SMTA Additive Electronics TechXchange Goes Live on October 15

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There’s still time to register for the SMTA Additive Electronics TechXchange, scheduled for October 15, 2020. This first-ever virtual event is open to SMTA members and non-members alike. SMTA members attend this session for free, and it’s $150 for non-members.

The organizers of the SMTA Additive Electronics TechXchange are Tara Dunn, president of Omni PCB (and an I-Connect007 columnist), and Lenora Clark, director of autonomous driving and safety for ESI Automotive.

This year’s keynote speaker will be Jeff Doubrava, managing partner with Prismark Partners LLC. At Prismark, Jeff works with a wide range of companies in areas such as electronic materials, intellectual property assessment, acquisition strategy development, and alternative energy. He holds a BA in chemistry from the University of Rochester and an MBA from Babson College. Jeff also holds several U.S. patents for his development of enabling electronic materials.

To view the entire technical program, click here.

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