IPC Extends Deadline for Submission of Technical Paper Abstracts


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IPC has extended the deadline for the submission of abstracts for technical papers to be presented at the IPC APEX EXPO 2016 technical conference.

Authors who would like to present at the conference next year should send in a 300-word abstract summarizing technical work and covering case histories, research and discoveries. It must be received by September 14, 2015. Authors of papers selected for the conference will each receive a detailed speaker manual to assist them with numerous items, including the formatting of their papers and presentation slides.

The selection process is competitive and sufficient detail needs to be included to allow the Technical Program Committee to properly assess content of the proposed paper. If abstract is selected, the paper will be due December 11, 2015 and presentation slides will be due on December 18, 2015. The paper should be non-commercial and describe significant results from experiments, emphasize new techniques, discuss trends of interest and contain technical and/or appropriate test results.

Submissions are sought on design, materials, assembly, processes and equipment in areas from adhesives and advanced technology to underfills and via plugging.

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