IN-SPE seminar announcement

Full day seminar: Climatic Reliability of Electronics: Global Challenges and Perspectives

January 28th at the Technical University of Denmark


This full day seminar is organized as part of the INSPE Consortium and 5th Anniversary of the CreCon industrial consortium at DTU. Event is also a part of the activity under the EFC Task Force on “Corrosion Reliability of Electronics.”

The program for the seminar is now ready and can be seen here 
Who should attend?
Focus/ topics
  • Reliability engineers
  • Technology forecasters
  • Corrosion engineers and specialists
  • Researchers and academics
  • Corrosion
  • Coatings
  • Enclosure Design
  • Contamination
  • Networking

Climatic reliability is a serious issue today for electronic devices, components, and bare printed circuit boards (PCBs) due to number of factors. Therefore the protection of interior parts from external conditions is a critical factor. Interaction of humidity with internal parts such as Printed Circuit Board Assembly (PCBA) can cause several functionality issues due to corrosion.  Humidity related problems in electronics is a combination of material, corrosion, and electrical issues, which leads to reduced life span of the products and heavy economic loss due to failures. The miniaturization and explosive increase in the use of electronics has increased the demand for climatically reliable electronics. 

Both industrial electronics and consumer electronics suffer from climatic reliability issues, which includes application such as in humid and harsh environments. Therefore, incorporating enhanced corrosion performance in the design is relevant for all, which needs interaction between electronics, electrical, and corrosion specialists.

Seminar will consists of talks by invited experts on various aspects of climatic reliability issues both from academia and industry. The seminar will address the following important issues: 


The seminar will end with an open buffet and opportunities for networking / pre-booked with other delegates.

Seminar attracts delegates from academia and industry. We are delighted to invite you to attend this important seminar.

 Please mark January 28th in your calendar. More detailed programme will be announced soon.

  • Professor Rajan Ambat, CELCORR, DTU
  • Dr. Morten Jellesen, CELCORR, DTU
  • Dr. Daniel Minzari, IPU
 Expected Fee for attentees:
  • Members of CRECON :  DKK: 2500 (excluding Danish VAT)
  • Others:  DKK: 3000 (excluding Danish VAT)

The fee covers food and conference materials.



Registration is now open at this site



Rajan Ambat
DTU Mechanical Engineering
+45 45 25 21 81


Morten Stendahl Jellesen
Senior Researcher
DTU Mechanical Engineering
+45 45 25 22 13


Daniel Minzari
MSc, PhD
+45 51 92 53 54