Electronex – The Electronics Design and Assembly Expo and SMCBA Conference – features a world-class line up of international and local experts from 10 – 11 May at the MCEC.
A series of keynotes and workshops will be complemented by free seminars on the latest hot topics on the Expo floor.
The keynote “Securing the Electronics Future: Technological Sovereignty Through Innovation & Collaboration” will be presented by Cheryl Tulkoff, an experienced executive director, teacher and author with over 30 years of experience in the electronics industry.
Tulkoff will also present “The ABCs of DfX in Electronics Manufacturing”.
Phil Zarrow from ITM Consulting who is well known for the popular podcast Board Talk will conduct the workshop “SMT Assembly Troubleshooting and Process Optimisation”.
Internationally renowned Jasbir Bath from Bath Consultancy has over 25 years of experience in research, design, development and implementation in the areas of soldering, surface mount and packaging technologies. He will present two workshops “SMT Process Setup” and “SMT Process Development”.
Other presenters include Mike Creeden, technical director design & education of Insulectro with an overview of “Microelectronics Circuits and Micron Interconnect”, Matt Wild of Future Electronics will speak on “Supply Chain Strategies”, Chris Turner, senior test engineer ResMed will conduct a “Deep-Dive into Design for Test” and Anthony Tremellen SMCBA will discuss “SMT Component Identification”.
Audra McCarthy CEO Defence Teaming Centre Inc will also present “The role of the Australian electronics sector in establishing a sovereign defence industry capability”.
The full conference programme can be viewed at www.smcba.asn.au/conference.
Over 100 local and international companies will be represented at this year’s Expo which will be held next door to Australian Manufacturing Week.
Electronex welcomes designers, engineers, managers, and other decision makers who are involved in designing or manufacturing products that utilise electronics and is the only specialised event for the electronics industry in Australia.
Trade and Industry visitors can register for free at www.electronex.com.au.