IPC first began presenting the President’s Award in 1966, and for many years it was the only award bestowed on IPC volunteers, to several individuals each year. This year’s recipient is Bob Cooke with NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC). Here's why he was bestowed this honor.
Every year IPC recognizes two companies that have made significant contributions to IPC and the electronics industry. These awards are named after industry executives who were themselves significant and outstanding contributors: one for a PCB fabricator company and one for an electronics manufacturing services (EMS) company. This year’s recipients were Northrop Grumman and Rockwell Collins, respectively.
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Autonomous Transportation: Using Disruptive Technologies to Create Social Disruption and Change, by Dan Feinberg
Future Automotive Requirements for PCBs, Dr. Christian Klein
International Automotive Task Force (IATF) 16949 Standard, Explained, by Steve Williams
E-Textiles—the Wild Frontier, by Tara Dunn
Automotive, the Electronics Industry's New Driver, by Patty Goldman
Vehicle Electrification: Disrupting the Automotive Industry and Beyond, by Chandran Nair, National Instruments
Solving Reliability and Thermal Management Challenges in Automotive Electronics, an interview with Paul Salerno
System-Driven Approach Ensures Automotive Electronics Assembly Success, an interview with Mathieu Kury
Under the Hood: Solder Joint Reliability, by Burton Carpenter, NXP Semiconductors Inc.
Automotive Electronics Still in the Front Seat, by Stephen Las Marias, I-Connect007