2017 International Electrostatic Discharge Workshop



Sun, May 07 - Thu, May 11, 2017


Granlibakken Tahoe, Tahoe City, California




The IEW facilitates access to and interactions with industry leaders through invited seminars, technical sessions, special interest groups (SIGs), discussion groups (DGs), and invited speakers.

    • Scheduled poster sessions form the core of the technical program. These poster sessions are preceded by a brief introduction of each poster by the authors in a plenary "teaser" session. These teasers encourage the participants to select the posters of greatest interest. Meet and chat with the authors, while you expand your knowledge and network in the subsequent poster discussion session.
    • The discussion groups (DGs), held in the evenings, are a unique part of our interactive workshop. While each EOS/ESD topic discussion is facilitated by an expert on the subject, the main discussion will take place among the DG participants. We encourage you to bring along data, ideas, and other items of interest to share.
    • A number of stimulating state-of-the-art EOS/ESD seminars, as well as invited talks are also scheduled.



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PNC Inc.

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