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iNEMI Automotive Workshop 2015

 

 

 

iNEMI Automotive Workshop 2015

 

Electronic Material Challenges for Vehicles of the Future

Date: 5 October 2015
Time: 10:30 - 18:00
Location: Garden Hall, Messe Dresden
 
 

 

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Meeting Background 
Electronics penetration into the automotive segment continues to increase. Enhanced comfort, communication and safety features, as well as demand for more efficient vehicles and reduced emissions have driven many developments at device, component and module levels. 

 

This opportunity does not come without its challenges; automotive environments demand more in terms of thermal cycling, shock and vibration capabilities. In addition, there is a longer term reliability expectation of 10-20 years. iNEMI is hosting this workshop, in cooperation with SEMI and SMTA, to focus on the electronic materials needs for future automotive applications.

Meeting Objectives
The objectives for the workshop are to:
• Assess industry input on the trends and drivers in automotive electronics.
• Provide a forum to discuss key technology challenges facing the automotive supply chain

  in terms of materials.
• Identify and prioritize opportunities that would benefit from industry collaboration.
• Form action groups to define and execute the required industrial collaborative programs.
 
Who Should Attend
Technology leaders and senior executives whose responsibilities include:
• Advanced technology development
• Product strategy and development
• Sourcing and supply chain management
• Product qualification and regulatory certification

Benefits of Participation
This iNEMI workshop will focus on the challenges of the electronics materials needs for automotive applications. Participation will enable your organization to identify the key challenges and needs and help prioritize this agenda for the automotive electronics industry.  Those who participate in the follow-on collaborative programs will enjoy a competitive advantage as new approaches and methodologies are developed and deployed to drive industry best practices.  Collaboration along the supply chain can reduce risk and accelerate technology development and adoption for the industry.

 

AGENDA

 Monday, 5 October 2015

 

 

 10:30

Registration & coffee

   
 11:00

Introduction & Welcome

Grace O’Malley, VP Global

 

 

Session 1: Automotive Electronics: Perspectives on the Next Decade 
   
 11:10 Speaker TBA
   
 11:35 Dr. Stan Rak, Continental
   
Session 2: Automotive Material Suppliers
   
 12:00 Steve Brown, Alpha
   
 12:25 Joerg Trodler, Heraeus
   
 12:50 Karthik Vijay, Indium
   
 13:15 Lunch
   
Session 3: PCB Substrates
   
 14:15 TBA from AT&S
   
 14:40 IPC 6012 Automotive Addendum, Jan Pederson, Elmatica / IPC
   
Session 4: Technology & Research Perspective
   
 15:05 Dr. Andreas Middendorf, Fraunhofer IZM
   
 15:30 PANEL SESSION
   
 16:00 Coffee Break
   
 16:15 Session 5: Breakout Discussion Groups
   
 17:15 Session 6: Group Reports
   
 18:00 End
   
 18:15 Networking Time
   
 20:00 End Networking
   
   

Price* Information and Registration

 
  Before 03. September Onsite
Members (iNEMI-SEMI & SMTA) 300.- 350.-
Non-Members 350.- 400.-

* all Price information in EUR, VAT not included

 

 

 

Contact

iNEMI- International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative

Steve Payne
European Manager of iNEMI Operations
Email: steve.payne@inemi.org
Tel: + 44 (0) 1245 443 193

 

 

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