EIPC to Hold 2015 Summer Conference in Berlin


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The European Institute of Printed Circuits (EIPC) will be holding its 2015 Summer Conference in Berlin, Germany. Scheduled for June 18-19, the event will include a visit to the Fraunhofer Institute.

The conference will have an iconic selection of speakers, including EIPC Chairman Alun Morgan, who will present a market outlook, followed by such luminaries as Dr. Ivan Ndip, Lars Böttcher and Dr. Olaf Wittler, all from Fraunhofer IZM; Walter Huck from IEC; Martyn Gaudion of Polar Instruments; and speakers from AT&S, Thales, Cimulec, Atotech, Taiyo, Camtek, First EIE, Du Pont and Cambridge Nanotherm, among many others.

The conference registration form can be downloaded here, while the the detailed conference program can be found here.

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