SMTA: Call for Papers for 2015 Events


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SMTA announces abstracts are now being accepted for several events taking place in 2015. All submissions must be non-commercial in nature and focus on technology research rather than a company product.

Submission of an abstract for an SMTA program is with the understanding that, if accepted, the author will provide a conference presentation and/or a technical paper for the proceedings. The following events are all currently soliciting abstracts:
 
Abstracts Deadline: January 4, 2015
 
 
Abstract Deadline: February 13, 2015
 
Abstract Deadline: March 6, 2015
 
Abstract Deadline: April 17, 2015
 
Abstract Deadline: June 19, 2015
 
Abstract Deadline: June 2015
 
On-line Presentations (Webinars & Webtorials)
Now scheduling for 2015 - Contact Patti
 
Journal of SMT
Now accepting for next quarter's publication - Contact Ryan
 
View details online. Please contact Patti Coles, or call 952-920-7682, with questions.

About SMTA
 
The SMTA membership is an international network of professionals who build skills, share practical experience and develop solutions in electronic assembly technologies, including microsystems, emerging technologies, and related business operations. For more information, visit www.smta.org.

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