ASTR 2017 AUSTIN HILTON GARDEN INN – Final day

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Final day of ASTR 2017 at Austin Hilton Garden Inn

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Neil Doertenbach “Mitigating Design and production Risk with HALT, HAST and HASS”

d3_Neil Doertenbach Mitigating Design and production Risk with HALT, HAST and HASS

 

Josh Verhage “A case Study of Reliability Testing mixed with Experimental Design”

d3_Josh Verhage A case Study of Reliability Testing mixed with Experimental Design

 

Keisuke Matsui “An effectiveness Assessment of HALT technique and its equipment”

d3_Keisuke Matsui An effectiveness Assessment of HALT technique and its equipment
Fred Lane “Reliability of Al Wire Grid Arrays under High Light Flux Condition”

d3_Fred Lane Reliability of Al Wire Grid Arrays under High Light Flux Condition

 

Gary Hazard/ Alpana Gangopadhyaya “Rapid Precipitation and Mitigation of Intermittent Faults”

d3_Gary Hazard Alpana Gangopadhyaya Rapid Precipitation and Mitigation of Intermittent Faults

 

Jim McLInn “Accelerated Mechanical Testing”

d3_Jim McLInn Accelerated Mechanical Testing

 

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