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4 Reasons to Join Us for the 2018 Design for Reliability Conference

Posted by DfR Solutions on Feb 28, 2018 12:21:00 PM


Not sure if you should attend the 2018 Design for Reliability Conference, March 19-21 in Baltimore?  Well, here are 4 great reasons not to miss it this year!

1.  Real-Life Examples of Reliability Physics

Technology is advancing at warp speed, and testing can no longer be separate from the design phase. The need to include rigorous Design for Reliability (DfR) methodologies from product inception throughout the manufacturing process is more critical than ever. Get an insider perspective and learn about real-world applications of physics of failure solving today's technology challenges.



The greatest advances in reliable technology often result from the collaboration of great minds. Meet electronics design experts in aerospace, automotive, battery, data storage, defense, semiconductor, hardware and other fields. Engage in discussion with speakers, including Keith Hodgson from Ford, Alexandre Barbosa dos Santos from Embraer, Russell Haeberle from Magna Electronics, Dave Powers from HP Enterprise, DfR Solutions' CEO Dr. Craig Hillman, DfR Solutions’ battery expert Dr. Vidyu Challa, and more. Build relationships that can serve as a resource to you in the future, and share your insights and expertise in return. There will be opportunities to discuss your specific challenges with senior members of DfR' staff during the Ask the Expert sessions.



Learn more about a hot topic impacting electronics design—Physics of Failure (PoF). This technique, used in the practice of Design for Reliability, leverages the knowledge and understanding of the processes and mechanisms that induce failure to predict reliability and improve product performance. Return to your team with information that can result in fewer “back to the drawing board” redesigns.


4. Three full days - choose the sessions that work for you

Day 1: Industry thought-leaders discuss how Physics of Failure applications are helping to solve technology challenges facing electronics design across various markets.

Day 2: Four, in-depth tutorials that focus on how to create a Physics of Failure based organization to improve reliability, product quality and customer satisfaction. Tutorial 4 is a thorough review of battery reliability and how to prevent failures and thermal events.

Day 2 and 3: Sherlock Users can register for up to 8 different technical modules that best meet their needs.

Come for 1, 2, or all 3 days!


  • Bonus Reason!




Join us Tuesday, March 20 at 6 p.m. after the Tutorial sessions at iFLY Baltimore for a great networking event! Come fly with us for a complimentary 2-5 minute session.

The Experience at iFLY:  When you come to iFLY get ready to be blown away – literally. It’s thrilling. It’s amazing. Experience the feeling of freefall as you float on a smooth cushion of air. There’s no parachute, no jumping, and nothing attaching you to planet Earth. It’s just you FLYING in the air.

We have a limited number of time slots, so reserve yours today!

For more information, visit https://www.dfrsolutions.com/2018-design-for-reliability-conference


Topics: Physics of Failure, 2018 Design for Reliability Conference, Reliability Physics