Lead-free Electronics Workshop - DOC
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Lead-free Electronics Workshop December 16, 2004 Presenter Bios Todd W. MacFadden, Mabbett & Associates/Bose Corporation Todd recently took a position as Component Engineer with Bose Corporation in Framingham working to ensure RoHS-compliant products. Recently, he has worked with Mabbett and Associates, Inc. to develop WEEE & RoHS implementation and lead-free transition programs for the electronics industry in North America and Europe. He worked for five years at the Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI) coordinating the MA Lead- Free Electronics Research Consortium and the Electronics and Metal Finishing Supply Chain Initiatives. He is Team Leader for the National Electronics Manufacturers Initiative (NEMI) Roadmap Committee and has served on the Board of Directors for the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable. Todd has a Bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a Master of Science degree in chemical engineering from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Greg Morose, Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute Greg is coordinating the efforts of the New England Lead-free Electronics consortium. He is also conducting alternatives assessments for products containing lead, mercury, and brominated flame retardants. Previously, Greg was a management consultant with KPMG Consulting responsible for project management, business process improvement, and supply chain management projects. Greg has also worked for seven years in the electronics and computer industry in manufacturing, design, and sales engineering positions. Greg has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Masters of Science degree in Environmental Studies, and Masters of Business Administration degree. John Sharp, Teradyne John is the Environmental and Safety Manager for the Connection Systems Division of Teradyne. He is the past Chair of the IPC Environmental, Health, and Safety Committee. He has worked for Merix Corporation, CH2M Hill, Texas Eastman Chemical Co., and Conoco Chemicals, focusing on environmental and safety issues throughout his career. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, a Master’s degree in Oceanography, a Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering, and is a Professional Engineer in the fields of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. He is the leader of the IPC Material Declaration Guideline project, and is a member of the drafting committees of the Joint Industry Material Composition Declaration Guide and the IPC Lead-free Labeling Standard. Helena Pasquito, M/A-COM Helen has twenty years of experience in many different functional areas including fourteen years as manufacturing supervisor with the Defense Missile Components/Systems Group. Helena is a certified instructor in IPC-A-610C Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies, IPC-A-600 Acceptability of Printed Boards, IPC/WHMA-A-620 Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies, and IPC/EIA J-STD-001C Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies. She is a member of IPC-A-610 Technical Committee (working on next revision of the standard), IPC/WHMA-A-620 Space Addendum Task Group, ESD Assoc., SMTA (Surface Mount Technology Assoc.) and the New England Lead- Free Electronics Consortium. Helena has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Human Resources Management from Southern New Hampshire University. Ronald C. Lasky, Ph.D., P.E., Indium Corporation Ron is currently a Senior Technologist at Indium Corporation and a Visiting Professor at Dartmouth College. Prior to these assignments, he had over twenty years experience in electronic and optoelectronic packaging at IBM, Universal Instruments and Cookson Electronics. He has authored or edited 5 books on science, electronics, and optoelectronics and numerous technical papers. Dr. Lasky holds numerous patent disclosures and is the developer of the several new concepts in SMT processing software relating to cost estimating, line balancing and process optimization. He is the co-creator of engineering certification exams in electronic assembly. Ron was awarded the Surface Mount Technology Association’s Founder’s Award in 2003. He owns four earned degrees, including a Ph.D. from Cornell University in Materials Science. Ron is also a licensed professional engineer. Elsa Kam-Lum, Allegro Microsystems Elsa is currently working on various initiatives for Allegro Microsystems including the following: green molding compounds, lead-free task force, and power management assembly and packaging. Elsa is a member of the NEMI Tin Whiskers Testing Group, the JEDEC 14.1 Tin Whiskers Measuring Spec Task Force, and the JEDEC 14.3 Qualification Requirements for Tin Whiskers Task Force. Elsa holds 1 patent and is an author/co-author of several papers. Elsa has a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT, and a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from Northeastern University.