IPC APEX EXPO 2021: Call for Participation


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Join us at IPC APEX EXPO 2021 as a presenter or instructor and share your latest work with the electronics industry. The time to plan your participation is now!

IPC APEX EXPO is the electronics industry’s premier technical conference and exhibition, drawing an international audience to experience the latest advancements in design, materials, assembly, processes, inspection, and equipment. Areas of interest are diverse and ever-changing to keep up with the pace of innovation.

Presenting at the IPC APEX EXPO Technical Conference provides visibility for you and your organization. The technical conference proceedings reach an audience of thousands and are regarded as the best place to follow current technologies and best practices. Your material will be seen by key managers and executives from all segments of the worldwide electronics industry. To recognize exceptional achievement, an award will be presented for “Best Paper.”

IPC APEX EXPO professional development course instructors reach a wide swath of attendees focused on learning. This is a great way to pass on knowledge based on years of experience and leave a legacy.

Technical Conference

Provide an abstract of approximately 300 words that summarize technical work, covering case histories, research and discoveries. Authors of papers selected for the conference will each receive a detailed speaker manual to assist them with numerous items, including the formatting of their papers and presentation slides.

Conference Paper Timeline

Abstracts are due June 20, 2020.

Professional Development Courses

Course proposals are solicited from individuals interested in teaching half-day (three-hour) professional development courses on design, manufacturing processes, materials, supply chain and reliability. Travel expenses and honorariums are offered to professional development instructors.

Professional Development Timeline

Proposals are due June 8, 2020.

For more information, contact Brooke Sandy-Smith, IPC technical conference program manager, BrookSandy@ipc.org.

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