27 APRILE - ADDITIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR MICROELECTRONICS
Additive Manufacturing Seminar
Additive Manufacturing, defined as a process of joining materials to make 3D structures and objects, is experiencing a significant growth and is moving from the R&D and prototyping phase to manufacturing. However, it encompasses numerous different technologies and approaches that offer distinct processes regarding the fabrication of microelectronics devices. To all this is added an impressive evolution due to the continuous innovations of machinery and materials.
For this reason, the aim of the seminar is to take stock of the situation by helping to understand and compare some of the current technological options and to evaluate their potential for production purposes.
The technologies illustrated in the presentations will highlight the point of view of advanced Research Centers and the application experiences and road maps of some equipment makers and users.
This seminar is therefore an opportunity not to be missed to keep up with the progress of technological innovation that will not fail to surprise us in the immediate future.
We look forward to meeting you online on the IMAPS European Platform on April 27th at 2 p.m. !
Luigi Calligarich Imaps President and Roberto Tiziani STM
It’s already here – additive & adaptive manufacturing in advanced packaging
Christine Kallmayer and Karl-Friedrich Becker
Fraunhofer-Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM
Direct, selective and additive copper formation on plastic compounds and its use cases in electronics packaging
Florian Roick, LPKF
Inkjet printing in manufacturing
Wouter Brok, Suss Microtec
Aerosol printing performance for electronics packaging including ceramic substrates
David Keicher, IDS
CerAMfacturing of high performance ceramics for applications as substrates and packaging
Uwe Scheithauer, Fraunhofer IKTS Dresden
Additive manufacturing for microelectronic devices
Stefania Minnella, HP Inc
Additive technologies for microelectronis: reliability implications
Enrico Galbiati, Gestlabs