Atotech to Present at IEEE CPMT Symposium Japan 2019


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Atotech, a global leader in the field of specialty chemicals and equipment for printed circuit board, package substrate and semiconductor manufacturing, will present at this year’s IEEE CPMT Symposium Japan, held at the Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall in Kyoto, Japan, from November 18 – 20, 2019.

Atotech experts will give the following presentations:

• On November 18, from 1:25 – 1:50 p.m., Britta Schafsteller will discuss the Characterization of Thick Tin Deposits by Autocatalytic Reaction and Electrochemical Investigations of Autocatalytic Tin Electrolytes and Their Reaction Mechanisms during Session 1: New Material and Process in hall I.

• On November 20, from 11:25 – 11:50 a.m., Mustafa Oezkoek will present Adjustable EMI Shielding on Electronic Packages Realized by Electrolytic Plating At Session 12: SI/PI/RF 1 in room 3.

Symposium attendees are welcome to attend these presentations and discuss these presentations and other topics of interest with the speakers.

About Atotech

Atotech is a global leader in surface-finishing solutions. Through a comprehensive systems-and-solutions approach, the company delivers chemistry, equipment, and service to support diverse industries such as consumer electronics, especially mobile devices and computers; global automotive; communication infrastructure; and many other industrial end-markets. Atotech’s relentless R&D efforts and global TechCenter presence allows it to deliver pioneering and sustainable products combined with unparalleled on-site customer support – making Atotech a critical partner to over 8,000 customers worldwide. Atotech is a team of 3,800 experts in over 40 countries generating annual revenues of $1.2 billion (2018). Atotech has manufacturing operations across Europe, the Americas, and Asia and its headquarters is in Berlin, Germany. Visit www.atotech.com.

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