2016 Medical Conference Agenda.xlsx

To view the abstracts click here:  2016 Medical Electronics Conference: September 14 7:30am ‐ 8:15am

Registration / Networking / Breakfast ‐ (Hawthorne Room)

8:25am ‐ 9:10am

The President's Precision Medicine Initiative: The Opportunities and Challenges of Analytics on Integrated  Data from One Million Patients Keynote: Bob Rogers, Intel Corporation (Hawthorne Room) TRACK 1: Designs, Components and Assembly for High‐ Density Medical Electronics Solutions  (Old Library) Track Chairs: John McNulty/Dale Lee/Peter Tortorici,  Ph.D.

9:15am ‐ 9:45am

9:50am ‐ 10:20am

TRACK 2: Next Generation Microelectronics for Changing  Healthcare Markets  (Flavia Salon) Track Chair: Celeste Fralick, Ph.D.

Session 1  Session 2 Does Solder Particle Size Impact the Electrical Reliability of a No‐ Assessing Potential Risks of Wearable Devices on Human Skin  Clean Solder Paste Flux Residue                                                              Kurt Breitenkamp, Ph.D., Exponent Eric Bastow, Indium Corporation Failure Modes and Risk Mitigation Strategies for Batteries in  Wearable Devices                             Keith Beers, Ph.D., P.E., Exponent

Monolothic Integration and Associate Performances  Sebastien Lereuz, Ph.D., P.E., IPDIA

10:55am ‐ 11:25am

Coffee & Exhibitor Break (Hawthorne Room) Session 3 Session 4 Overcoming Wireless Connectivity Challenges                      A New Reliability Cleanliness Test Method for Portable  Electronic Medical Implantable and Wearable Medical Devices  Tony Garcia, Murata Americas Mike Bixenman, DBA, KYZEN Corporation

11:30am ‐ 12:00pm

PCB Performance and Qualification for Medical Applications          Custom IC Design Enables Ingestible Sensors and the Digital  Jan Pederson, Elmatica AS Medicine Revolution                                                                Andrew Kelly, Cactus Semiconductor

10:20am ‐ 10:50am

12:05pm ‐ 1:05pm

Lunch & Exhibitor Break (Hawthorne Room)

1:05pm ‐ 1:50pm 

Electronic Materials and Devices for Neural Applications Keynote: Mohammad Reza Abidian, Ph.D, University of Houston (Hawthorne Room)

1:55pm ‐ 2:25pm

2:30pm ‐ 3:00pm

3:00pm ‐ 3:30pm

3:35pm ‐ 4:05pm

Session 5 Capacitor Selection for Medical Electronics       Brian Brunnette, AVX Medical

Session 6 Manufacturing Challenges for Microelectronic Packaging of  Chemical Sensors                                                                           Matt Apanius, Smart Microsystems

A Biocompatible Substrate Technology for Implantable devices  Next Generation Electronic Modules for Medical Applications             Erich Schlaffer, AT&S Americas LLC based on LCP                      Susan Bagen, P.E., Micro Systems Technologies, Inc.

Coffee & Exhibitor Break  Session 7 Session 8 Thin Film Polyimide based Multilayer Circuits Embed a Plurality  Advanced Medical Applications                                               of IC chips to obtain Super Miniaturization and High Reliability  John Lauffer, i3 Electronics                             Shunsuke Sato, Fujikura Ltd.

4:10pm ‐ 6:10pm

Exhibitor Reception (Hawthorne Room)

2016 Medical Electronics Conference: September 15 2015 Medical Electronics Conference: September 17, Day Two Agenda 7:15am‐8:00am 8:00am ‐ 8:45am

Registration / Networking / Breakfast ‐ Hawthorne Room

Functional Electronic Clones & China’s plan to Dominate the Semiconductor‐Manufacturing Industry Keynote: Tom Sharpe, SMT Corporation (Hawthorne Room) Session 9  Session 10 Update from IPC’s PERM (Pb‐free Electronics Risk Management)  Probabilistic Design for Reliability (PDfR) of Medical Electronic  Devices: Role, Significance, Attributes, Challenges  Council                                               Ephraim Suhir, Ph.D., ERS Co. & Portland State University Joe  Zaccari, Zaccordix

9:00am ‐ 9:30am

FDA’s UDI Rule Explanation, Requirements and Verification            Patient Connected Health Christoph Wimmer, Microscan Matthew Hudes, bdlBiologx 9:35am ‐ 10:05am

Coffee & Exhibitor Break (Hawthorne Room)

10:10am ‐ 10:40am Session 11

Session 12

High Density Flex Circuits as Enabling Interface for Medical  Sensors                                                      Scott Corbett, M.S., MicroConnex

Introduction and Impact of Analytics in Medicine                                   Celeste Fralick, Intel Corporation

Miniaturization of Electronics                    Narayanan Manickam, Binghamton University

Security and Privacy: A Comprehensive Literature Review of  Medical Devices and Electronic Health Records Mitra Adeli and Grizelda Celaya  Arizona State University International School of Biomedical  Diagnostics Dept. of Bioinformatics

10:45am ‐ 11:15am

11:20am ‐ 11:50am

iNEMI Panel Discussion (Hawthorne Room)   Moderator:  Chuck Richardson, General Chair,iNEMI


Panelists: Peter Tortorici, Ph.D.,  Medtronic Microelectronics Center Chuck Bauer, Ph.D., TechLead Corporation Tom Sharpe, SMT Corporation   


2016 Medical Conference Agenda.xlsx

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