The dramatic increase in electronics content fueled by future products such as e-cars, Internet of Things, LEDs everywhere, medical implants, data centres, combined with a decreasing acceptance of failures, will have a serious impact on current reliability approaches.
It is clear by the number of component and system recalls, by many of the best companies in the world, that product reliability is not improving. To address this issue, Willem van Driel (Signify), Clemens Lasance (emeritus Philips Research), René Raaijmakers (High Tech Institute) and Ronald Schop (Holland Innovative) decided to organize this seminar in collaboration with prominent experts from industry and academia.
In two days, presentations about various aspects of reliability in system and product development will be presented and discussed. Due to its impact and scale, the subject is particularly suited for a multidisciplinary and inter-company approach. The goal is to stimulate open discussions that might culminate in partnerships, whether or not in a European context.
The purpose of the seminar is to provide a forum for recognized experts from a wide variety of academia and industry, from component to data centre, from hardware to software, from experimental to numerical analysis, to express their opinions and share their thoughts on various trends and on how to cope with the significant challenges imposed by future requirements. It is expected that at the end of the seminar the attendees will conclude that collaboration in this field is mandatory to keep pace with future technological developments.
The seminar delivers unique educational opportunities and networking and is perfectly suited for managers and technologists responsible for reliability and/or safety of components and systems. Additionally, thermal and mechanical designers and architects will benefit from the insights gained with respect to the accuracy that will be required for their experimental and numerical analyses.
9 & 10 May 2019
5617 BD Eindhoven
Willem van Driel, Signify
Clemens Lasance, emeritus Philips Research
René Raaijmakers, High Tech Institute
Ronald Schop, Holland Innovative