Space Parts Working Group is sponsored by The Aerospace Corporation in cooperation with the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center and the National Reconnaissance Office. In its 43rd year, SPWG is an unclassified, international forum for disseminating information to the aerospace industry and for resolving problems with high-reliability electronic piece parts for space applications.
The meeting will include presentations from Government agencies (including the Air Force SMC, NRO, NASA, Missile Defense Agency, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, the Air Force Research Laboratory, European Space Agency, Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, and Canadian Space Agency), prime system contractors and subcontractors, part suppliers, and laboratories. Suppliers will be presenting their latest roadmaps and product introductions, in addition to the current status of technologies and problems. There will also be presentations on today's hot topics, such as Non-hermetic packaging technologies, Hermeticity testing, Lead-Free Initiatives, and Specs and Standards. This is one meeting you do not want to miss. You can get all of the information you ever wanted to know about parts, materials, and processes from all sources, all in one place, and all for an extremely reasonable cost.
A networking reception will be held Tuesday, April 22, at 5:30 p.m. with complimentary hors d'oeuvres and no host bar. For information about presenting a paper, contact Mel Cohen at 310-336-0470 or David Peters at 310-336-5937.
Please be advised that by attending this technical workshop you grant The Aerospace Corporation the right to capture your likeness via photograph or video recording, and to use the likeness in any media, including television, film, internet, public display, marketing, social media or general-interest mulitmedia.
SPWG is restricted to non-ITAR information.
For additional registration details, please contact the technical workshop coordinator at 310-336-5445.