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NanoDynamics Presented with the "Best Paper Award" at the 2005 SMTA Pan Pacific Microelectronics Symposium
March 09, 2005
NanoDynamics, a leading
nanotechnology organization and manufacturer of superior
nanomaterials, announced that Alan Rae, Vice-President, Development,
was presented with the "Best Paper Award" at the 2005 SMTA Pan Pacific
Microelectronics Symposium. The paper is entitled "Nanotechnology and
Low Temperature Electronics Assembly" and addresses the concern among
board assemblers regarding how some components are not, and will not,
be ready for lead-free assembly.
Mr. Rae's paper revealed that assemblers of "exempt" boards
(military, aerospace and automotive) are finding that lead-containing
components may no longer be available, forcing conversion of these
complex boards. He goes on to explain that Nanotechnology enables a
number of tools, which will allow lower temperature assembly through
enhanced solders, adhesives and novel attachment methods.
Attendees at the Tenth Annual SMTA Pan Pacific Microelectronics
Symposium, which was sponsored by the SMTA, selected the award. The
conference was held January 25th -27th, 2005 in Kauai, Hawaii. The
symposium provided individuals the opportunity to promote
international technical exchange and participate in a diverse
networking forum among global microelectronic professionals.
NanoDynamics' paper is currently featured in the 2005 SMTA Pan
Pacific Symposium Proceedings available in the Surface Mount
Technology Association ("SMTA") bookstore and will shortly become
accessible in the Knowledge Base at smta.org.
NanoDynamics, Inc. is a leading company in the field of
nanotechnology and manufacturer of superior nanomaterials that will
dramatically improve the form, function and performance of a wide
range of both industrial and consumer products. The Company is
uniquely positioned, utilizing proprietary and protected technologies,
to commercially manufacture economical, high quality nanomaterials
that will enable revolutionary advancements in industries including
electronics, semiconductors, consumer products, fuel cells,
transportation, energy and biotechnology. For further information,
please visit the Company's website at www.nanodynamics.com.
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