productivity. It’s mission is to encourage members to achieve and maintain a safe and environment friendly industry through: continuous education and training, compliance to regulations and standards, clean technology, energy management, equipment reliability and facilities management.

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITION
John Christopher Javier Ibiden Philippines Inc. Chairperson
Rodelio Carino Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc. Deputy Chairperson/Services
Mylene Armamento Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. Training
Jocelyn Daluraya Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc. Training
Sheila Romero Continental Temic Electronics (Phils.). Inc. R&D / Roadmap
Marck Magapi Gruppo EMS, Inc. R&D / Roadmap
Marcelino Sin Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Advocacy
Jove Pasaol Minebea Mitsumi (Cebu Mitsumi) Advocacy
Mark Deodoro Ionics EMS, Inc. Information
Jess Peralta Maxeon Solar Technologies Information
Gemma Domingo Microchip Technology Operations Corporation Information
Ma. Gina Picardal onsemi Networking
Edgard Reyes Western Digital Philippines Networking
Joey Garcia Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc. Services

2023 Priorities

 

2023 Projects

Training

R&D/Research

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service

2023 NWC WEBINAR SCHEDULES

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4

 

For more information, please contact celle.toledo@seipi.org.ph

 

About the Association

APPS

SEIPI’s networking committee that continuously works on the best security professional practices, which shares a common goal amongst SEIPI members. Its vision is to provide leadership role in the design and propagation of effective security business practices and application for semiconductor and electronics industries in the Philippines.

 

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITION
Rommel Ligayo Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. Chairperson
Norman Alpuerto Continental Temic Electronics (Phils.). Inc. Deputy Chairperson
Ed Guese Gruppo EMS, Inc. Training
Jess Aleluya Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Training and Information
Robinie Batacandolo Microchip Technology Operations Corporation R&D / Roadmap
Lawrence Abello onsemi R&D / Roadmap
Ces Franche Ibiden Philippines Inc. Advocacy
Victor Magpantay Minebea Mitsumi Advocacy
Dustin Dreyfus Western Digital Philippines Advocacy
Nelson Nayve Ionics EMS, Inc. Information
Roger Mendoza Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc. Networking
Patrick Chagsan Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc. Networking
Manu Serra ST Microelectronics Networking
Edwin Perez Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc. Services
Jess Peralta Maxeon Solar Technologies Services
Pol Camacho Shieldcoach Security Company Adviser

Top three (3) priorities for 2023

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service

2023 NWC WEBIANRS  SCHEDULES

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4

 

For more information, please contact leila.guinto@seipi.org.ph

 

About the Association

New ASEFEX Logo

ASEFEX is the gathering of finance executives practicing in the semiconductor and electronics industry, bonded by the spirit of volunteerism for the benefit of the industry as a whole and members’ respective companies in particular. ASEFEX envisions to be the strategic partner of SEIPI in driving the Philippine semiconductor and electronics industry towards global competitiveness through excellence and leadership in the field of finance. Its mission is to advocate the development, implementation and advancement of the industry by promoting information sharing, benchmarking, training and development, values formation and networking on relevant financial issues for the benefit of SEIPI member companies and the industry as a whole.

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITION
Geraldine Decena onsemi Chairperson
Aimee Banzuela Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc. Deputy Chairperson
Irene De Vega Maxeon Solar Technologies Training
Lauren Mitchell Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc. Training
Rose Florendo ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. Training
Laila Juaman Minebea Mitsumi (Cebu Mitsumi) R&D / Roadmap
Carmela Calangi Gruppo EMS, Inc. Advocacy
Ron Andrade Ionics EMS, Inc. Advocacy
Minerva Jose Microchip Technology Operations Corporation Information
Lorna Manguerra Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc. Networking
Felix Halili Ibiden Philippines Inc. Networking
Winifreda Misa ST Microelectronics Inc. Information
Marvi Mangona Continental Temic Electronics (Phils.). Inc. Services
Marivic Perlada Western Digital Philippines Services
William Garcia Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. Adviser
Dexter Medilla Asurion TCP Adviser

2023 Priorities

 

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service

 

Quarterly Meetings 

March
June
September
December

For more information, please contact analin.lozano@seipi.org.ph.

About the Association

ASEMEP

ASEMEP provides support to member-companies in benchmarking manufacturing activities, technical trainings and strategic planning. It hosts the annual National Technical Symposium aimed at showcasing technical expertise of SEIPI semiconductors and electronics engineers. The group is likewise pursuing a strong and active Academe-Government-Industry Forum to help shape a more relevant technical and engineering education curriculum.

Under ASEMEP are four (4) Community of Practices (COPs) whose objective is to foster intellectual exchange between different engineering practices in the semiconductor and electronics industry. These are:

Semiconductor and Electronics Training Council (SETC)

ASEMEP ESD Council (AEC)

ASEMEP Quality and Productivity Council (AQ&PC)

Council of Failure Analysis and Reliability (CFAR)

Vision

Create ENABLED manufacturing engineers in the semiconductor and electronics industry. Engineers Networked to achieve Advanced technology Breakthroughs that would Lead to Economic and social Development.

Mission

To keep our fellow engineers abreast with the technological development both in local and foreign endeavors. To promote and participate in programs supportive of both industry and national interest, particularly in technical skills development, industry-academe linkage and corporate social responsibility. To be the preferred venue and forum where engineers can share their technical competence. To enable community of practices that will foster intellectual exchange.

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITION
Rey Luares Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc. Chairperson
Ruth Jacob Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. Deputy Chairperson
Chito Del Mundo Gruppo EMS, Inc Training
Ronald Hilaria Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Training
James Baello Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc. Training
Audwin Espino Western Digital Philippines R&D
Ian Harvey Arellano STMicroelectronics, Inc. R&D
Edmon Salimo Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc. Advocacy
Emma Gerodias Ionics EMS, Inc. Advocacy
Peter Awayan onsemi Information
Roel Roxas Continental Temic Electronics (Phils), Inc. Networking
Ian Baccay Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Networking
Donald Cruz Microchip Technology Operations Corporation Networking
Gold Cagande Minebea Mitsumi Services

ASEMEP COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE (COPs)

1.1 ASEMEP ESD COUNCIL (AEC)

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITION
Ian Santiago Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc. Chairperson
Celon Cada onsemi Deputy Chairperson
Ara Malabanan Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc. Training
Jose Pulgado Jr. Continental Temic Electronics Philippines, Inc. Training
Raymond Sietereales Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc. R&D
Ely Torrecampo Ionics EMS, Inc. R&D
Laurelyn Silva Ibiden Philippines, Inc. Advocacy
Bobby Tovera Microchip Technology Operations Corporation Advocacy
Ninia Didulo Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc Information
Gene Tresha Realubit Minebea Mitsumi, Inc. Information
Johnrey Acuin Gruppo EMS, Inc. Networking
Vincent Confesor STMicroelectronics, Inc. Networking
Fermin Traquina Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Services
Ray Tag-at Western Digital Philippines Services

1.2 ASEMEP QUALITY & PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL (AQ&PC)

COMPANY NAME

1.3 COUNCIL FOR FAILURE ANALYSIS & RELIABILITY (CFAR)

COMPANY NAME

1.4 SEIPI TRAINING COUNCIL (SETC)

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITION
Olsen Bandahala onsemi Chairperson
Rumela Fei Gloriani Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc. Deputy Chairperson
Ruth Jacob Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. Training
Erwin M. Aguilar Continental Temic Electronics (Phils.). Inc. Training
Lani Valle Ionics EMS, Inc. Training
Francisco Baldemor STMicroelectronics, Inc. R&D/Roadmap
Aizah Valenciano Toshiba Information Equipment (Philippines), Inc. R&D/Roadmap
Rea Dimapilis Gruppo EMS, Inc. Advocacy
Lester Uy Microchip Technology Operations Corporation Advocacy
Aileen Quizon Ibiden Philippines Inc. Information
Crystal Mae Dirige-Benauro Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc. Information
Marivic Bongalon Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc. Networking
Hubert Deiparine Minebea Mitsumi (Cebu Mitsumi) Networking
Ronald A. Gabasan Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Services
Celine Salazar Maxeon Solar Technologies Services
Ronald Gervacio ROHM Electronics Philippines, Inc. Services
Anthony Zabala Western Digital Philippines

Top 3 Priorities for 2023 (ASEMEP)

Top 3 Priorities for 2023 (AEC)

Top 3 Priorities for 2023 (AQ&PC)

Top 3 Priorities for 2023 (SETC)

Top 3 Priorities for 2023 (CFAR)

(ASEMEP)

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service 

 

(SETC)

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service 

 

(CFAR)

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service 

 

(AEC)

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service 

 

(AQ&PC)

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service

2023 NWC WEBINAR SCHEDULES

ASSOCIATION OF SEMICONDUCTOR AND ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS OF THE PHILIPPINES (ASEMEP)

Online team building (ASEMEP and COPs)
Q2 GMM
Q3 GMM
Joint webinar with ASITEP and AESSEP on Q3 (IR 4.0)
ANTS 2022
CSR Activity for all COPs

For more information, please contact us at rose.duazo@seipi.org.ph

 

ASEMEP ESD COUNCIL (AEC)

Q2 GMM
Q3 GMM
Virtual ASEMEP National Technical SymposiuM

For more information, please contact us at rose.duazo@seipi.org.ph

 

ASEMEP QUALITY & PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL (AQ&PC)

Q1 RMM
Q2 RMM
AQ&PC BENCHMARKING CONVENTION
Q4 RMM

For more information, please contact us at 

 

COUNCIL FOR FAILURE ANALYSIS & RELIABILITY (CFAR)

Q1 RMM
Q2 RMM
Q3 RMM
CFAR Virtual Annual Forum

For more information, please contact us at 

 

SEIPI TRAINING COUNCIL (SETC)

Q1 RMM
Q2 RMM
SETC Training Summit
Q4 RMM

For more information, please contact us at claud.abe@seipi.org.ph

 

About the Association

ASITEP

ASITEP is the forefront networking committee addressing serious Information and Technology, and electronic-commerce or e-commerce issues and concerns in the industry. Its vision is to become a strong community of IT experts, recognized as an integral partner of the semiconductor and electronics industy in a globally competitive Philippines. Its vision is to be an active advocate and strong source of information technology expertise and experience in a globally competitive Philippines.

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITION
Jonathan Anthony Ac-ac Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. Chairperson/ Information
Wowie Makalintal Gruppo EMS, Inc. Deputy Chairperson/ Services
Gloria Delfin Ibiden Philippines Inc. Training
Jill Mallorca onsemi R&D/Roadmap
Sandeep Sinha Maxeon Solar Technologies R&D/Roadmap
Jay Chavez Ionics EMS, Inc. Advocacy
Neil Dumoran Minebea Mitsumi (Cebu Mitsumi) Networking
Norman Paca Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Services
John Lemuel Sevilleno Microchip Technology Operations Corporation Services
Enrico Ilagan Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc.
Richard Ryan Santos Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc.
Jonathan Francis De Jesus Continental Temic Electronics (Phils.). Inc.
Jan Capitulo Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc.
Reden Santos Western Digital Philippines
William Calamba STMicroelectronics

Top three (3) priorities for 2023

 

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service

2023 NWC WEBINAR SCHEDULES

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4

 

For more information, please contact roella.ison@seipi.org.ph

About the Association

ASLM

ASLM is SEIPI’s committee in charge of facilitation movement of goods, with main lobbying efforts towards simplifying procedures in the Bureau of Customs and PEZA. Its vision is to make the Philippines the benchmark country in Asia in trade facilitation. It’s mission is to enhance the global competitiveness of the industry, through the simplification of import and export rules and regulations towards the improvement of trade facilitation thereby reducing the transit and cycle time of finished goods and cost of doing business in the Philippines.

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITON
Ariel Pablo Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc. Chairperson
Alvin Eusebio onsemi Deputy Chairperson
Alex Cabriga Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. Training
Monina Dimacuha Ionics EMS, Inc. Training
Darlene Gutierrez Western Digital Philippines Training
Jennifer Ayson Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc. R&D / Roadmap
Dante Hernandez Gruppo EMS, Inc. Advocacy
Andrea Elca Microchip Technology Operations Corporation Advocacy
Annie Sampani Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc. Networking
Joy Bondoc Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Information
Wilma Gonzaga Minebea Mitsumi (Cebu Mitsumi) Information
Wilda Calderon Maxeon Solar Technologies Networking
Marc Roca Continental Temic Electronics (Phils.). Inc. Services
Fherie Gonzales Ibiden Philippines Inc. Services

Top three (3) priorities for 2023

 

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking 

Services

2023 NWC WEBINAR SCHEDULES

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4

For more information, please contact shaira.villagonzalo@seipi.org.ph

About the Association

ASPA WEBSITE

ASPA is the networking committee tasked in managing and policing ethical hiring practices within the industry as well as serving as a networking venue for best known labor relation practices and information source for the industry on other labor related matters. Its vision is to reinforce the transition of the organization to become strategic business partners (SBPs) of the semiconductor and electronics industry.

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITION
Chie Dizon Gruppo EMS, Inc. Chairperson
Ahyie Reyes Microchip Technology Operations Corporation Deputy Chairperson
Rommel Santiago Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Training
Lani Valle Ionics EMS, Inc. Training
Allan Lenchico Western Digital Philippines Training
Louie Pineda Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc. R&D /Roadmap
Angelita Mercado Ibiden Philippines Inc. R&D /Roadmap
Celine Salazar Maxeon Solar Technologies Advocacy
Anne Cordero onsemi Advocacy
Jocelle Alvarez Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. Information
Cindy Cabezas Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc. Information
Edwin Honrada Minebea Mitsumi (Cebu Mitsumi) Networking
Jane Leigh Garcia Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc. Networking
Mayeth Bondoy Continental Temic Electronics (Phils.). Inc. Services

Top Priorities for 2023

 

Training

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service

 

For more information, please contact shaira.villagonzalo@seipi.org.ph

Quarterly Meetings

Q1 RMM
Q2 RMM
Q3 RMM
Q4 RMM

About the Association

New ASPM Logo

ASPM is the venue for sharing information among SEIPI member-companies on best procurement practices, localization of raw materials, supplier co-development and other related matters. It’s objectives are: To increase purchasing effectiveness and productivity To develop the industry’s supply base and purchasing environment To increase the purchasing contribution to the employer organizations’ survival and growth; To continually develop purchasing competencies and perform above the standards of the purchasing profession.

NAME COMPANY NWC POSITION
Danny Javid Gruppo EMS, Inc. Chairperson
Rose Siobal Texas Instruments (Philippines), Inc. Deputy Chairperson
Lorie Lai Mendoza Ibiden Philippines Inc. Training
Daisy Umayam onsemi Training
Joy Bondoc Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Advocacy
Ramil Batongbakal Ionics EMS, Inc. Advocacy
Madel Valdez Maxeon Solar Technologies Advocacy
Ria Ayson Analog Devices Gen. Trias Inc. Advocacy
Angelita Sta. Maria Amkor Technology Philippines, Inc. Information
Eric Santos ST Microelectronics Information
Reynaldo Taghoy Minebea Mitsumi (Cebu Mitsumi) Networking
Ana Marie Lagaras Automated Technology (Phils.), Inc. Services
Mary Anne Garcia Continental Temic Electronics (Phils.). Inc.
Elizabeth Dela Rosa Western Digital Philippines

Top 3 Priorities 2023

Training 

R&D

Advocacy

Information

Networking

Service

2023 NWC WEBINAR SCHEDULES

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4

 

For more information, please contact rachel.manarpaac@seipi.org.ph

 

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