The technical sessions, with over 50 presentations, will include Nanotech Joining, Automotive Electronics, Solder Technologies, Optoelectronics and Power, Design and Manufacturing Strategies, Advanced X-Ray Inspection, Wearable Electronics, Materials Reliability Impact, Interposer Technologies (TSV), Reliability Strategies, Test and Failure Analysis.
On the afternoon of Monday, January 25, a plenary keynote session will kick off the event featuring presentations on Application of Nanostructuring, Nanomaterials, and Micro-Nano-Integration
for Improved Components and System's Performance; 3D-Printing and Electronic Packaging; New Lithium Ion Cell Technologies; Digital Health; and Employee Job Satisfaction and Leadership Style.
On Tuesday, January 26, Dwight Howard, Delphi, will deliver the keynote lunch talk on “The Rapid Evolution of Automotive Features and Demands for Advanced Microelectronics Solutions.” On Wednesday, January 27, Michael Pecht, Ph.D., University of Maryland, will deliver the lunch keynote on “Re-thinking Reliability - A Perspective from a U.S. National Academy of Science Study Committee.” Meyya Meyyappan, Ph.D., NASA Ames Research Center, will deliver the final keynote lunch presentation about “Nanotechnology in Future Nanoelectronics” on Thursday, January 28.
View the complete program and register at the website: www.smta.org/panpac. Please contact Tanya Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-920-7682, with questions about the program. Promotional packages are available for companies wishing to have exposure for their products and services. Contact Jae Gullings, email@example.com, for details.
The SMTA membership is an international network of professionals who build skills, share practical experience and develop solutions in electronic assembly technologies, including microsystems, emerging technologies, and related business operations.