Packaging technologies are expanding the boundaries of RF and power applications
Yole Développement, a renowned market research company, and CITC, an innovation center with extensive technical and market experience, invite you to take part in two collaborative online forums covering power packaging and RF packaging. Challenges have emerged for both applications concerning the integration of devices and systems – and to ensure these applications’ continued evolution and activity development, packaging is the strategic answer.
With increased functionalities, companies must refine their ability to
integrate more and more components on the same die while proposing an
exceptionally reliable final product.
Save the date in your agenda today and let’s meet online on November 24 and December 1, 2020!
POWER PACKAGING VIRTUAL FORUM
Tuesday November 24th, 2020
How packaging energizes the needs of power applications
Power electronics plays a major role in today’s fast-paced world. Its key driving factors include electrical power-conversion optimization and expansion, driven by electrification trends in transportation, CO2 emission reduction goals, the development of clean electricity sources, and industrialization.
Choosing the right packaging solution is obviously key for power-related applications where reliability and safety play a major role.
Due to stronger requirements, a higher added-value for customers, and a greater desire for competitive differentiation, most innovative packaging solutions focus on power modules and integrated devices like system-on-chip (SoC) and system-in-package (SiP). Whereas in the past packaging needs were driven by industrial applications, today they are increasingly driven by electric and hybrid electric vehicles (EV/HEV). Hence, power module packaging solutions are moving towards high-performance materials and a reduction in the number of layers, size, and interfaces – all while conserving electrical, thermal, and mechanical characteristics.
Intended topics for the Power Packaging Forum are:
- High thermal performance die-attach
- Packaging technology for power electronics
- New materials and technologies for power packaging
- Global developments affecting power packaging technology
RF PACKAGING VIRTUAL FORUM
Tuesday December 1st, 2020
New market demands create a strong connection between packaging & RF
RF electronics is currently experiencing strong growth, driven mostly by 5G requirements and connected devices. Examples of RF electronics include connectivity modules in smartphones and smartwatches, and radar for ADAS vehicles. These are growing systems requiring innovative packaging solutions which simultaneously address specifications for cost, form factor, and performance. Other challenges related to signal integrity and low power consumption are starting to be addressed by the industry, with new solutions on the way.
Innovation is needed for the design and materials used, thus pushing the supply chain to explore new developments and more complex business models. The diversity of RF components (power amplifier, filters, switches, antennas, etc.) requires the use of several levels of integration as well as different packaging platforms and interconnects (TSV, wirebond, etc.).
Intended topics for the RF Packaging Forum are:
- Package simulation and design for RF (20 – 120 GHz)
- Antenna-in-package / antenna-on-chip / antenna-on-substrate / antenna-on-board
- New materials and technologies for RF packaging
- Global developments affecting RF packaging technology
Sponsorship of these Yole Développement- and CITC-designed forums represents an invaluable opportunity for visibility amongst the industry’s key players and decision makers. We offer several different sponsorship options, so discover our offers now and pursue the one that best suits your company’s needs.
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CITC is a non-profit innovation center that specializes in heterogeneous integration and advanced packaging technology. It is a place where companies, research and educational institutes work together on bridging the gap from academics to industry and create new and better solutions. Therefore we offer access to innovation, infrastructure and education.
Access to Innovation
Organizing and running innovation programs in the field of chip packaging and integration technology.
Access to Infrastructure
Providing access to lab infrastructure as one of CITC’s key capabilities.
Access to Education
Sharing knowledge about integrated chip technology and its applications.
More info: www.citc.org