Building on the successful events over the past several years, SMTA Europe will host the Electronics in Harsh Environments Conference on 21-23 April 2020 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The conference will focus on the challenges and best practices for building reliable electronic devices that will perform to design standards when used in harsh environments.
You are invited to share your research at the conference on any of the topics below:
Building reliable high density assemblies
Ruggedization of electronics in automotive applications
Predicting component life in harsh environments
Impact of harsh environments on reliability
High temperature soldering
Monitoring and tracking production hardware
Obsolescence and life cycle management
Product assembly challenges
Material selection and advancement test methods
Adhesive and coating development
Abstracts & Course Outlines Due: December 9, 2019
Submission Guidelines for Abstracts
Abstracts are solicited to describe original, unpublished, and non-commercial work.
The abstract should be at least 300 words and must clearly state purpose, results and conclusions. Technical conference agenda presentations will be limited to 30–40 minutes, including five minutes for questions.
Technical Extended Abstracts and Presentations
Acceptance and presentation of your work is with the understanding that an extended abstract for the Symposium Proceedings and a PPT presentation are required. Final extended abstracts (3-4 pages, including tables, graphs, images) are due February 2020. Extended abstracts and presentations must be original, unpublished, and non-commercial in nature.
A registration fee is associated with the conference and all speakers and session chairs are required to register. Speakers and chairs are eligible for a reduced price and SMTA members save even more!