Electronic systems have revolutionized our lives. We use
them in nearly all of our daily activities, for communication,
computing, navigation, entertainment, payment processing,
and more. They are the workhorses in many medical,
transportation, aerospace, and military systems, performing
functions such as automated control, data analysis, and
pattern recognition.February 10, 2014 Sponsored by Master Bond, Inc.,
Learn about the different functions epoxies perform in the manufacture and assembly of today’s electronic systems. From nanotechnology to enormous space systems, these versatile compounds meet a wide variety of conditions, lending to the reliability and longevity of the devices we use in our everyday lives.January 06, 2014 Sponsored by Master Bond, Inc.,
April 30 at 2:00 p.m. ET. Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), such as actuators, sensors and resonators, rely on the interactions between multiple physical effects. In this webinar, we will show how a multiphysics simulation approach allows you to combine electrical, thermal and structural effects accurately in order to design reliable and high-performance MEMS devices.
Dec 18 at 1 p.m. EST. Success in electronics manufacturing increasingly relies on the materials used in production and packaging. In this webcast, experts will focus on changing material requirements, the evolving material supply chain, recent advances in process and packaging materials and substrates, and the role new materials such as carbon nanotubes will play in the future.