International Conference on Soldering and Reliability Workshops Announced


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The SMTA is excited to announce three new workshops for the 10th Annual International Conference on Soldering and Reliability (ICSR) being held May 9-11, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. The event is co-located with the SMTA Toronto Expo.

Workshops on Monday, May 9, will include:

  • Shining a Light on LED Technology: Construction, Reliability, Qualification, Failure Modes Process Material (full day)

Instructor: Martin Simard-Normandin, Ph.D., MuAnalysis Inc.

  • LGA and QFN Component Technology: Manufacturing Implementation and Solder Joint Reliability (half day)

Instructor: Dave Hillman, Rockwell Collins

  • Designing in Reliability by Assessing Contamination at the Component Interface (half day)

Instructor: Mike Bixenman, DBA, KYZEN Corporation

The Early Bird registration deadline is April 8th.  For more information click here.

Contact Jenny Ng at 952-920-7682 or jenny@smta.org with questions.

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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.

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