EIPC Winter Conference 2007 - Salzburg, Austria
Nov 01, 2006
The European Institute of Printed Circuits, the only WECC member representing the interests of the printed circuit board manufacturing and supply industry in Europe, has announced its Winter Conference for 2007.
This is to be held in the city of Salzburg on Thursday February 8th and Friday February 9th 2007 at the Renaissance Salzburg Hotel.
The comprehensive portfolio of presentations will cover a colourful palette of topics, covering technology, management, the environment, market trends and demands, and the chance to learn from people who have experience with all these topics in various ways. A full programme will be released before the end of the year, however, early booking is strongly recommended.
Management topics to be included in the programme include market developments and forecasting, technology developments and trends, progress in additive technology, and new PCB requirements and technologies for automotive and telecom applications.
Technology sessions will cover laminate, drilling, prelaminating cleaning, imaging, plating and etching, and the environment.
Salzburg was founded as a city in 696AD and the city today was created in the 17th and 18th centuries by the Prince-Archbishops Wolf Dietrich, Markus Sittikus and Paris Lodron; One hundred churches, castles and palaces bear witness to their endeavours and to the powerful influence they exerted. In 1756 a certain composer by the name of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, and in 1816 the city became a part of the great Habsburg Empire.
Delegates will also be aware that Salzburg lies very close to some excellent skiing resorts, and will doubtless come suitably prepared. Salzburg is happily served by a number of low-cost airlines; Ryanair from Stansted, Nottingham and Liverpool; British Airways from Gatwick; GB Airways from Manchester, and Thomson from Coventry, Bournemouth, and Doncaster-Sheffield next year. SkyEurope, HLX and German Wings can fly people in from most European capitals as well as the more expensive scheduled carriers.
For full details please contact Mrs Kirsten Smit-Westenberg at the EIPC Offices at firstname.lastname@example.org