Electronics continue to evolve on the leading edge of technology development. As such, engineers that develop or use electronic systems technologies must be able to synthesize interdisciplinary knowledge from many diverse sources: electrical, mechanical, thermal, materials, manufacturing, and business. In addition, they must be able to effectively communicate (verbally and in writing), as well as be adept at working on teams.
Rapid advances in electronic products and systems require special efforts to educate the technical workforce. These special efforts include the use of systematic just-in-time transfer of state-of-the-art knowledge derived from the latest research results.
To meet these challenges, the Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering is presenting web-based seminars on issues related to reliability of electronic products and systems. Webinars are held once a month (except March and October). Engineers may register for a single web seminar or a series of 10 webinars. Engineers may also register for continuing education credit. CALCE Consortium Members may attend at no charge.
Non Consortium members may register for webinars.
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Next Seminar: TBA
For questions, contact Dr. Michael Osterman.