Cave Creek, Arizona September 9, 2020. High-Density Packaging (HDP) User Group is pleased to announce it is hosting a free webinar that will provide its members and others in the electronic industry the latest information on issues facing Aerospace electronics. Worldwide Experts in the field will share their knowledge and concerns during the 3-hour Webinar, which is open to all interested parties.
“Aerospace electronics pose the most severe use environment in all of the electronics world. This, coupled with the mission-critical aspect of aerospace applications, make it a reliability and performance challenge that can provide valuable insight to all of our members and anyone involved in electronics”, said Marshall Andrews, Executive Director of HDP User Group.
The Webinar will be held on November 12, 2020, starting at 8 AM USA Central Time.
Agenda 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM US Central Time
Welcome – Larry Marcanti, HDP
Opening of the Webinar by the Moderator
Reliability of HDI PCBs for European Space Agency (ESA) Projects
An Overview of Printed Circuit Board Risks and Supplier Capability
An Investigation into the Tin Pest Phenomena: Ten Years of
Testing Chasing Myths
The Promise of Heterogeneous Integration
How to give the fabricator the best chance at success for creating reliable microvia connections
Round Table & Questions
The Webinar is in the English language.
Please register for webinar log-in and call details by emailing your contact info (name, Company Info, Email) to one of the following people.
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
About HDP User Group
HDP User Group (www.hdpug.org) is a global research and development organization based in Cave Creek, Arizona, which is dedicated to “reducing the costs and risks for the Electronics Manufacturing industry when using advanced electronic packaging and assembly.” This international industry-led group organizes and conducts R&D programs to address the technical issues facing the industry, including design, printed circuit board manufacturing, electronics assembly, and environmental compliance. HDP User Group maintains additional offices in Austin, Texas, and Singapore.
For more information, visit HDP User Group on the Internet at www.hdpug.org or contact Darryl Reiner at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone number +1 480-951-1963