Webinars and Webtorials
Listen to outstanding speakers without leaving your desk. No travel budget? No problem. SMTA Webinars and Webtorials are a great solution for getting the latest information on electronics assembly and advanced packaging at the best price.
Upcoming Webinars and Webtorials
|Jan 8 & 15, 2015||
Webtorial: Thermal Events: Root Cause Analysis & Prevention for Electronics
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$75USD for non-members.*
$300USD for non-members.*
*The price of an individual membership is included in non-member registration.
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Thermal Events: Root Cause Analysis & Prevention for Electronics Two (2) 90 minute Sessions
Thursday, January 8 & 15, 2015
1:00pm to 2:30pm Eastern
Presented by: Cheryl Tulkoff, DfR Solutions
What You Will Learn:
Thermal events in electronics can be described as events where electronics, and potentially the environment surrounding them, are damaged in a manner that results in unplanned heat, smoke, flames, or damage while in operation. Why do thermal events like this occur? They result from a number of factors related to improper choices and variation in:
This webtorial is design to walk you through the process of performing analysis on thermal event failures in the field. Analysis techniques and case studies will be covered along with some prevention and protections strategies.
The course is designed for technicians and engineers working in design, manufacturing, quality, and field failure analysis.
o Need for Root Cause Analysis
o Thermal Events
o Case Studies
o Techniques & Tools for Thermal Events
Cheryl Tulkoff has over 22 years of experience in electronics manufacturing with an emphasis on failure analysis and reliability. She has worked throughout the electronics manufacturing life cycle beginning with semiconductor fabrication processes, into printed circuit board fabrication and assembly, through functional and reliability testing, and culminating in the analysis and evaluation of field returns. She has also managed no clean and RoHS-compliant conversion programs and has developed and managed comprehensive reliability programs.
Cheryl earned her Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from Georgia Tech. She is a published author, experienced public speaker and trainer and a Senior member of both ASQ and IEEE. She had held leadership positions in the IEEE Central Texas Chapter, IEEE WIE (Women In Engineering), and IEEE ASTR (Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability) sections. She chaired the annual IEEE ASTR workshop for four years and is also an ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer.
Non-members, if you register at the same time for more than one event, you will be charged the non-member rate just once. Price adjustment is done upon receipt of your order information.
All cancellation requests must be received prior to the start time of the event.
The information presented during the SMTA events described above is offered for information purposes only and is not intended as a recommendation. Use of any portion of the content of this presentation is done at the discretion of you and your company. The presenter and the association are not responsible for any results obtained by implementing, employing, or in any way utilizing or interpreting the information presented.
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