The Electronic Components and Technology Conference is the premier international symposium for presentations on electronic devices, materials, packaging, reliability, and design, sponsored by the EPS Society of the IEEE.
You are invited to submit a proposal for a 4 hour educational short
courses that provides information on developments, technology
and knowledge in the areas described in the ECTC
Call for Papers. Please submit a 200-word course description,
a course outline consisting of up to 16 bullet items, and a
description of your target audience. The proposals must be received
by October 9, 2023.
The submission of a proposal represents your commitment to present the course at the conference if your proposal is accepted. Course materials should be submitted for first review by March 25, 2024. Final course materials must be submitted by April 25, 2024 and will be reproduced to hand out to course attendees.
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Course Scope and Objective
This section should contain a description of the subject matter to be covered and an explanation of the depth of presentation (for example: overview, introduction to new subject, in depth study, review of state of the art, etc.).
This section contains a single depth outline of the topics to be covered, use as many lines as necessary up to the maximum of 16.
This section should contain a brief description of the intended audience (for example: engineers and tech managers already involved in the field, newcomers to the field, those who need fundamental understanding or broad overview).