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2020 Seminar Schedule

Wednesday 10:00 AM - Mission Towers - Integra Room
LIMITATIONS OF PRINTED ELECTRONICS USED IN MEMBRANE INTERFACES.
Discuss proper design standards when developing membrane interfaces utilizing printed electronics. Limitations on printed components Vs. Solid State components.
Wednesday 10:00 AM - Mission Towers - Room D
HOW TO HAVE A SECURE SUPPLY CHAIN
Wednesday 10:00 AM - SkyBox - CMTC Room
CYBERSECURITY COMPLIANCE 2020
SMM compliance in the defense space. Specifically the DFARS 7012 cybersecurity clause and some of the challenges that SMMs face and how CMTC Cyber is helping to address those.
Wednesday 10:00 AM - SkyBox - ThomasNet Room
BRANDING - INCREASES SALES - FIND OUT HOW
Branding for Manufacturers is critical to increasing sales - It’s time to do a little corporate soul-searching - find out how to differentiate your product/service offerings - make more money!
Wednesday 11:00 AM - Mission Towers - Arrow Room B
THE VALUE OF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
In today’s complex and high-risk sourcing environment, strategic partnerships with component and inventory management experts are crucial. Suntsu will explain the different types of inventory management programs available to customers and how to leverage them to reduce raw cost, improve cash flow, and lower operating expense.
Wednesday 11:00 AM - Mission Towers - Integra Room
UNDERSTANDING DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR LED LIGHTING USINGS COLOR MATCHING DIODES
When designing short field LED lighting it's important to understand the color temperature and identify the right diode for the application. This seminar will dive into the basic understanding of proper Bin matching and heat displacement materials used in LED applications.
Wednesday 11:00 AM - Mission Towers - Room D
PCBA RISK MITIGATION THROUGH SOLDER PASTE AND FLUX BEST PRACTICES
This presentation focuses on solder paste flux, liquid flux and wire solder fluxes and how their usage and the ingredients can affect PCBAs. If no clean fluxes are partially cleaned then the flux ingredients can pose a risk similar to un-washed high activity water soluble fluxes. Rework of solder joints increases the intermetallic layer thickness which can lead to mechanical fractures. Voiding in solder joints can lead to failures due to over-heating and mechanical fractures. Recommendations to mitigate risk will be given in the form of best practices for use of solder pastes and fluxes.
Wednesday 11:00 AM - SkyBox - CMTC Room
ERP AND BEYOND
“How to select an ERP System (or any business system), reduce risks, reduce costs and increase your probability of success. ERP Systems are well-known as difficult and expensive to implement and do not provide promised benefits in 70% of cases. CMTC works on scores of ERP System implementations yearly and will share our knowledge of the best practices for success in California”
Wednesday 11:00 AM - SkyBox - ThomasNet Room
DESIGNING METAL PARTS FOR MANUFACTURABILITY
An overview of various metal manufacturing processes and the types of parts best suited for each manufacturing discipline. Areas covered four slide, progressive die, punch press, turret punch, laser, springs and the tooling associated with each process.
Wednesday 12 Noon - Mission Towers - Arrow Room A
ELECTRONIC PACKAGING: THE NEXT 20 YEARS
The future of electronic packaging is bright for package engineer as many new applications depend on advanced packaging solutions rather than Moore’s Law for improved performance and cost. Current mechanical, thermal, material, and electrical issues will multiply as solutions are required for heterogeneous integration, high reliability, low power, low loss, good thermal and electrical performance, and optimized cost and footprint. Advances in Fan-Out Wafer and Panel Level Packaging are adding value to the mobile, automotive, and IoT industries, but new package architectures and designs are needed to address 5G, Autonomous Driving, Artificial Intelligence, and Virtual/Augmented Reality. There are many packaging challenges ahead and significant advancements will be required in package innovation over the next 20 years.
Wednesday 12 Noon - Mission Towers - Integra Room
HOW TO GET A BETTER REGULATION AND ACCURATE VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY FOR TESTING
Traditionally, most testing labs used variable transformer or Variac to change the voltage (ex: 100~520V) and motor generator set to change the frequency )ex: 50Hz, 60Hz, 400Hz). Nowadays, many testing applications require higher precision control and need to regulate the voltage for their testing unit. Traditional way are too noisy, not easy to use in indoor, harmonic noise, not easy to adjust and efficiency is low. The programmable AC power supplies are also too expensive for this type of applications. We are going to present a better way of static type power source with high cost performance value. Also, will go into explaining the difference between designs, advantages/disadvantages and suitable applications for both ways.
Wednesday 12 Noon - Mission Towers - Room D
CLEANROOMS IN MANUFACTURING
What is a clean room. Which manufacturing processes and testing are typically done in clean rooms. Clean room classifications. Types of clean rooms. Why clean room usage is increasing.
Wednesday 12 Noon - SkyBox - CMTC Room
ISO - ITAR
Wednesday 12 Noon - SkyBox - Hot in Tech (HiT) Room
RFID FOR YOUR FACTORY'S INVENTORY, ASSETS, AND WIP
Exciting seminar that provides a high level overview of RFID technology in manufacturing environments. Get actionable information about how this technology can be used to keep perfect inventory, manage assets, and track your factory's Work in Process.
Wednesday 1:00 PM - Mission Towers - Arrow Room A
ADVANCES IN DIAMOND COMPOSITE THERMAL MANAGEMENT MATERIALS
Diamond Composite material advantages overview, and why it is an excellent match for high-power applications, such as MMW and Photonics, also for GaN / SiC / GaAs devices.
Wednesday 1:00 PM - Mission Towers - Arrow Room B
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Wednesday 1:00 PM - Mission Towers - Integra Room
THERMAL MANAGEMENT DESIGN FOR HIGH SPEED PROCESSING AND LED LIGHTING COMPONENTS.
Thermal design options for high speed processors or high power LED components. What are the best methods to reduce temperature in a low air flow or sealed enclosure environment.
Wednesday 1:00 PM - Mission Towers - Room D
INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONAL TESTING USING SPRING-LOADED PROBES AND TEST FIXTURES. TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURES AND NOVELTY DESIGNS
We're covering the basics of how to successfully use spring-loaded and pneumatic test probes inside a mechanical, pneumatic or vacuum test fixture to perform a functional test. Test probes may look a simple pin or needle to some but are one of the most underestimated components in functional testing. If chosen properly, even tough-to-access test points such as those with OSP coating can be hit reliably. If the wrong parts however are chosen, several retests maybe necessary which can be costly. We would like to show how to avoid that. The presentation is made for every skill level and you do not have to be a production-line engineer to attend but just need to have a general interest in that topic. Asides from proper design for testability, we also show a variety of both legacy and novelty probe and fixture designs - all in form of an interesting hands-on demo.
Wednesday 1:00 PM - SkyBox - CMTC Room
LEAN ENERGY 4.0
Juan Pablo Martin's knowledge of the Lean Six Sigma methodology and Energy Efficiency and Renewables, allowed him to develop the LEAN ENERGY 4.0 methodology together with Luis Socconini, founder Lean Six Sigma Institute. This methodology combines the structure of Lean Six Sigma projects with technical aspects of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. This allows companies to improve their operational processes and at the same time significantly reduce their energy consumption.
Wednesday 2:00 PM - Mission Towers - Arrow Room B
THE VALUE OF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
In today’s complex and high-risk sourcing environment, strategic partnerships with component and inventory management experts are crucial. Suntsu will explain the different types of inventory management programs available to customers and how to leverage them to reduce raw cost, improve cash flow, and lower operating expense.
Wednesday 2:00 PM - Mission Towers - Integra Room
FREQUENCY CONTROL NEW PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS FOR 5G, AUTOMOTIVE, INDUSTRIAL, IOT AND MEDICAL APPLICATION
Robert will cover the latest technology for timing and synchronization of processor / networks.
Wednesday 2:00 PM - Mission Towers - Room D
PCB 102 - MANUFACTURING HDI (BLIND, BURIED & MICRO VIAS) - PART 1
Wednesday 3:00 PM - Mission Towers - Arrow Room B
RF & HIGH-SPEED MATERIALS IN THE 5G ERA
With this presentation, attendees will learn how in the “5G-World” materials matter. From rigid laminates, copper styles and properties, flex materials, sintered paste “OrMet” for any-layer vias. All these play a part of the design, manufacturing and performance of our products. Attendees will receive a good understanding of basic EM Theory with a strong emphasis placed on material selection and Signal Integrity application. This will cover aspects affecting interconnections and their respective EM fields. Emphasis is on the role that materials play to make your circuit cost-effective, perform well and be a reliable high-yield product. We will touch on all types of circuit technologies in many market segments.
Wednesday 3:00 PM - Mission Towers - Integra Room
WHEN DOES MECHANICAL RELAY DESIGN APPLY?
This Seminar will discuss in depth the benefits of mechanical relay technology and how it applies to different industries, Automotive and commercial applications. As well overview of board level switches and applications.
Wednesday 3:00 PM - Mission Towers - Room D
PCB 102 - MANUFACTURING HDI (BLIND, BURIED & MICRO VIAS) - CONTINUED
Wednesday 3:00 PM - SkyBox - Thomas Net Room
CYBER INSURANCE - HR REGULATIONS - GET IT RIGHT BEFORE YOU GET IT WRONG!
Cyber Insurance - HR Regulations - What you need to know today Get it right before you get it wrong!
Wednesday 4:00 PM - Mission Towers - Integra Room
SILICON CARBIDE MODULE TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS
Newly available high power SiC MOSFET modules achieve efficiency and performance levels that are unobtainable with even the best state of the art silicon IGBTs. While the cost of these modules is still prohibitive for many applications, reductions in system cost and energy savings are driving increasing demand. This presentation will show the latest SiC module offering and the explore the exciting benefits provided by this technology.
Thursday 10:00 AM - Mission Towers - Room C
THE FUTURE OF CONNECTED HEALTH
Thursday 11:00 AM - Mission Towers - Room C
CONTENT MARKETING: STEP-BY-STEP
Thursday 1:00 PM - Mission Towers - Thomas Net Room
GROW BETTER WITH VIDEO MARKETING
The customers are changing. They want more from the companies they work with. It's time to start growing better and deliver what your customers are asking for.
Wednesday 11:00 AM - Mission Towers - Integra Room
UNDERSTANDING DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR LED LIGHTING USINGS COLOR MATCHING DIODES
When designing short field LED lighting it's important to understand the color temperature and identify the right diode for the application. This seminar will dive into the basic understanding of proper Bin matching and heat displacement materials used in LED applications.
Wednesday 1:00 PM - Mission Towers - Arrow Room A
ADVANCES IN DIAMOND COMPOSITE THERMAL MANAGEMENT MATERIALS
Diamond Composite material advantages overview, and why it is an excellent match for high-power applications, such as MMW and Photonics, also for GaN / SiC / GaAs devices.
Wednesday 10:00 AM - Mission Towers - Room D
HOW TO HAVE A SECURE SUPPLY CHAIN
Wednesday 12 Noon - Mission Towers - Room D
CLEANROOMS IN MANUFACTURING
What is a clean room. Which manufacturing processes and testing are typically done in clean rooms. Clean room classifications. Types of clean rooms. Why clean room usage is increasing.
Wednesday 1:00 PM - SkyBox - CMTC Room
LEAN ENERGY 4.0
Juan Pablo Martin's knowledge of the Lean Six Sigma methodology and Energy Efficiency and Renewables, allowed him to develop the LEAN ENERGY 4.0 methodology together with Luis Socconini, founder Lean Six Sigma Institute. This methodology combines the structure of Lean Six Sigma projects with technical aspects of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. This allows companies to improve their operational processes and at the same time significantly reduce their energy consumption.
Wednesday 2:00 PM - Mission Towers - Room D
PCB 102 - MANUFACTURING HDI (BLIND, BURIED & MICRO VIAS) - PART 1
Wednesday 3:00 PM - Mission Towers - Room D
PCB 102 - MANUFACTURING HDI (BLIND, BURIED & MICRO VIAS) - CONTINUED
Wednesday 10:00 AM - Mission Towers - Integra Room
LIMITATIONS OF PRINTED ELECTRONICS USED IN MEMBRANE INTERFACES.
Discuss proper design standards when developing membrane interfaces utilizing printed electronics. Limitations on printed components Vs. Solid State components.
Wednesday 12 Noon - SkyBox - Hot in Tech (HiT) Room
RFID FOR YOUR FACTORY'S INVENTORY, ASSETS, AND WIP
Exciting seminar that provides a high level overview of RFID technology in manufacturing environments. Get actionable information about how this technology can be used to keep perfect inventory, manage assets, and track your factory's Work in Process.
Thursday 10:00 AM - Mission Towers - Room C
THE FUTURE OF CONNECTED HEALTH
Wednesday 4:00 PM - Mission Towers - Integra Room
SILICON CARBIDE MODULE TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS
Newly available high power SiC MOSFET modules achieve efficiency and performance levels that are unobtainable with even the best state of the art silicon IGBTs. While the cost of these modules is still prohibitive for many applications, reductions in system cost and energy savings are driving increasing demand. This presentation will show the latest SiC module offering and the explore the exciting benefits provided by this technology.
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