Are you an end user, manufacturer or scientist / researcher involved in medical device packaging? IMAPS-UK invites you to its Electronics Packaging for Medical Devices Workshop to be held in Cambridge on Thursday 18 May to offer you the opportunity to learn, network and source from a broad spectrum of end-users, electronics design/packaging companies and researchers.
Workshop explores electronic packaging for medical devices
The UK market for medical devices is forecast to be worth £9.1bn by 2018 according to UK Trade & Investment. Medical devices have challenging packaging, integration and assembly requirements. As the market evolves, the need for innovative solutions that ensure integrity, sterility and functionality while maintaining cost-effectiveness and sustainability is ever pressing.
Join IMAPS-UK at a one-day workshop on Thursday, 18th May (8:30 am - 4:00 pm) at the Trinity Centre, Cambridge where IMAPS UK will showcase the work from experts in the areas of wearable electronics, point of care diagnostics and implantable devices from industry and academia. The workshop will provide a venue for discussions on the state of the market and novel technologies, as well as packaging, assembly and integration challenges (and solutions) presented by these next generation of medical electronic devices.
This is a good opportunity for attendees to learn more about this exciting field and network with market leaders and technology developers. The schedule follows IMAPS-UK's tried and tested educational workshop format, where the morning is dedicated to core information talks reviewing market trends and new technologies, while in the afternoon the attendants have a unique opportunity to hear about specific challenges, and how the industry has solved them.
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IMAPS-UK is the United Kingdom Chapter of the International Microelectronics Assembly & Packaging Society – IMAPS.
IMAPS is a global community of microelectronic related engineers, scientists, manufacturers, end-users and supply chain companies. The Society aims to support the development and growth of the Microelectronics and related industries and to aid the transfer of knowledge and information.
Andy Longford, IMAPS-UK Secretariat
T: 0131 202 9004
M: 07854 946 660
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