Fjelstad to Keynote Meptec Thermal Management Symposium PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 January 2008 12:03
SAN JOSE – Joseph Fjelstad, president of Verdant Electronics, will keynote Meptec’s 4th Annual Thermal Management symposium. 
This one-day technical event will be held Feb. 28 in San Jose.
Fjelstad will trace the history of thermal management across the various stages of electronics and at different hierarchical levels, reviewing some of the innovative ways thermal management engineers have responded to the challenges over time in his presentation, Beating the Heat – Dealing with the Thermal Challenge: Past, Present and Future. The presentation will conclude with a look at some of the new and prospective materials and methods that the thermal challenge might be addressed in the future.
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Last Updated on Thursday, 17 January 2008 12:04


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