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Julius Schmidkonz

Manager Industrial Engineering – WIP Flow Management
Infineon Technologies

Rapid prototyping automation solutions – a case study from backend production

At the Infineon backend sites there are many examples of multiple equipment being connected to constitute a sequential cluster. The equipment is sending individual equipment state signals, but there is not necessarily an overall cluster state available. As capacity decisions are made for the overall clusters, the need to measure cluster availability accurately is important to drive productivity improvement.
In this case study, we will show you how Applied Materials APF products can be used for prototyping cluster equipment states, introduce various software components, and show how quickly you can implement and compare different approaches.

About Julius Schmidkonz

Julius is a Manager Industrial Engineering – WIP Flow Management at Infineon Technologies at the central backend organization located in Munich. His responsibility is to drive the global rollout of automated scheduling and dispatching solutions as well as contributing to the backend I4.0 roadmap.

He joined Infineon 6 years ago and has experience in simulation, automation and productivity improvements. Before joining the backend, Julius was part of the corporate supply chain organization and also working as an expat in Hungary to support the setup of a new backend site.

Julius holds a Master of Science in industrial engineering with a focus on operations research and computer science from Technical University Munich.