Webinar: Good things come in packages: Packaging and Assembly
Thursday, November 26, 2015
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. MST
The nanoFAB invites you to attend a webinar hosted by CMC Microsystems, the third in the 2015 series for FACT Services (Fabrication, Assembly, Characterization, Test), which focuses on service capabilities for packaging and assembly of advanced micro-nano systems. Process engineers will present the network’s service capabilities for back-end processes and packaging with examples of wirebonding and specialty coating, saw dicing, plasma dicing, and 3D packaging. Learn how to tap into our expertise for your R&D needs.
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FACT Services delivers results for academic and commercial clients using expertise and toolsets in a network of service-ready university nanofabrication labs across Canada. FACT Services will create a dedicated project to meet custom fabrication needs, including engineering consultation, process development, characterization, and early-stage production.
Marie-Josée Gour, Manager of External Services at Institut interdisciplinaire d’innovation technologique (3IT) Nano lab, Université de Sherbrooke.
Edward Xu, Technical Manager of the Pratt Microfabrication Facility at the Toronto Nanofabrication Centre (TNFC) at University of Toronto.
Aaron Hryciw, Fabrication Group Manager at the University of Alberta’s nanoFAB.
Alireza Mesgar, Research Associate with the Microfabrication Laboratory (LMF) of the Thin Films Group (GCM) at Polytechnique Montréal.
(moderator) Andrew Fung, Client Technology Advisor, Microsystems and Nanotechnology at CMC Microsystems in Kingston.
Learn more about FACT Services.