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IPC and EIPC are working together to bring educational workshops to Europe in 2014. During April, Dr. Martin Anselm, Universal Instruments Corporation, will present two half-day workshops in the UK and Germany on failure analysis and reliability testing. Dr. Anselm is a frequent lecturer at IPC events and has consistently been rated as one of IPC's best instructors. Sign up for one or both workshops.

Workshop 1: Failure Analysis: Lessons Learned

Workshop 2: Reliability Testing of Intermetallic Fragility on ENIG upon Addition of Limitless Cu

April 25, Enthone, Woking, United Kingdom
April 28, Bus Elektronik, Riesa, Germany
April 30, Isola GmbH, Düren, Germany

Who Should Attend These Workshops?
Those involved in printed board design, assembly and bare board fabrication. Special emphasis will be placed on the integration of material selection, bare board fabrication and assembly as related to enhancing long-term reliability of printed boards subjected to lead-free assembly.

Registration Fees
Attending one workshop, lunch not included:
€225 per person (IPC or EIPC members); €275 (nonmembers)

Attending both workshops, lunch included:
€350 per person (IPC or EIPC members); €425 (nonmembers)

Additional members from the same company will receive a 20 percent registration discount.

http://www.ipc.org/calendar/2014/ipc-eipc-workshop/Registration-form-Roadshow-Wokshop-April-2014.pdf






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