ZESTRON Academy
ZESTRON Academy
ZESTRON Academy

Reliability Testing and Protection

The surface and material characterization in electronics production can be essential for the correct functioning of assemblies, coatings and thus the end product. A meaningful analysis method to assess material or system properties is electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). In the training you will not only get an overview of the use of impedance spectroscopy and EIS in electronics production, but you will also receive valuable insights into specific fields of application and experience with EIS based on examples.

You will learn

  • Industry standards: How does EIS currently appear?
  • Introduction into impedance spectroscopy
  • Specific applications of EIS:
    - Moulding
    - Coating for corrosion protection
    - Process development
    - Humidity absorption
  • Other analysis methods such as REM/EDX and FTIR
  • Outlook and development of the method

Your benefit

  • You will receive extensive and practical knowledge of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS)
  • You will get valuable insights in specific use cases of the method
  • You will get an overview of further methods for material testing
  • You have the opportunity for intensive exchange and networking with the experts at a joint evening event

 

Please note: The presentations’ language is English. There will be no translation.

Agenda

Have a look at the agenda.

Speakers

Dr. Helmut Schweigart
Head of Technology Development
ZESTRON Europe

Emma Hudson
Chief Technology Officer
Gen3 Systems

Dr. Michael Schneider
Group Leader Electrochemistry
Fraunhofer IKTS

Dr. Joerg Vogelsang
Head Corporate Analytics & Testing
Sika Technology AG

Dr. Theresia Richter
Mounting and Connection Technology Substrate & Control Unit
Robert Bosch GmbH

Rajan Ambat
Professor in Corrosion and Surface Engine
Technical University of Denmark DTU

Freddy Gilbert
Technology Analyst
ZESTRON Europe

Graham Naisbitt
Managing Director
Gen3 Systems

At a glance

Date

27. - 28.04.2021

Time

day 1: 13.30 - 17.00        

day 2: 09.00 - 15.15

LocationIngolstadt
Fee€ 850,- (see details below)

Contact

GfKORR - Gesellschaft für Korrosionsschutz e. V.
+49 69 7564-360 / -436
E-Mail

Cooperation with European Federation of Corrosion and Gesellschaft für Korrosionsschutz e.V.

Fee

€ 850,- for Non-Members
€ 800,- for EFC-Members

Includes: refreshments, lunch for one day, city tour, one dinner, documents, confirmation of participation.

Plan your visit

Here you will find all the information you need for directions, accommodation, Ingolstadt and our premises.