Lead-Free Defense Electronics Project
This project will foster research and actions to accelerate the transition to lead-free electronics in aerospace, defense, and other high-performance electronics.
Lead-free electronics – materials and processes with profound consequences
Materials applied at the microscopic level on commonly used subcomponents critical to the functions of sophisticated defense systems in diverse, challenging environments throughout – and beyond – the planet.
The DEC lead-free team has the deep industry knowledge, innovative research capabilities, and leading-edge facilities required to successfully migrate to lead-free defense electronics.
transitioning lead-free solders from lab to product
from consortia and projects for gap
Research University Labs
fully provisioned with equipment and materials required for microelectronics research
Advanced Testing Facilities
capable of simulating extreme temperature high impact use scenarios
Industry-Leading System Integrators
individually and through PERM
The project team is led by Purdue University, the University of Maryland and Auburn University. The team has access to IPC’s 3,000 members for insight into industry standards and channels for information exchange and tech transfer.
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|Electronics Industry Insights RFI||The Department of Defense (DoD) seeks to gain insights into the electronics industry that could shape the development of solutions, better inform policy and help establish program priorities. Industry members were invited to contribute to this effort by addressing four topics: Defense Industrial Base, Workforce, Risks & Vulnerabilities, and Industry Data.
Please send an email to email@example.com if you would like to respond to this solicitation.
|August 30, 2021|