IPC Midwest Conference & Exhibition Spotlights New Resources & Solutions

The IPC Midwest Conference & Exhibition will be held August 22–23, 2012, at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel in Schaumburg, Illinois.  A valuable forum for education, business development and networking, IPC Midwest will highlight the new technologies, materials and processes in electronics manufacturing to help engineers solve their challenges and work smarter.

IPC Midwest’s two-day exhibition will feature electronics manufacturing’s top suppliers to companies in advanced microelectronics, aerospace and military, automotive, medical and industrial equipment and devices, telecommunications and other industries. Admission to the exhibit floor is free to pre-registrants.

Some of the world’s leading experts will share the latest research on manufacturing defect-free, quality electronic products in the two-day technical conference. The paper sessions will address reliability challenges for bottom termination components; advances in reliability testing; new assembly coatings and alternatives; innovative assembly processes for improving yields, service life and reliability; and performance characteristics of assembly process soldering materials.

IPC Midwest will also host valuable standards development meetings. More than 75 volunteer groups will meet to discuss and develop industry standards in areas from assembly and joining, base materials and cleaning and coating to embedded devices, high speed/high frequency interconnections and testing.

In addition, this year’s special events include a free opening session on Nanotechnology and Electronics Assembly, a reception on Wednesday to meet IPC’s new President & CEO John W. Mitchell, and the second annual IPC Midwest Hand Soldering Competition.

“IPC Midwest is a unique opportunity to attend a comprehensive industry event in a convenient regional location,” said Alicia Balonek, IPC director of trade show operations. “All under one roof, participants can discover the latest advances in electronics manufacturing as well as shop and compare equipment and processes for their unique needs, saving them valuable time and travel expenses."

In addition to offering free exhibits-only registration, IPC Midwest has special registration packages that provide comprehensive educational opportunities. To view all registration options, visit www.IPCMidwestShow.org/register. Individuals who register by July 20 can save 20 percent on registration fees.

For more information, visit: www.IPCMidwestShow.org

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