DfR Solutions Reliability Designed and Delivered

IMAPS 2017


Location: Raleigh, North Carolina

Join the DfR Solutions team at IMAPS 2017 in Raleigh, North Carolina.  This year, we are proud to announce that our very own Greg Caswell has been nominated for a Lifetime Achievement award by IMAPS!  Greg will be presenting and hosting sessions throughout the conference.  Be sure to sign up for his presentations or meet him at our booth #400.  To schedule a personal meeting with Greg while at the conference, contact him at [email protected].

Stop by booth number 400 to meet Greg and the team and get a personal demonstration of Sherlock Automated Design Analysis™ Software and its groundbreaking new Thermal Mechanical capabilities.

Our Presentation Schedule at IMAPS

On Monday, October 9, at 10:30 a.m. Greg Caswell will be sharing information related to designing for reliability, failure modes, physics of failure, thermal-mechanical stresses, and predicting integrated circuit (IC) wearout in his presentation titled, A Methodology for Understanding the Reliability of Electronic Packaging, which will take place during the Professional Development Course track.

Greg will also be reviewing 6 technical papers focused on different aspects of electronic reliability in a breakout session titled Advanced Materials & Processes with Tim Jensen from Indium Corporation on Thursday, October 12.  During this session Greg will present Surviving the Heat Wave: A Presentation of Thermally Induced Failures and Reliability Risks Created by Advancements in Electronic Technologies, and  address common thermally-induced reliability risks in today's electronics and how to effectively manage them to help ensure predicted product reliability.

Rita Mohanty, PhD will be chairing the session Novel Materials/Processes I on Tuesday, October 10th.  Rita will also present, Reliability; What’s Right For Your Business? on Thursday at 9am. 

Topics: Physics of Failure, PoF, DfR Solutions, electronics failure, IMAPS 2017, Electronics Packaging, Thermal Failure, Sherlock Automated Design Analysis