IEEE/CPMT Luncheon Meeting, in the Santa Clara Valley:
"The iNEMI Roadmap: Overview and Board Assembly Directions"
Presentation Slides: "Roadmap Overview" by Jim McElroy (600 kB PDF) and "Board Assembly Roadmap" by Dongkai Shangguan (200 kB PDF)
-- Dr. Dongkai Shangguan, Flextronics, and Jim McElroy, CEO, iNEMI
Thursday, January 25, 2007 Buffet lunch served from 11:45 - 12:15
($15 if reserved by Jan 22; $20 at door;
vegetarian available); presentation at 12:15.
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iNEMI is the International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative. It's Roadmap was recently finalized, and it will be published this spring. The SCV Chapter will get a preview from two of the key committee people who worked on it.
Since 1994, iNEMI (the International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative) has been developing a biennial technology roadmap spanning a ten-year horizon. In 2004, iNEMI expanded the initiative to proactively include global inputs.
In this presentation, an overview will first be given on the 2007 iNEMI Roadmap to be formally released in February 2007. The iNEMI Roadmap objectives, process, methodology, organization and structure will be outlined. This will be followed by a more detailed discussion on the Board Assembly chapter of the roadmap, including both business and technical aspects.
- Speaker Biographies
Dr. Dongkai Shangguan received his BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tsinghua University, China, his Ph.D. degree in Materials from the University of Oxford, U.K., and an MBA degree from San Jose State University. He conducted post-doctoral teaching and research at the University of Cambridge and then at The University of Alabama. He lectured at the Wayne State University as Adjunct Faculty and is currently a guest professor at Shanghai University, China.
Dongkai worked for 10 years at Ford Motor Co./Visteon Corporation in various technical and management functions including advanced electronics manufacturing and supplier quality, before he joined Flextronics International in 2001 where he is currently Vice President for Assembly Technology and Platform Realization with the Corporate Technology Group, responsible for advanced packaging and assembly technology, environmental technology, design/manufacturing collaboration and DFX solutions, industrialization and product realization, etc.
He has published 2 books and over 200 papers and articles (including many journal publications and several book chapters), and has given numerous technical presentations and keynotes. He has 20 U.S. and international patents issued and a number of U.S. and international patents pending.
Dongkai is a senior member of IEEE and SME, and a member of the IEEE CPMT Society Board of Governors. He actively participates in professional organizations and consortia, and has chaired technical sessions and panels at numerous conferences. He chaired the iNEMI 2007 Roadmap for Board Assembly. He is currently a regular columnist for the "Global SMT & Packaging" magazine, and serves on the editorial/advisory board of several technical journals. He
has received a number of recognitions for his contributions to the industry, including the "President's Award" from IPC, "Total Excellence in Electronics Manufacturing Award" from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), and the "Soldertec Lead-Free Soldering Award".
James (Jim) McElroy is Chief Executive Officer of the International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative, Inc, (iNEMI) located in Herndon, Virginia.
iNEMI is an industry led consortia dedicated to identifying and closing technology gaps which includes the development and integration of the electronics industry supply infrastructure. The accelerated deployment of technology is shaped and led by member firms, and provides benefits to the global electronics industry.
Prior to joining iNEMI, Jim McElroy was Vice President of International Operations for MicroModule Systems (a 1992 spin off from Digital Equipment Corporation). He was one of the founders of MMS starting as the Eastern U.S./European Business manager.
Jim worked for Digital Equipment Corporation for 16 years, holding a number of technical and management positions in both Engineering and Manufacturing. Key assignments included Operations Management of Digital's MCM factory in Cupertino and Program Management of the physical technology development for the VAX9000 system (based in Marlboro, Massachusetts).
Before joining Digital in 1976, Jim worked at RCA on packaging and interconnect design for military computer systems.
He has authored numerous papers and articles in the areas of technology, manufacturing, and industry collaboration and holds one patent. Jim has been active in a number of industry trade associations and technical societies. He received a B.S.M.E. and an M.S.M.E. from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
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