Whizz Systems to Host Complimentary Tech Lunch & Learn


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Whizz Systems, Inc. invites you to join them on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at their facility in Santa Clara, California (USA) for a complimentary and educational Lunch & Learn. The event is in cooperation with the SMTA Silicon Valley Chapter.

Beginning at 11 a.m., the morning will begin with the following presentations:

  • Mr. Brian Toleno, Microsoft: AR and the Factory of the Future
  • Dr. Denis Barbini, Laserssel: Laser Reflow Soldering (LSR)
  • Dr. Mike Bixenman, KYZEN & Magnalytix, LLC: Electronic Device Reliability as a Function of Cleanliness 

Lunch will be provided, followed by a tour of the Whizz Systems facility, which will showcase their technology as a leading electronics product development and manufacturing company.

Please RSVP to Francesca Lehtomaa, flehtomaa@meganwendling.com to reserve your space.

For more information about Whizz Systems, please visit www.whizzsystems.com.

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