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Renewable Energy & Sustainability Center - Educational Seminars

PCB Design for Manufacturability

The Circuits and Systems Society (CASS) of the IEEE Long Island Section and the Renewable Energy & Sustainability Center (RESC) at Farmingdale State College presents a seminar on "PCB Design for Manufacturability".

Key content:

The seminar will cover areas of interest to electrical engineers, mechanical designers and PCB board designers:

  • General Fabrication requirements
  • Stack-up generation for impedance(s)
  • Fabrication notes and call outs
  • Design Rule Checks for manufacturing
  • Discussion on design for manufacturability

These topics are presented as ways to reduce delays, and to improve communications between design, manufacturing, and assembly.

The presenter will respond to questions from the audience about specific problems or applications.

Presenter: Peter Sekulic, Winonics Inc.

Peter is a leading expert in the PCB industry, and has over 30 years of experience and service. He has worked for companies such as National Technology, Electro-Etch circuits, Electrostar, Tyco Electronics and TTM. Peter currently holds the title of Director of Engineering at Winonics.

Date: 11/13/2014
Time: 6:00 pm. Arrive early to secure parking permit and to network with colleagues over complimentary pizza and soda.
Cost: FREE
PDH: 1.5 Hour (available to P.E.’s upon request)
Location: Roosevelt Hall, Room 111 (RED on the map)
Farmingdale State College, 2350 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale, NY 11735

Parking Information:

  • Option 1: Pick up your temporary parking pass at university police once you enter campus.
  • Option 2: Pick up your temporary parking pass in Roosevelt Hall room 111 and bring it back to your car.

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