iNEMI Workshops to Review 2009 Roadmap PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 April 2008 05:17
HERNDON, VA – The International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative has scheduled a workshop in Leuven, Belgium, to review work on its 2009 roadmap.
 
The all-day workshop will be held June 18 at IMEC. This workshop is one of three regional meetings; other workshops are scheduled in North America (May 14) and Asia (July 28).
 
A review of drafts of select roadmap chapters will give participants the opportunity to discuss key product sectors and technology and infrastructure areas, and to provide input to the roadmap.
 
Chapters to be covered include medical product sector; portable/consumer product sector; environmentally conscious electronics; solid-state illumination and photovoltaics; organic and printed electronics; board assembly; final assembly; interconnect substrates: organic and ceramic, and packaging.
 
The workshop fee of $300 is waived for iNEMI members and workshop speakers. 
 
The registration deadline for the European workshop is June 12. 
 
For more information, visit
http://www.inemi.org/cms/calendar/2009_RM_Euro08.html.
 
 

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