IPC SummerCom to Feature Panelpalooza


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The IPC SummerCom, to be held on June 15–20, in Raleigh, North Carolina, will feature Panelpalooza, a highly interactive panel platform that will cover challenges currently facing the electronics industry.

Topics covered during panels include BTC challenges, cleanliness measurements for process control, warpage-induced defects, microvia reliability, harmony between standards, and next-generation solder alloy developments.

For any questions about registering for the IPC standards development committee meetings, please contact your committee's staff liaison. Reach out to Brook Sandy-Smith, technical education program manager at BrookSandy@ipc.org, to share ideas for topics or volunteer to join as one of our esteemed panelists.

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