CALL FOR ABSTRACTS:
Symposium On Counterfeit Parts And Materials
WHEN: June 27 - 29, 2017
WHERE: The College Park Marriott Hotel and Conference Center
Contact: Diganta Das (email@example.com)
CLICK HERE to submit an abstract.
DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: March 20, 2017
About This Event | Scope | Abstract Submissions/Contact | Technical Committee
About This Event
SMTA and CALCE @ University of Maryland are pleased to announce the venue for the Symposium on Counterfeit Electronic Parts and Electronic Supply Chain. The program will be held June 27-29, 2017 at the The College Park Marriott Hotel and Conference Center. Do not miss this opportunity to learn from and share your insights with government, industry and academia who are addressing the counterfeit problem.
Changes in electronic supply chain had been fast and furious in the last decades and its impact on the practices of companies is still evolving. It is well understood that, the scourge of counterfeit electronic parts is related to the changes in supply chain but it is only one of the many impacts. This symposium will provide a forum to cover all aspects of changes in the electronic parts supply chain on how an organization performs part selection and management through whole life cycle of the parts.
This symposium will be valuable to quality and reliability manager, supply chain managers, brand protection specialists, inspectors, marketing and procurement policy makers, contracts and legal management, security specialists and government agencies. Our focus is to provide relevant information to the professionals that can be used for solving problems today while planning for a different business and technology environment in the future.
Topics will include:
- Impact of global supply chain changes on the component management practices: quality, reliability, manufacturability
- Electronic parts distribution: current stage and evolution over time
- How distributors can prepare themselves to be part of the solution against counterfeit parts
- Federal procurement practices and its impact on electronic supply chain
- Authentication techniques for securing electronic part supply chain
- Inspection tools and techniques for detecting counterfeit parts
- New areas of counterfeit concerns: materials, energy storage
- Industry and international working groups and standards on electronic part supply chain and counterfeit electronic parts
- Cybersecurity concerns associated with counterfeit parts and materials
Please provide an abstract (within 300 words) on any relevant topics by clicking here no later than March 20. The final presentations are due June 15th, 2017.
Proposals for half and full day workshops on topics of common interest on component management are also being accepted until March 1, 2017. Please submit your proposals with detailed outline, bio of instructor, list of prior offerings and the expected audience.
Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE/University of Maryland, Conference Chair
Sally Arno, Freedom Sales
Bill Cardoso, Ph.D., Creative Electron
Karen Ebner, Raytheon Company
Kirsten Koepsel, Policy Analyst
Lisa Gardner, GAO
Kevin Sink, TTI, Inc.
Paula George, CIV DLA LOGISTICS OPERATIONS (US)