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.
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 following speakers will contribute to the seminar and will join the discussions during 9 and 10 May. At the end of day one there is a networking dinner. The exact timeline of the programme will be announced at the end of January 2019.
Willem van Driel (Signify)
Clemens Lasance (emeritus Philips Research)
René Raaijmakers (High Tech Institute)
Ronald Schop (Holland Innovative)
Guoqi Zhang (Delft University of Technology)