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Semiconductor and Microelectronics Training for the Electronics Industry

Semitracks provides education, training, certification services, and products for the electronics industry. We specialize in training semiconductor, microsystems, and nanotechnology suppliers and users to understand the dynamic field of electronics technology.

We offer courses in Semiconductor Reliability, Design Debug, Packaging, Process Integration, Failure and Yield Analysis, Wafer Fab Processing, and ESD Design and Technology. Learn from the Experts.


Upcoming Public Semiconductor Training Courses

Product Qualification | April 15-16, 2014 (Tues.-Wed.) | San Jose, CA, USA - $1,295

Failure and Yield Analysis | May 5-8, 2014 (Mon.-Thurs.) | Munich, Germany - $2,195 $2,095 until Mon. April 14

MEMS Technology | May 12-13, 2014 (Mon.-Tues.) | Munich, Germany - $1,295 $1,195 until Mon. April 21

Semiconductor Reliability | May 12-14, 2014 (Mon.-Wed.) | Munich, Germany - $1,695 $1,595 until Mon. April 21

Product Qualification | May 15-16, 2014 (Thurs.-Fri.) | Munich, Germany - $1,295 $1,195 until Thurs. April 24

Failure and Yield Analysis | June 17-20, 2014 (Tues.-Fri.) | Singapore - $2,195

EOS, ESD and How to Differentiate | June 23-24, 2014 (Mon.-Tues.) | Singapore - $1,295

If you would like to request a new course topic or would like to see a current training course offered at another date/location, you can fill out a request form. This helps us gauge interest in our current course subjects, other subjects, and other dates/locations.


Online Training

Can't make it to one of our multiple public classes? Try our cutting-edge online semiconductor training site, where you can learn about the latest developments in Semiconductor Reliability, Technology, Semiconductor Process Integration, and Failure and Yield Analysis right from your personal computer. Find out why Semitracks' Online Training is right for you and your company.


Reference Material

Be sure to stop in and browse through our reference material. With over 50 pages of material on topics such as device recognition, die level analysis, and acoustic microscopy, you're sure to find something that interests you.