ESREF 2015, the 26th European Symposium on Reliability of Electron Devices, Failure Physics and Analysis will take place in Toulouse (France) from 5th to 9th October 2015.
This international symposium continues to focus on recent developments and future directions in Quality and Reliability Management of materials, devices and circuits for micro-, nano-, and optoelectronics. It provides a European forum for developing all aspects of reliability management and innovative analysis techniques for present and future electronic applications.
For this 26th year of ESREF conference we have a quite exciting program. For its first time in Toulouse – world center for aeronautics with Airbus assembly line, European capital of the space industry and number 1 in France for embedded electronic systems, in addition to the core topics of the conference, specific topics are dedicated to these applications involving severe environment and harsh reliability challenges.
ESREF 2015 is organized by LAAS (Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems) , CNRS (french National Center for Scientific Research) CNES (french National Center for Spatial Studies) , IMS (Integration Material to System) and IRT Saint-Exupery.
IRT Saint Exupéry will act as co-chair for the specific session G dedicated to Aeronautics, Space and Embedded Systems and will contribute as expert to the specific Workshop “Modeling the reliability at system level : tools and methodology”. During this Workshop and also during a specific Poster Session, A.Durier will present works led by IRT Saint Exupéry Electronics Robustness Project. Additionally, the paper “A unified multiple stress reliability model for microelectronic devices – Application to 1.55 μm DFB laser diode module for space validation” co-written by Dr A. Bensoussan has been selected by the technical committee of session D2 dedicated to Photonic Devices as invited paper.
IRT Saint Exupéry will be present all along the conference also as exhibitor (stand 10) to present its activities on More Electrical Aircraft topics especially about the optimization of electromechanical power chain (converter, cables and motors integration & interactions) and the characterization and modelling of the physics phenomena having impact on the reliability of the electrical system items as partial discharges, radiations, electrical arc, EMC, thermal,…
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