Inkjet Printed Die-Attaches For Advanced Electronic Packaging (Printed Electronics Europe 2018)

Dr Ali Roshanghias, R&D Project Manager
CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG

Presentation Summary

The adaptation of inkjet printing technology to electronic packaging allows the precise deposition of discrete droplets of adhesive and die-attach materials in a digital and non-contact manner at relatively high speed. In this talk the advantages of employing inkjet printing as a means for dispensing die-attach layers will be discussed.

Speaker Biography (Ali Roshanghias)

Dr. Ali Roshanghias received his PhD in materials science and technology in 2012. Afterwards he pursued his career as a post-doc researcher at Nagaoka University of technology (Japan) and Vienna University (Austria) in the field of electronic materials and advanced packaging. Since 2015, as a material expert in Heterogeneous integration technologies and electronic packaging, he joined the CTR Carinthian Tech Research in Austria.

Company Profile (CTR Carinthia Tech Research)

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CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG is one of Austria's established non-university research centres with R,D&I foci on Microsystem Technologies, Sensor Packaging and Heterointegration, Photonic Sensor Systems and Smart Systems Integration. Founded in 1997 and located in Villach, CTR is an internationally recognised, ISO 9001:2008-certified R&D institution with a permanent staff of currently more than 70 researchers. With extensive experience in conducting and managing R&D projects, both on the national and the international level, CTR has achieved a number of internationally acclaimed innovations together with an extensive network of academic and industrial partners (Philips, AMS, Infineon, AVL, Epcos, etc.). A state of the art research infrastructure in the field of printed electronics (Inkjet Printing, Photonic Curing, etc.) as well as packaging technologies enables the experienced CTR research team to accomplish the challenges in this field.
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