Nanomaterials for electronics packaging application by NanoDynamics and Georgia Tech

In late May we attended the 2nd Jisso International Forum on implementing advanced interconnect technology solutions for microelectronics at Georgia Tech’s Packaging Research Center (PRC). At this meeting, the Jisso International Council, which fosters international cooperation on electronics packag...

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