CALCE Reliability Science Symposium

March 18, 2020 all-day
College Park

On March 18, 2020, the Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering will conduct a Reliability Science Symposium, presenting previous and on-going research activities. This one-day meeting is open to the public. Presentations will include:

– Solder Durability Modeling (Acceleration Factors, Life Models)
– Vibration and Temperature Cycling Durability of SAC Solders: Effect of Sequential vs Simultaneous Loading
– Durability of Intermetallic Compound (IMC) and Copper Traces under Vibration and Thermal Cycling Loads
– Impact of Ripple Current on Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor Reliability
– Evaluation and Selection of Lubricants for Sliding Electrical Contacts
– Comparison of Electrical Contacts Plated with Thick Gold vs. Thin Gold over Nickel-Palladium
– Approach for Assessing the Risk of Contact and Airborne Substances on Electronic Products
– Measurements and Predictions of Residual Stresses Caused by Transfer Molding and Compression Molding Processes
– Reliability of Fabrics Bonded with Halogen Free (HAF) Materials for Electronic Packaging
– Accelerated Testing and Modeling of Li-ion Batteries

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