Almere, The Netherlands
July 14, 2017

ASM International N.V. (Euronext Amsterdam: ASM) today announces that it  will 
be hosting a technology seminar in Denver, US, on Monday July 17th, 2017,  the 
second day of the ALD Conference.
In this technology seminar,  ASM speaker Dr. Glen  Wilk and our  distinguished 
guest speaker Dr. Ruqiang Bao from IBM, will address challenges and  solutions 
from  ALD  processes  and  equipment   to  manufacture  next  generations   of 
micro-electronic devices.

The agenda is as follows:
5.30 - 6:30 pm    Reception, drinks and food 
6.30 - 7.00 pm    Dr. Glen Wilk (ASM) - "ALD Technology Solutions for Advanced
7.00 - 7.30 pm    Dr. Ruqiang Bao (IBM Semiconductor Technology Research) -
"ALD - An
                           Essential Technique for Advanced Logic Technology
Following the presentations, there is room for open discussion and networking
until 8.30 pm.

The ASM technology seminar will take place in the Governor's Square 15 - Plaza
Building - Concourse Level at the Sheraton Downtown Denver, Colorado, US. The
room will open at 5:30 pm for invited attendees.
Interested parties should contact Bob Hollands,
About ASM International

ASM  International  NV,   headquartered  in  Almere,   the  Netherlands,   its 
subsidiaries and participations design and manufacture equipment and materials
used to produce semiconductor devices. ASM International, its subsidiaries and
participations provide production  solutions for  wafer processing  (Front-end 
segment) as well  as for  assembly &  packaging and  surface mount  technology 
(Back-end segment) through facilities in the United States, Europe, Japan  and 
Asia. ASM International's common stock trades on the Euronext Amsterdam  Stock 
Exchange  (symbol  ASM).  For  more  information,  visit  ASMI's  website   at

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: All matters discussed in
this press  release,  except  for any  historical  data,  are  forward-looking 
statements. Forward-looking statements  involve risks  and uncertainties  that 
could  cause  actual  results   to  differ  materially   from  those  in   the 
forward-looking statements. These  include, but are  not limited to,  economic 
conditions and trends in the  semiconductor industry generally and the  timing 
of  the  industry  cycles   specifically,  currency  fluctuations,   corporate 
transactions, financing and liquidity matters, the success of  restructurings, 
the  timing  of  significant  orders,  market  acceptance  of  new   products, 
competitive factors, litigation involving intellectual property,  shareholders 
or other issues, commercial and economic disruption due to natural  disasters, 
terrorist activity,  armed conflict  or political  instability, epidemics  and 
other risks indicated in the  Company's reports and financial statements.  The 
Company  assumes  no  obligation   nor  intends  to   update  or  revise   any 
forward-looking statements to reflect future developments or circumstances.


Bob Hollands

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