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Pecht to Give Keynote Presentation at CARTS

ATLANTA — The Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA) announces that Michael Pecht, Ph.D., will deliver the keynote presentation at the upcoming CARTS International 2012 conference March 26-29 at Bally’s Resort in Las Vegas.

Pecht will speak Tuesday morning, March 27th. He will shed new light on electronics products counterfeiting and explore solutions to reduce counterfeit electronics from entering U.S. markets and critical products and systems.

Dr. Pecht is the founder and director of the Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE), the world's largest academic research center focused on electronics reliability. Pecht is a globally recognized expert in strategic planning, design, test, IP, and risk assessment of electronic products and systems.

CARTS International 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

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. Plan to attend this unique conference at the Bally’s Resort in Las Vegas, NV. More information is available at the ECIA website.

CARTS International 2012 is the most comprehensive passive electronic components technology conference. It is sponsored by the Electronics Components Industry Association (ECIA).

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