IPC APEX EXPO 2017 Calls for Papers, Technical Courses


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IPC—The Association Connecting Electronics Industries is seeking technical papers for presentation and professional development courses for IPC APEX EXPO 2017.

Presenting at IPC APEX EXPO provides visibility for you and your organization. Thousands of individuals receive the technical proceedings from this event, ensuring that your material will be seen by key managers and executives from all segments of the worldwide electronics industry.

Submissions are sought on design, materials, assembly, processes and equipment in areas from adhesives and advanced technology to underfills and via plugging.

Next year’s IPC APEX EXPO, with the theme Technology’s Turning Point, will be held from February 12–16 at San Diego Convention Center in California.

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