IMAPS 2007 Offers International State-of-the-Art Technical Program

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IMAPS 2007 technical program.

IMAPS (International Microelectronics And Packaging Society) is presenting sessions with the most current international microelectronics and electronic packaging technology to be seen anywhere this year. IMAPS is well-known for the excellence of its technical presentations in its varied venues each year and the 2007 Technical Program Committee has done an exceptional job in structuring a program befitting 40 years of excellence.

Greg Caswell, General Chair, had this to say, "The 40th Anniversary Technical Program offers thirty sessions that encompass all aspects of electronic packaging. Of particular interest this year is the addition of two sessions that will be translated from Chinese in addition to the very powerful Japanese translated session that we have enjoyed for many years. The overall content of the program is extraordinary, and exemplifies the high caliber of technical data attendees have grown to expect from IMAPS."

About IMAPS:
The International Microelectronics And Packaging Society is the largest society dedicated to the advancement and growth of microelectronics and electronics packaging. Our Society offers 69 chapters around the globe, creating global networks of more than 4,000 members in the United States and an additional 4,000 members throughout Europe and Asia. Under its 4-tier technical model, IMAPS produces numerous publications, workshops, and international conferences and exhibitions that address everything in electronics between the chip and the system.


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