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Chapter Meeting - Experiencing Mixed Reality Using the Microsoft HoloLens
The SMTA Puget Sound Chapter cordially invites you to attend:
Experiencing Mixed Reality Using the Microsoft HoloLensDr. Sridhar Canumalla
February 13th, 2018
11am – 1pm
Fluke Hall, Room 119A, University of Washington
4000 Mason Rd
Seattle, WA 98195
Free to all attendees and lunch is provided!
REGISTER TODAY AT https://www.smta.org/chapters/rsvp.cfm?BEE_ID=4362
- 11:00am - Check in and Networking
- 11:30am - Lunch Begins
- 11:45am - Chapter Announcements
- 12:00pm - Feature Presentation
- 1:00pm – Adjourn
Contact SMTA Puget Sound at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Experiencing Mixed Reality Using the Microsoft HoloLens
Microsoft’s HoloLens is an untethered holographic computer that creates high-definition, 3D holograms using advanced nano-optics. These holograms become part of the real world through an array of sensors, which continuously sample the user’s environment. HoloLens combines all the processing and components in a form factor that enables interaction with the real and the virtual worlds - in a natural way. The ability to project 3D images into a user’s field of view has many exciting applications in the industrial space with the ability to provide real-time information or images fixed in-space to a real-world object.
- Challenges in development of this technology
- Practical Applications
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Manufacturing engineers, process engineers, design engineers, quality engineers, managers, suppliers
ABOUT Dr. Sridhar Canumalla
Dr. Sridhar Canumalla is a Director Thermal-Mechanical Engineering in the Hololens team and leads a team responsible for the thermal mechanical architecture and design. He was also responsible for various aspects of thermal, structural and acoustic engineering for Kinect, Xbox and accessories over the past ten years including reliability engineering and failure analysis.
Prior to joining Microsoft, he worked at Texas Instruments in flip chip and wire bond package development projects for consumer electronics applications. He worked at Nokia R&D developing several mobile phone products. Sridhar has also worked on advancing quantitative acoustic microscopy techniques while at Sonoscan Inc. He received his Ph.D. in Engineering Science and Mechanics from The Pennsylvania State University for his work on the fatigue and fracture behavior of metal matrix composites.
Sridhar has over 40 publications in journals and conferences in the areas of reliability, robust design, solders, acoustic microscopy, acoustic emission, materials characterization, fatigue and fracture, and processing of composite materials. He holds several patents on laser thermal management and is the co-author of 3 book chapters and a reference book on Portable Electronics. He has volunteered in the IEEE CPMT Society in the Applied Reliability Committee in various roles, and closer to home, he volunteers as park ranger at Mt. Rainier National Park.
End of Summer BBQ
WE REGRET THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED. Please watch this space for info on our next event.
End of Summer BBQ
Sat Sep 9th 2017
10am – 3pm
Thornton A Sullivan Park
Park Camp Patterson Picnic Shelter
11405 W Silver Lake Rd
Everett, WA 98208
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY!
Chapter Meeting & PresentationThe SMTA Puget Sound Chapter cordially invites you to attend:
Cleanliness and Components
Lessons Learned & Lessons Lost
Tue Oct 3rd 2017, 3pm
700 SW 39th St
Renton, WA 98057
Tel: 425 301 6153
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY!
Problems associated with cleanliness are not a new phenomenon; the presenter’s first personal experience was a qualification test failure that occurred 40 years ago. The recent rise in the use of no-clean fluxes and solder pastes accompanied by some sadly persistent myths associated with their chemistry and reflow processing, have created unexpected field failures.
Manufacturers of high reliability and harsh environment products have used COTS (commercial off the shelf) electronic components for many years. Recent changes in the nature of the COTS supply chain can catch manufacturers off guard and result in unpleasant surprises. These changes call for a more in depth and nuanced understanding of the factors driving the design, marketing, production, and distribution of these components.
Join us for an informative afternoon presentation on these topics. There will be interesting case studies and time for questions.
HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT:
Learn how to reduce field failures by focusing on cleanliness.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Design & process engineers
ABOUT DOCK BROWN:
Dock Brown has extensive experience in DFX practices which he acquired through his work history at Physio-Control, Medtronic and now at DfR Solutions. At DfR Solutions he guides clients throughout the product lifecycle from requirements development to design to production.
Contact Christoph Wimmer at email@example.com with questions.
Newsletter 3Q 2017
Nanofab short course- registration open!Dr. Michael Khbais, Associate Director, Washington Nanofabrication Facility (WNF), National Nanofabrication Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI), University of Washington and one of the "founding fathers" of the SMTA Puget Sound Chapter is offering this specialized course to the public. More information and registration can be found at http://nanofab2017.ee.washington.edu/
Puget Sound Expo 2017
If you would like to attend the expo, Click here to RSVP!
SMTA CertificationSMT Processes- August 15-17, 2017 (Portland, OR)
Now available in Oregon!
· August 15- Course (8:30-5pm)
· August 16- ½ day of course + exam
· August 17- All day exam (8:30-5pm)
Instructor: Jim Hall, ITM Consulting
For more information, http://www.smta.org/certification/
4Q 2016 Newsletter
SMTA International award!
Congratulations to everyone in the chapter!
COTY stats 2016Congratulations! We've made significant progress!
3Q 2016 Newsletter
CTP 2016 Pixhttps://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1095916193802896.1073741829.952250078169509&type=3
2Q 2016 Newsletter
2016 SMTA Puget Sound (Bellevue) Symposium & Supplier Day
Thursday, May 12
Show hours: 10 AM until 4 PM
At The Red Lion Hotel in Bellevue
11211 Main St.
Technical Program begins at 1:30-3:00 PM
Topic: Cleaning & Conformal Coatings; Exploring Complexities, Compatibilities & Consequences!
With representatives from all facets of surface mount assembly including materials, equipment, processing, assembly, applications and failure analysis this panel enlightens both users and suppliers on the challenges and solutions to cost effective reliability and performance for high end electronic products. As in the past, we anticipate extensive interaction between the panel and audience to elucidate the subtleties of the results from various experiences ranging from no clean to both water soluble and solvent cleaned assemblies and their performance both electrically and from a reliability perspective. Join us for a scintillating discussion!!
1. Eric Camden, Foresite (failure analysis)
2. Jigar Patel, Zestron (cleaning)
3. Tony Lentz, FCT Assembly (cleaning & conformal coating compatibility)
4. Paul Handler, REHM (conformal coating equipment/processes)
5. Dock Brown, DfR Solutions (broad based user experiences)
6. Hans Bok, SCS (conformal coating materials)
We have over 30 local suppliers exhibiting, a great discussion panel, door prizes, and an opportunity to meet some old friends and add a few new ones to your network!
Register to Attend!
We hope to see you there!
|A.C.E. Tech |
Alpha Recycle Division
Apex Tool Group
Cascade Engineering Services
Harmon Company NW
|JBC Tools |
Kirby & Demarest
NW Test Solutions
Panasonic Factory Solutions
University of Washington Nanofab
1Q 2016 NewsletterCHANGE OF VENUE!
The Feb 16th meeting will be held at:
12590 Willows Rd NE
Kirkland, WA 98034
Spokane Meeting Was A Success!
Puget Sound EXPO 2015Thank you to all of the speakers and suppliers for making this show a success! We look forward to seeing you all next year.
|Date / Time||Event||Location||Contact/Email|
February 13, 2018
|Chapter Meeting - Experiencing Mixed Reality Using the Microsoft HoloLens||Fluke Hall, Room 119A, University of Washington||
SMTA Puget Sound
May 3, 2018
||Puget Sound Expo & Tech Forum||Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center||
Christina Paz (Crane Aerospace & Electronics)
Phone : 425-882-3100 x.14276
Vice President :
Christoph Wimmer (Microscan)
Phone : 425-301-6153
Dock Brown CRE (DfR Solutions)
Phone : 206-892-8597
Jerome Larez (Prototron)
Phone : 425.499.2631
VP of Membership (Appointed) :
Allison Budvarson (Out of the Box Manufacturing)
Phone : 253-214-7448
Board Liaison :
William Capen (DRS Technologies)
Phone Contact : 814-534-8451