We have a brand new course on stack-up design coming to Copenhagen on June 25th. Right in the airport, so it’s easy to fly in and out the same day. Just walk to the Hilton from your flight (or train).
With increased signalling speed, engineers are facing increased difficulties meeting signal quality requirements. This puts a lot of emphasis on PCB material selection, and design engineers needs to understand this.
There is a lot of knowledge in this area, but it’s not on the standard university curriculum, so we present this information in a single hard packed day. No other place can you get this much in-depth knowledge about PCB materials faster.
What you gain from attending this course is a thorough understanding of the challenges and how to accurately and cost effectively specify board stack-up for any manufacturing plant in the world. High speed boards is where the requirements are toughest, but as this is an increasing percentage of all boards designed, more and more engineers need to take responsibility for PCB stack-up design.
I highly recommend all design engineers, board designers and anyone else involved in specifying stack-up for PCB take this course.