About the Course RF12 Electronics Reliability
RF12 Electronics Reliability offers the opportunity to gain a basic understanding of development, production and test methods regarding electronic components and systems. The contents of this seminar focus on the challenges of practical application and appeal to beginners and more experienced engineers. To ensure the reliability of electronic components, reliability methods have to be integrated into development, production and testing.
Subjects of the Course RF12 Electronics Reliability
The following topics will be discussed during the Electronics Reliability course:
- System analysis
- Basics of statistical metrics
- Reliability in the development of electronic systems
- Reliability during the production of electronic systems
- Testing strategies for electronic components
- Reliability during commissioning and operation
Results of the course RF12 Electronics Reliability:
Upon completion of the Electronics Reliability course:
- You will be able to offer the necessary know-how to ensure reliability and durability in electronic components
- You will be able to define suitable methods and efficient test strategies avoiding incorrect assumptions and evaluations.
The training is aimed at professionals involved in design, testing, warranty analysis, reliability, project planning, maintenance or inspection.
The course consists of 2 days, from 9 am to 6 pm.
Date, locations & schedule
Location: Eindhoven – High Tech Campus 29
Dates to be determined
The investment is €1.495, excluding VAT per participant. This includes the course material, lunch and refreshments.
Dr. Martin Dazer
Head of Reliability and Drive Technology Department at Institute of Machine Components, University of Stuttgart
Dipl.-Ing. Kevin Lucan
Deputy Head of Reliability Department at Institute of Machine Components
Team Manager Reliability Analyses & Testing Systematics, University of Stuttgart
Participants receive a certificate of participation.
Method of teaching
The Electronics Reliability course is offered as an in-class course, but any other form is open for negotiation. We are able to offer offline, online and hybrid courses. This course is given in English.
Maximum group size:12 participants