Webinar Presented by Dow Performance Silicones
Join us on October 24, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. CET (Paris)
Silicone protective materials provide robust protection for electronic modules and devices ranging from relatively simple to highly complex architectures and geometries. They offer many of the same benefits including durable dielectric protection, strong barriers against environmental contaminants and excellent stress relief over a wide temperature and humidity range. To sustaining their physical and electrical properties over a broad range of operating conditions, silicone protective materials are as well resistant to ozone and ultraviolet degradation and have good chemical stability.
Dow’s silicone protective material portfolio includes a broad range of proven and customized gels, encapsulants, and conformal coatings differentiating in material as well as processing and performance related properties to meet variable customer needs.
Register now to discover how to boost the reliability of printed circuit boards (PCB) with silicone gels, encapsulants or coatings from Dow.
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Technical Service & Development (TS&D) Professional, Advanced Assembly Solutions Europe, Dow Performance Silicones
Christian Zitzmann is a Technical Service & Development (TS&D) Professional for Advanced Assembly Solutions Europe, Dow Performance Silicones. He earned his degree in environmental engineering at University of Applied Sciences Wiesbaden (Germany) in 2005. Since 2007, he has worked at Dow Silicones Deutschland in Wiesbaden in various roles – from environmental, health and safety to application engineering.
Technical Service & Development (TS&D), Specialist Advanced Assembly Solutions Europe, Dow Performance Silicones
Thierry Cooremans is a Technical Service & Development (TS&D) Specialist for Advanced Assembly Solutions Europe, Dow Performance Silicones. In 2015, he earned his master of science in engineering with a major in chemistry from the Institut Supérieur Industriel de Charleroi, Belgium. Since 2011, he has worked at Dow Silicones Belgium-Seneffe in various positions — from production to end-use application development.