A semiconductor device is only as good as its reliability: the probability that it will perform its function under specified conditions for a set time. Today's ICs possess shorter lifetimes and reduced reliability margins, and rapid developments have led to the use of materials that are not well characterized. While reliability levels are at an all-time high level in the industry, rapid changes may lead to unintentional failures and the inability to predict when devices might fail.
Your company needs competent engineers and scientists to solve reliability problems. Semitracks' 4-day Semiconductor Reliability training course offers detailed instruction on how to determine what failure mechanisms might occur, test for them, develop models for them, and eliminate them from the product.
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Interested in a version of this course where you can ask questions in real time? Public and In-House versions of this course are available!
This course is designed for every manager, engineer, and technician concerned with reliability in the semiconductor field, using semiconductor components, or supplying tools to the industry.