Quality and Reliability Network: “Electronic Systems Reliability Approach”
6th June 2018 @ 8:45 am - 4:00 pm
Thank you to our Host:
Thank you to our Partners and Exhibitors
We are excited to introduce a wider scope of our Quality and Reliability network that will now include, not only chip level, but also the electronic system level concerns for reliability. The event will provide insight on how companies across various sectors and tiers are approaching this challenge and how this will help deal with increasingly complex system technology qualification.
Talks will include a scene setting introduction from Martin Shaw, Reliability Solutions, followed by a focus on how standards are developing and input from multiple sector experiences, including manufacturing.
Martin Shaw from Reliability Solutions has 35 years’ experience in Quality and Reliability improvement, covering the full range from component through sub-system and up to final system level. He spent 15 years’ within IBM as specialist in Quality and Reliability with much of the time spent working with the extensive IBM Supply Chain across Asia. Since 1997 he has worked as independent consultant working with a wide range of electronic and electro mechanical manufacturing companies worldwide. More recently he has worked with a range of UK start-up companies and sees at first hand their needs and how they are challenged to fully understand how to develop and manage world class product quality and reliability.
09:30 Welcome & Introduction – Martin Shaw, Reliability Solutions
09:40 Welcome from APC – Dan Bunting, Advanced Propulsion Centre UK
09:55 Introduction to Electronic System Reliability – Martin Shaw, Reliability Solutions
11:15 Consumer Electronics – From Chip to System – Kees Revenberg, MASER Engineering
11:45 Introduction to the Centre for Power Electronics – Helena Cartwright, University of Nottingham
12:15 Summary of Morning Session – Plans for Breakout
13:45 Reliability Considerations for Compound Semiconductor Applications – Alastair McGibbon, CSA Catapult
14:15 Reliability of Automotive traction Semiconductors – Dr Layi Alatise, University of Warwick
15:35 Summary and Final Q&A – Martin Shaw, Reliability Solutions
16:00 Event Close
For more information on exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Rachel Palmer.