SMTA Awards Mike Konrad the Rich Freiberger Best of Conference Award


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SMTA has announced the winner from SMTA International 2019 for the Rich Freiberger Best of Conference Award, as selected by the conference attendees. The award was given to Michael Konrad of Aqueous Technologies, for the presentation entitled "IPC's New Cleanliness Testing Standard is Now Active. What's New? What Stays the Same?" The award is based on the conference attendees' rating of each speaker at the technical session. 

Mike Konrad stated "I am humbled and honored to receive the Rich Freiberger Best of Conference Award. There were so many talented presenters and great presentations at SMTAI 2019. I am honored just to part of this terrific event."

Mike Konrad is the Founder and President of Aqueous Technologies, a manufacturer of automated cleaning/defluxing systems and ionic contamination testers.

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