LTS 2021 starts in

LTS 2021 is the world's most authoritative conference addressing current and emerging technologies in the field of Low Temperature Solders. 

June 16th, 10am (EST)

Low-temperature soldering offers many benefits to designers and fabricators of electronics assemblies.

Reduced melting temperatures protect sensitive devices and protect all components and circuitry from exposure to high thermal and thermal-mechanical loads. This improves the integrity of assembled electronics and reduces the associated energy costs significantly.

Presentations will be given on manufacturing technologies associated with low temperature manufacturing and assembly of printed boards, including the following:

Low-temperature soldering offers many benefits to designers and fabricators of electronics assemblies.

Reduced melting temperatures protect sensitive devices and protect all components and circuitry from exposure to high thermal and thermal-mechanical loads. This improves the integrity of assembled electronics and reduces the associated energy costs significantly.

The conference features a keynote speech from Tadashi Kosuga, who describes how low temperature soldering technology was introduced across the range of Lenovo computer products. This is followed by two parallel tracks of 14 presentations.

LTS2021 will be hosted on a unique, easy to use platform that contains many tools to interact with the speaker, session colleagues and network with your peers in the informal lounge. Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge on this important topic and grow your network of professional industry contacts.

June 16th, 10am (EST)

The following day, on June 17th Bob Willis will hold a workshop on the “Practical Use of Low Temperature Solder”.

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Conference committee

Jennie Hwang

Jennie S. Hwang

H-Technologies

Tanja Braun

Tanja Braun

Fraunhofer IZM

Kevin Byrd

Kevin J. Byrd

Intel Corporation