IPC Day France: Aerospace ElectronicsSeptember 18, 2023 | IPC
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IPC Day France: Aerospace Electronics is an aerospace-focused networking event featuring key industry experts from NASA and Airbus and will take place on October 2, 2023 .
The event will provide participants with the opportunity to learn first-hand and exchange with leaders in the electronics industry. It is aimed at manufacturing, quality, or design engineers, specialists, and practitioners, to meet their peers in the region, enhance their knowledge, and learn about the latest industry trends.
- 09:30 – Registration and Welcome coffee
- 10:00 – Welcome: Philippe Léonard, IPC Europe director & Jonathan Albrieux, IFTEC, Master IPC Trainer (MIT) in France
- 10:30 – Keynote Speaker: "Role of Standards in Shaping the Future of Aerospace Technology” - Bhanu Sood, NASA Deputy Chief Technologist
- 12:00 – Networking lunch
- 13:30 – Keynote Speaker: “PCB procurement for IPC business”– Oscar Vázquez, Airbus Defence and Space (Airbus Crisa, Spain) PCB Specialist
- 15:30 – Conclusions
- 16:00 – Closing
Venue: Pullman Toulouse Centre Ramblas, 84 & 86 Allees Jean Jaures, 31000 Toulouse, France
Participation is free of charge (all costs are covered by IPC and IFTEC).
The event has limited seat availability.
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