Indium Corporation Names Hisert as Indium Applications Manager


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Indium Corporation has named Jim Hisert as Indium Applications Manager. Hisert is responsible for exploring and leveraging the use of indium in various forms and applications. He will use this information to identify new markets for existing products and identify new opportunities. 

Hisert has worked for Indium Corporation for over 10 years in various roles, including as an Applications Engineer and a Manufacturing Engineer. He has presented at industry organizations and technical seminars globally, and has authored technical papers on numerous topics, including thermal management, semiconductor-grade flux technology, solder materials testing, and sputtering target bonding. Hisert is also one of Indium Corporation’s most prolific bloggers. He earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering technology from the State University of New York’s Polytechnic Institute and earned a certification in “Fundamentals of Vapor Deposition” from the University of Delaware. 

About Indium Corporation

Indium Corporation is a premier materials manufacturer and supplier to the global electronics, semiconductor, thin-film, and thermal management markets. Products include solders and fluxes; brazes; thermal interface materials; sputtering targets; indium, gallium, germanium, and tin metals and inorganic compounds; and NanoFoil. Founded in 1934, Indium has global technical support and factories located in China, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the USA. 

For more information about Indium Corporation, visit www.indium.com.

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