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  • InterPACK 2020 Panel – Recordings available

    The panel discussion sessions at InterPACK 2020, held virtually October 27 – 29, are available for viewing: https://event.asme.org/InterPACK-2020/Program-2/Panels. These seven panels addressed the following topics:

    • Aerospace Electronics
    • Printing Technologies for Additive Electronics
    • HIR Challenges and Opportunities
    • Women in Engineering
    • Mobile, IOT and Computer Device Applications: Therma and Mechanical Challenges
    • Advances in Wearable/Wireless Flexible Electronics: Thermal and Mechanical Challenges and Opportunities
    • Potential of Additive Manufacturing for Power Electronics

    Mark your calendar for InterPACK 2021, occurring virtually October 26 – 28. The Call for Abstracts is still open but don’t wait! The deadline to submit has been extended to March 29. Learn more at https://event.asme.org/InterPACK

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  • Allan Kraus Thermal Management Medal: Call for Nominations

    The ALLAN KRAUS THERMAL MANAGEMENT MEDAL Selection Committee is requesting nominations for the 2021 Award.  Complete nominations (details below) must be submitted to the Committee Chair, Dr. Ravi Mahajan by email @ ravi.v.mahajan@intel.com no later than midnight (EST) February 15, 2021.  Incomplete nominations will not be considered for evaluation.

     This prestigious award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated outstanding achievements in thermal management of electronic systems and her or his commitment to the field of thermal science and engineering.  The nominee for the award should have significant contributions in thermal management of electronic systems demonstrated by successful product development, seminal papers, filed patents and/or leadership of research and development programs.  Details of the award and past winners may be found at https://www.asme.org/about-asme/honors-awards/achievement-awards/allan-kraus-thermal-management-medal.

     Form of Award

    Certificate, bronze medal, $1000 honorarium and travel expenses in accordance with ASME Travel Policy to attend the award presentation.

     Selection Committee

    The Allan Kraus Thermal Management Medal is administered by a selection committee appointed by the Committee on Honors upon the recommendation of the EPPD.

     Review Process

    Nominations for the award will be solicited by announcements at numerous ASME related forums and in mailing lists.  Nominations will be accepted from any individual who has submitted a completed nomination package.  The Allan Kraus Thermal Management Medal Committee will review each nomination and then make a recommendation to the Committee on Honors.  All questions about the process and deadlines should be directed to Dr. Ravi Mahajan (ravi.v.mahajan@intel.com)

     Nomination Details

    Only candidates whose names and complete nominations have been submitted will be considered for the award.  The nomination package must include a curriculum vita of the nominee, a statement of qualification, and 3-5 letters of recommendation supporting the nomination.  These must be submitted as separate documents and not combined in a single file. The nominee for the award should have:  Significant contributions in thermal management of electronic systems demonstrated by successful product development, seminal papers, filed patents and/or leadership of research and development programs.

     Nomination Deadline

    February 15, 2021 to Award Committee

     2021 Selection Committee

    Ravi Mahajan, Intel Fellow, Intel Corporation, ravi.v.mahajan@intel.com

    Dr. Peter de Bock, Program Director, Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy, U.S. Department of Energy, peter.debock@hq.doe.gov                 

    Amy S. Fleischer, Dean, College of Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, afleisch@calpoly.edu 

    Marta Rencz, Faculty member and former Head of Department at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, rencz.marta@vik.bme.hu

     Yogendra Joshi, John M. McKenney and Warren D. Shiver Distinguished Chair in Building Mechanical Systems and Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, GW Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, yogendra.joshi@me.gatech.edu

     Cristina Amon, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Alumni Distinguished Professor in Bioengineering, Dean Emerita, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, cristina.amon@utoronto.ca

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  • "A Tribute to Prof. Avram Bar-Cohen" - Journal of Electronic Packaging Special Issue - Call for Papers

     This Special Issue of the ASME Journal of Electronic Packaging is dedicated to Prof. Avram Bar-Cohen, who passed away on October 10, 2020. Avi helped to pioneer the wider field of thermal management electronics packaging and mentored over 70 graduate students at four institutions of higher education, all while serving as a prestigious member of academia, industry, and government. Papers in all disciplines of electronics thermal management are solicited here in honor of Prof. Bar-Cohen.

    For more information, download the attached flyer. 

    Important links:

    ASME Journal of Electronic Packaging

    ASME's Guide for Journal Authors

    Submit Manuscript

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  • Call-for-Papers to Authors of InterPACK2020

    Please click on the attachment below for more details regarding the Call-for-Papers to Authors of InterPACK2020. 

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  • Notice of Avi Bar-Cohen Passing and Tribute

    The Electronic and Photonic Packaging Division (EPPD) community deeply mourns the loss of our dear colleague and inspiring leader, Professor Avram Bar-Cohen, who passed away on October 10, 2020.  

    Professor Bar-Cohen had a most distinguished service career, creating the Mechanical Engineering program at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, and serving as Director of the Center for the Development of Technological Leadership at the University of Minnesota, Chair and Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maryland, Manager of the Microsystem Technology Office at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and Principal Engineering Fellow at Raytheon.  He truly impacted a vast section of our community in his role as the DARPA Technology Manager and other positions. His publications, lectures, short courses, and research, as well as his US government and professional service in technical societies, have been vital for the creation of the scientific foundation for the thermal management of electronic components and systems.

    Avi Bar-Cohen was the founder and major driving force of the two most prestigious conferences in our fields of thermal management of electronic cooling and packaging of electronics, IEEE ITherm founded in 1988 and ASME InterPACK founded in 1995.  He was our tireless advocate for industry-academia collaborations with a rare ability to articulate scientific and technical relevance appreciated by both academicians and practitioners.  He was always a maverick, pushing new areas so the thermal community will be involved from the onset of the design process. More recently, he spearheaded the thermal role in co-design and heterogeneous integration.

    He was awarded the highest honors in his field, including the top awards from ASME (Edwin Church Medal, Worcester Reed Warner Medal, EPPD InterPACK Achievement Award and EPPD Thermal Management Award – now ASME Allan Kraus Medal), from IEEE (Electronics Packaging Field Award, CPMT Outstanding Sustained Technical Contributions Award, and ITherm Achievement Award), from Semi-Therm (Thermi Award), and from the International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer (Luikov Medal). He also received top recognition from ASME (Honorary Member) and IEEE (Life Fellow).

    Dr. Bar-Cohen served his technical societies with great distinction, including on numerous ASME committees, on the Board of Governors of the IEEE CPMT Society, as its President, and as past President of the Assembly of International Heat Transfer Conferences, and he served as the Editor-in-Chief of IEEE CPMT Transactions for 10 years.

    His passion for and excellence in education, research and practice, his eminent achievements, his devoted service, his personal kindness, his extraordinary technical vision and distinguished leadership, were an inspiration to all of us in the thermal management and packaging communities. Avi was kind with always a wonderful smile and a mentor to so many. His boundless generosity extended to the new generation of leaders by providing guidance on aspects such as conference organization and supporting nominations for individuals in a variety of Society-level roles and recognitions.

     

    Avi is survived by his beloved wife of over 50 years, Anat, his children Barak, Raanan and Talia, and his adored grandchildren, Gabriel, Gefen, Luna, Maya, Nina, Caleb and Isaac.

    In honor of Dr. Bar-Cohen, we will celebrate his life at a ceremony at next week’s InterPACK conference from 12:50-1:50 on Oct. 27th.   Efforts are also underway to rename the InterPACK Achievement Award as the Avram Bar-Cohen Memorial Award and to elevate this award to ASME society-level status.  Our community will be always grateful for his legacy and will cherish his memory forever.

    - ASME EPPD Executive Committee

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  • 2020 InterPACK Achievement Award Winner Announced

    Prof. Cristina H. Amon with University of Toronto has been announced as winner of InterPACK2020 Achievement Award.  Prof. Amon on will accept her award and give a presentation on October 28th, 2020. during the International Technical Conference and Exhibition on Packaging and Integration of Electronic and Photonic Microsystems InterPACK), being held virtually October 27-29,, 2020. Registration for the conference is open. Visit https://event.asme.org/InterPACK for more information.

     

    InterPACK Achievement Award is given to a single individual once every year at the ASME InterPACK Conference. Candidates should have demonstrated excellence and international recognition in the area of research and development related to electronic packaging, as well as service to the technical community at large. The scientific and technical leadership is demonstrated by the publications, patents awarded, technologies and products developed, and students advised. Candidates must also have a demonstrated leadership role in InterPACK over the years, such as organizational leadership, track leadership, session chairing, paper presentations and reviews, and so forth.

    Previous winners include:

     

    • 1999 Alan Kraus, Naval Postgraduate School
    • 2001 Prof. Wataru Nakayama, ThermTech International & Tokyo Institute of Technology
    • 2003 Richard Chu, IBM Corporation
    • 2005 Prof. Avram Bar-Cohen, University of Maryland
    • 2007 Prof. Dereje Agonafer, University of Texas at Arlington
    • 2009 Prof. Yogendra Joshi, Georgia Institute of Technology
    • 2013 Prof. Y.C. Lee, University of Colorado
    • 2015 Prof. Bahgat G. Sammakia, Binghamton University
    • 2017 Prof. Ken Goodson, Stanford University
    • 2018 Ravi Mahajan, Intel Corporation
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  • InterPACK Achievement Award

    InterPack Achievement Award is given to a single individual once every year at the ASME InterPACK Conference.  Candidates should have demonstrated excellence and international recognition in the area of research and development related to electronic packaging, as well as service to the  technical community at large. The scientific and technical leadership is demonstrated by the refereed publications (quality and number), patents awarded, products developed, students advised, etc. candidates must also have a demonstrated leadership role in InterPACK over the years, such as  organizational leadership, track leadership, session chairing, paper presentations and reviews, and so forth. As a general guideline, scientific and technical contributions count for two-thirds of the evaluation score and service counts to one-third of the score.

    Past Winners Include:

    Year InterPACK Achievement Award Affiliation
    1999 Alan Kraus (Dedicated Conference) Naval Postgraduate School
    2001 Wataru Nakayama ThermTech International & Tokyo Institute of Technology
    2003 Richard Chu IBM Corporation
    2005 Not Awarded  
    2007 Avram Bar-Cohen University of Maryland
    2009 William Chen and Dereje Agonafer ASE and University of Texas at Arlington
    2011 Yogendra Joshi Georgia Institute of Technology
    2013 Y.C. Lee University of Colorado
    2015 Bahgat G. Sammakia Binghamton University
    2017 Ken Goodson Stanford University
    2018 Ravi Mahajan Intel
    2019 Abhijit Dasgupta University of Maryland
    2020    
    Submissions for the 2020 award are being accepted through September 14. For more information: https://www.asme.org/about-asme/honors-awards/unit-awards/interpack-achievement-award or contact EPPD Executive Committee Chair Amy Spencer Fleischer (afleisch@calpoly.edu).
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  • Call for Nominations: InterPACK Achievement Award for 2020

    Dear InterPACK Community,

    Nominations are solicited for the prestigious InterPACK Achievement Award, to be awarded at the InterPACK 2020 Conference to be held from Oct. 27th through Oct. 29th, 2020 in a virtual format.

    The InterPack Achievement Award is given to a single individual at each ASME InterPACK Conference. Candidates should have demonstrated excellence and achieved international recognition in the area of research and development related to electronic packaging, as well as demonstrated a high level of service to the technical community at large. Scientific and technical leadership can be demonstrated by multiple means including publications, patents awarded, technologies and products developed, and students advised. Candidates must also have a demonstrated leadership role in InterPACK over the years, such as organizational leadership, track leadership, session chairing, paper presentations and reviews.

    Previous winners include: 1999 Alan Kraus, Naval Postgraduate School 2001 Prof. Wataru Nakayama, ThermTech International & Tokyo Institute of Technology 2003 Richard Chu, IBM Corporation 2005 Prof. Avram Bar-Cohen, University of Maryland 2007 Prof. Dereje Agonafer, University of Texas at Arlington 2009 Prof. Yogendra Joshi, Georgia Institute of Technology 2013 Prof. Y.C. Lee, University of Colorado 2015 Prof. Bahgat G. Sammakia, Binghamton University 2017 Prof. Ken Goodson, Stanford University 2018 Dr. Ravi Mahajan, Intel Corporation 2019 Prof. Abhijit Dasgupta, University of Maryland

    The nomination package should include:

    1. Cover letter from nominator(s)

    2. One-page justification of the candidacy

    3. Two-page summary resume including the candidate's career highlights as well as complete contact information.

    4. Two reference letters (including the one from the nominator)

    Please send the nomination package to the following members of the Award Committee no later than Sep. 14th, 2020, 5:00 PM US Pacific Time.

    Prof. Y.C. Lee, (y.c.lee@Colorado.EDU)

    Prof. Alfonso Ortega, (alfonso.ortega@villanova.edu)

    Dr. Rama Ramakrishna, (koneru_rama@yahoo.com)

    Prof. Yogendra Joshi, (yogendra.joshi@me.gatech.edu)

    Incomplete nominations or those submitted after the deadline will not be considered. We would like to thank you on behalf of the InterPACK Organizing Committee for participating in the nominations process.

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  • Call for Nominations: Member-at-Large, EPPD Executive Committee

    Deadline: July 31, 2020

    The Executive Committee of the Electronic and Photonic Packaging Division (EPPD) is seeking nominations for a new member-at-large committee member.

    According to the EPPD Rules of Operation, "Each year, an open nomination shall be conducted within the Division to elect the new Member-at-Large of the Executive Committee. The Memberat-Large elect shall commit to serve for a five-year term with annual rotation through the following seniority ladder: Member-at-Large to Secretary to Treasurer to Vice Chair to Chair." Main duties of the member-at-large during the first year include participating in and contributing to the EPPD Executive Committee decision making process, updating and maintaining (working with ASME staff) the EPPD webpage, and carrying out special tasks assigned by the Executive Committee from time to time. In keeping with the rotation between industry and academia, the 2020 memberat-large should be from academia or a National Lab. Every member of EPPD in good standing (primary or secondary) is eligible to submit nominations (including self-nominations) to the Chair of the Nominating Committee. The nominee should already be (or be willing to become) an EPPD member.

    Please send nominations to the Nominating Committee Chair, Mehdi Asheghi (masheghi@stanford.edu) by July 31, 2020. The nomination should include the following material:

    1. Nomination letter (Maximum 2 pages)
    2. Copy of the nominee's curriculum vitae highlighting specific involvement in ASME activities in general and EPPD in particular. These activities may include conference/journal publications, patents, session or topic organization, membership on journal editorial board(s), journal and/or conference papers reviewed (Maximum 2 pages)

    The nomination letter should clearly state:

    1. the nominee's qualifications
    2. experience in engaging the electronic and photonic packaging communities,
    3. interest in working with the EPPD, and record of sustained professional services.

    It is assumed that the nominator has already received concurrence from the nominee that she/he is willing to serve if elected. Thank you 


    Mehdi Asheghi

    Adjunct Professor

    Stanford University

    Mechanical Engineering Department

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  • Reminder: 2020 ASME EPPD Awards: Call for Nominations

    A reminder that the nominations are due by July 19, 2020 (SUNDAY)

    2020 ASME EPPD Awards: Call for Nominations Deadline: Sunday, July 19, 2020

    ASME’s Electronic and Photonic Packaging Division (EPPD) is soliciting nominations for the following annual division awards: 1. EPPD Excellence in Mechanics Award 2. EPPD Women Engineer Award 3. EPPD Early Career Engineer Award 4. EPPD Student Member of the Year Award

    Complete nominations should be submitted by email to both SB Park (sbpark@binghamton.edu) and Koneru Ramakrishna (rama@ieee.org), Chair & CoChair of the 2020 EPPD Awards Committee, and are due by Sunday, July 19, 2020. Please include the words “Nomination for EPPD Award: category” in the subject line of your email. The following items are required in each nomination packet: 1. Nomination letter summarizing Nominee’s qualifications and accomplishments 2. Nominee’s CV/Bio (50 pages or less). 3. Up to 3 letters of support. 4. Nominee’s ASME membership status and primary/secondary membership in EPPD. Adding ASME membership numbers helps, but, not required. 5. State nominee’s current ASME membership status, ASME member number, and the primary Division the nominee is associated with.

    The nominations will be evaluated by the EPPD Awards Committee, which consists of past senior members of EPPD and some of the past winners. The awards will be announced in prior to 2020 ASME InterPACK and will be presented during the Conference.

    Details of the Awards follow. 1. Excellence in Mechanics Award a. The award is to recognize outstanding contributions to the applications of engineering mechanics in the field of electronic and/or photonic packaging, including stress analysis, reliability study, experimental methods and computational modeling. b. Emphasis will be placed on seminal work and product innovation and product development demonstrated through technical publications and patents.

    2. EPPD Women Engineer Award a. The award is to recognize a woman engineer with significant technical achievements in the area of electronic and photonic packaging demonstrated through papers, patents, or product development. b. Contributions to EPPD activities (conferences, committees, Journal of Electronic Packaging, K16 etc.) are also important considerations. c. Nominee must be a primary or a secondary member of EPPD for at least last 1 year prior to nomination, or has demonstrated active involvement and outstanding contributions to InterPACK conference for the past 3 consecutive years.

    3. EPPD Early Career Engineer Award a. The award is to recognize a young engineer with significant technical achievements in the career in the area of electronic and photonic packaging demonstrated through papers, patents, or product development. b. Contributions to EPPD activities (conferences, committees, Journal of Electronic Packaging, K16 etc.) are very important. c. Nominee must be a primary or a secondary member of EPPD for at least last 1 year prior to nomination, or has demonstrated active involvement and outstanding contributions to InterPACK conference for the past 3 consecutive years. d. Nominee must be within 10 years since the last degree received before December 31, 2020 (the year of the award).

    4. EPPD Student Member of the Year Award a. Nominee must be enrolled as a full time undergraduate or graduate student conducting research in the area of electronic and photonic packaging. b. The award is to recognize a current student, who has excelled in research and has shown demonstrated strong contributions to the field of electronic and photonic packaging. c. Must demonstrate active participation in conferences such as EPPD’s InterPACK, IMECE, ITherm and such.

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  • 2020 ASME EPPD Awards: Call for Nominations

    2020 ASME EPPD Awards: Call for Nominations

    Deadline:   Sunday, July 19, 2020

     

    ASME’s Electronic and Photonic Packaging Division (EPPD) is soliciting nominations for the following annual division awards:

    1. EPPD Excellence in Mechanics Award
    2. EPPD Women Engineer Award
    3. EPPD Early Career Engineer Award
    4. EPPD Student Member of the Year Award

     

    Complete nominations should be submitted by email to both SB Park (sbpark@binghamton.edu) and Koneru Ramakrishna (rama@ieee.org), Chair & Co-Chair of the 2020 EPPD Awards Committee, and are due by Sunday, July 19, 2020. Please include the words “Nomination for EPPD Award: category” in the subject line of your email. The following items are required in each nomination packet:

    1. Nomination letter summarizing Nominee’s qualifications and accomplishments
    2. Nominee’s CV/Bio (50 pages or less).
    3. Up to 3 letters of support.
    4. Nominee’s ASME membership status and primary/secondary membership in EPPD. Adding ASME membership numbers helps, but, not required.
    5. State nominee’s current ASME membership status, ASME member number, and the primary Division the nominee is associated with.

     

    The nominations will be evaluated by the EPPD Awards Committee, which consists of past senior members of EPPD and some of the past winners. The awards will be announced in prior to 2020 ASME InterPACK and will be presented during the Conference.

     

    Details of the Awards follow.

    1. 1.    Excellence in Mechanics Award
      1. The award is to recognize outstanding contributions to the applications of engineering mechanics in the field of electronic and/or photonic packaging, including stress analysis, reliability study, experimental methods and computational modeling.
      2. Emphasis will be placed on seminal work and product innovation and product development demonstrated through technical publications and patents.

     

    1. 2.    EPPD Women Engineer Award
      1. The award is to recognize a woman engineer with significant technical achievements in the area of electronic and photonic packaging demonstrated through papers, patents, or product development.
      2. Contributions to EPPD activities (conferences, committees, Journal of Electronic Packaging, K16 etc.) are also important considerations.
      3. Nominee must be a primary or a secondary member of EPPD for at least last 1 year prior to nomination, or has demonstrated active involvement and outstanding contributions to InterPACK conference for the past 3 consecutive years.

     

    1. 3.    EPPD Early Career Engineer Award
      1. The award is to recognize a young engineer with significant technical achievements in the career in the area of electronic and photonic packaging demonstrated through papers, patents, or product development.
      2. Contributions to EPPD activities (conferences, committees, Journal of Electronic Packaging, K16 etc.) are very important.
      3. Nominee must be a primary or a secondary member of EPPD for at least last 1 year prior to nomination, or has demonstrated active involvement and outstanding contributions to InterPACK conference for the past 3 consecutive years.
      4. Nominee must be within 10 years since the last degree received before December 31, 2020 (the year of the award).

     

    1. 4.    EPPD Student Member of the Year Award
      1. Nominee must be enrolled as a full time undergraduate or graduate student conducting research in the area of electronic and photonic packaging.
      2. The award is to recognize a current student, who has excelled in research and has shown demonstrated strong contributions to the field of electronic and photonic packaging.
      3. Must demonstrate active participation in conferences such as EPPD’s InterPACK, IMECE, ITherm and such.

     

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  • 2020 Call for Nominations: Member-at-Large, EPPD Executive Committee

    Call for Nominations: Member-at-Large, EPPD Executive Committee 

    Deadline: July 25, 2020

    The Executive Committee of the Electronic and Photonic Packaging Division (EPPD) is seeking nominations for a new member-at-large committee member.

    According to the EPPD Rules of Operation, "Each year, an open nomination shall be conducted within the Division to elect the new Member-at-Large of the Executive Committee. The Member-at-Large elect shall commit to serve for a five-year term with annual rotation through the following seniority ladder: Member-at-Large to Secretary to Treasurer to Vice Chair to Chair." Main duties of the member-at-large during the first year include participating in and contributing to the EPPD Executive Committee decision making process, updating and maintaining (working with ASME staff) the EPPD webpage, and carrying out special tasks assigned by the Executive Committee from time to time.  In keeping with the rotation between industry and academia, the 2020 member-at-large should be from academia or a National Lab. Every member of EPPD in good standing (primary or secondary) is eligible to submit nominations (including self-nominations) to the Chair of the Nominating Committee.  The nominee should already be (or be willing to become) an EPPD member.

    Please send nominations to the Nominating Committee Chair, Mehdi Asheghi (masheghi@stanford.edu) by July 25, 2020. The nomination should include the following material:

    1.   Nomination letter (Maximum 2 pages)

    2.   Copy of the nominee's curriculum vitae highlighting specific involvement in ASME activities in general and EPPD in particular. These activities may include conference/journal publications, patents, session or topic organization, membership on journal editorial board(s), journal and/or conference papers reviewed (Maximum 2 pages)

    The nomination letter should clearly state:

    1.    the nominee's qualifications

    2.    experience in engaging the electronic and photonic packaging communities,

    3.    interest in working with the EPPD, and record of sustained professional services.

    It is assumed that the nominator has already received concurrence from the nominee that she/he is willing to serve if elected.

    Thank you

    Mehdi Asheghi

    Adjunct Professor

    Stanford University

    Mechanical Engineering Department

     

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  • EPPD Awards: 2020 Call for Nominations

    ASME’s Electronic and Photonic Packaging Division (EPPD) is soliciting nominations for the following annual division awards:


    1. EPPD Excellence in Mechanics Award
    2. EPPD Women Engineer Award
    3. EPPD Early Career Engineer Award
    4. EPPD Student Member of the Year Award

    Complete nominations should be submitted by email to both SB Park (sbpark@binghamton.edu) and Koneru Ramakrishna (rama@ieee.org), Chair & Co-Chair of the 2020 EPPD Awards Committee, and are due by Sunday, July 5, 2020.

    Click here for more information. 

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  • Call for Nominations: 2019 InterPACK Achievement Award

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  • An Important Message from the ASME President

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