Industry Experts at the SMTA Additive Electronics Conference


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Why should you attend the SMTA Additive Electronics Conference: PCB Scale to IC Scale? To build your expertise with these expert speakers: 

  • Wilfried Bair, VP engineering, NextFlex
  • Nathan Khosla, senior research scientist, Lockheed Martin
  • Beth Paquette, flight systems design, NASA-GSFC
  • Brian Hess, chemical/process engineer, Calumet Electronics
  • Rahul Raut, director, strategy/tech. acq., MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions
  • Bawa Singh, exec. VP, tech and corp. dev., MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions
  • Steve Vetter, electronics engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane
  • Mike Vinson, president, Averatek
  • Will Wallace, general manager, SAT Plating

Don’t miss out; start your research. Attend the SMTA Additive Electronics Conference on October 24, 2019, to launch your expertise in additive electronics.

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