CoursesWe offer tailored courses and webinars in the areas of reliability, materials and adhesive interconnections
All our team members have experience in lecturing and we can offer courses in a wide range of areas
We offer courses from several areas of materials, electronics and reliability studies. We tailor the courses according to your specific needs and the courses can be organized at your premises. We always use lots of examples from real industrial and research projects and applications in our courses. Our course topics include:
The selection of materials, their use and reliability issues in electrical engineering
Reliability test design and actual testing, reliability data analysis and models, failure analysis
Electronics packaging and materials, interconnections, coatings, overmoulds and novel flexible structures
Some examples of our courses:
INTRODUCTION TO RELIABILITY ENGINEERING FROM PRACTICAL POINT OF VIEW - 2 DAY COURSE
This course approaches reliability engineering techniques from practical point of view at the same time giving theoretical background for reliability analysis. It covers the main stresses causing reliability problems, accelerated test methods and standards, root cause analysis and failure mechanisms, statistical analysis of data and reliability models.
INTRODUCTION TO MATERIAL SCIENCE FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS - 1 or 2 DAY COURSE
The course deals with principles of materials science and properties of the major material groups. The questions such as why materials behave as they do and how different material groups differ from each other are discussed. The materials typically used in electronics and electrical engineering applications as well as failure mechanisms and characterization techniques are also discussed.
POLYMERS FROM RELIABILITY POINT OF VIEW - 1/2 DAY COURSE
This course gives a concise overview of polymer materials and their behavior, especially considering the effect of polymer materials on the reliability of a product, accelerated reliability testing methods and reliability analysis.