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Failure Analysis of Electronics
Short Course
2164 Martin Hall
DeWalt Seminar Room
College Park, Maryland
Tuesday, November 19 Friday November 22, 2019

Instructors:
Dr. Michael Azarian (lead instructor), Dr. Michael Osterman, and Dr. Robert Utter

CALCE is offering a four-day course on failure analysis of electronics at the University of Maryland, College Park campus. With a combination of classroom instruction, case studies, demonstrations, and hands-on laboratory training, this course covers topics ranging from failure mechanisms in electronics to specimen preparation, physics of failure, reliability, root cause analysis methodology, and materials analysis techniques. This is your opportunity to learn all about the latest failure analysis methods and unique failure mechanisms in electronics.

For credit card payments, please go to Registration Page. Complete the requested information and select the appropriate payment item on the secure web page.

For check payment, the registration form can be downloaded by visiting the following website: https://web.calce.umd.edu/facourse/facourse2019reg.pdf
Please complete and mail with check payable to "The University of Maryland" to address provided.

If you have questions, please contact Dr. Michael Osterman


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