Advertisement

News Wire

ECIA Sets CARTS Europe 2011 Dates

ATLANTA, Ga. — The Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA) has set the dates for CARTS Europe 2011: October 10-13 in Nice, France.

CARTS Europe is the only technology conference for the passive electronic components industry. Leading industry experts present the latest information on advanced technologies and applications for:

  • Harsh environments and reliability
  • Alternative energy and power
  • Nano materials and polymers
  • Integrated and embedded processes
  • Active/passive electronic components integration. CARTS Symposium papers are presented on a wide range of technical subjects, including the impact of lead-free processes on reliability, new applications, active and passive interfacing, new technology, design and construction testing and reliability, and materials and processes. This conference may be of particular interest to technical personnel that interact with these technologies and applications on a daily basis.

    CARTS provides an opportunity for attendees to reunite with colleagues and make new acquaintances in an informal setting that is perfect for networking and information exchange. In addition, exhibitors at CARTS have the opportunity to meet with engineers, presenters, moderators and company executives during the scheduled coffee breaks and the evening reception. Nowhere else will you get so much information in one place at one time than at a CARTS conference. Join us in Nice, France October 10-13, 2011 at the Holiday Inn Resort Nice-Port St Laurent. More information is available at http://www.eciaonline.org/meetings/CARTSEurope/2011/index.html.

    CARTS Europe 2011 is sponsored by the Electronics Components Industry Association (ECIA), bringing the resources of ECA and NEDA together to provide the most comprehensive passive electronic components technology conference yet.

  • 0 comments on “ECIA Sets CARTS Europe 2011 Dates

    Leave a Reply

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.