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37th Annual IICIT Connector and Interconnection Technology Symposium and Trade Show

Wed, 12/17/2003 - 10:29am
The 37th Annual IICIT Connector & Interconnection Technology Symposium & Trade Show Committee invites you to submit an abstract for this year's conference. Short course descriptions are also being solicited.

Abstract Deadline: February 13, 2004
Acceptance: March 12, 2004
Manuscripts Due: June 18, 2004
Please submit your abstract on line today at:

http://www.iicit.org

Papers should describe significant results from experiments, emphasize new techniques, and contain technical, economic or appropriate test data. Material should be original, unpublished and non-commercial in nature.

Papers are being sought on the following key topics: Radio Frequency Interconnection; Materials, Finishes, and Platings; Quality; Test Methods; High Speed Connectors; Automation; Personal Computer Interconnection; Surface Mount Technology; Automotive Interconnections; Fiber Optics; Spaceflight Connector Technology; and Medical Applications

HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH AS A SPEAKER AT THE 37th ANNUAL CONNECTOR & INTERCONNECTION TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM:

1. Gain personal and professional recognition by representing your company in a highly respected continuing education forum for the electronics interconnection industry. You will be making a contribution to our industry by sharing and presenting your work and ideas at the only conference dedicated to the interconnection industry. Your paper will be published in the technical proceedings used by the show audience, researchers and academic institutions.

2. Receive a 50% discount for one author to attend the full three day conference.

3. Cash awards for the best paper of each session, and best overall paper.

Please submit your abstract today using the on-line form at:

http://www.iicit.org

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