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APRIL 2023 I SMT007 MAGAZINE 15 6. "High Strength and High-Fatigue-Resistant Lead-free Solder," by J. S. Hwang and H. Koenigsmann, SMT007 Magazine, March 2000, Page 55. 7. "Effect of Bi Contamination on SnPb Eutectic Solder," by J. S. Hwang and Z. Guo, SMT007 Magazine, September 2000, Page 91. 8. "Effect of Pb Contamination on lead Free Solder—Part 1 to Part 8," J. S. Hwang and Z. Guo, Chip Scale Review, December 2000–December 2001. 9. "Research and Development for Lead-free Soldering in Japan," by K. Suganuma, Proceedings, IPC Works, 1999. 10. "Challenges and Solutions for Lead-free Soldering of Large PCB Assembly," by T. Baggio,, Proceedings, IPC APEX EXPO 2000. Appearances: As a part of IPC Engineering Education Webinar Series, Dr. Hwang will present lectures on "PoP and BTC Package and Assembly: Materials, Process and Reliability" April 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, and 20; and on "Lead-free Reliability for Harsh Environments Electronics," May 16–18 and Nov. 7–9; and "Top Lead-free Production Issues – Causes, Prevention & Solutions" July 11, 13, 18, and 20. Dr. Jennie S. Hwang—an international business-woman and speaker and a business and technology advisor—is a pioneer and long-standing leader to SMT manufacturing since its inception as well as to the development and implementation of lead-free electronics technology. Among her many awards and honors, she was inducted to the International Hall of Fame–Women in Technology, elected to the National Academy of Engineering, named an R&D Star to Watch, and received a YWCA Achievement Award. Having held senior executive positions with Lockheed Martin Corp., Sherwin Williams Co., and SCM Corp., she was the CEO of International Electronic Materials Corp. and is currently CEO of H-Technologies Group, providing business, technology, and manufacturing solutions. She has served on the board of Fortune-500 NYSE companies and civic and university boards; the Commerce Department's Export Council; the National Materials and Manufacturing Board; the NIST Assessment Board; as the chairman of the Assessment Board of DoD Army Research Laboratory and the chairman of the Assessment Board of Army Engineering Centers; and various national panels/committees and international leadership positions. She is the author of 600+ publications and several books and is a speaker and author on trade, business, education, and social issues. Her formal education includes four academic degrees, as well as the Harvard Business School Executive Program and Columbia University Corporate Governance Program. For more information, visit JennieHwang. com. To read past columns, click here.

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