27th Annual Components for Military & Space Electronics Conference & Exhibition

April 30 - May 2, 2024

Four Points by Sheraton (LAX)

Los Angeles, California

The premier event focused on the design, reliability, and application of electronic components for use in both terrestrial applications for avionics, aerospace, and military, as well as commercial, civilian, and military space systems.

A conference experience focused on high quality technical talks, keynotes and panel discussions that foster maximum attendee participation/interaction and furthers our collective understanding of the technical challenges faced in our industry. Showcase the supplier base to the greatest extent possible. Educate the industry, especially young component engineers, in order to secure the future defense of our country.


INTERESTED IN PRESENTING AT CMSE 2024?

Deadline Extended: March 1, 2024

CMSE 2024 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Carl E. McCants, Ph. D.

Special Assistant to the Director, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) for Microelectronics Policy

Talk Title:
Future Microsystems for Extreme Environments

The next major wave of microelectronics innovation is expected to come from the ability to integrate heterogeneous materials, devices, and circuits through advanced packaging, producing a tightly-coupled system that extends into the third dimension, with performance that exceeds what is available from today’s monolithic approach. These 3DHI (3-dimensional heterogeneously integrated) microsystems are anticipated to provide significant performance advantages in sensor and information processing efficiency at the edge, artificial intelligence and machine learning, secure communications, and electronics that not only tolerate, but thrive in extreme environments across the globe and beyond.

David L. Beck

Branch Chief for Capability Assessment and Principal for Space (Logistics) Industrial Base for the Space Systems Integration Office, Space Systems Command (SSC), Los Angeles Air Force Base, CA

Talk Title:
The Critical Needs of a Resilient Industrial Base

Features of the space industrial base include a high rate of innovation, a high influx of capital, and unique manufacturing considerations such as non-recurring engineering, analysis of the reliability, and risk to launch into orbit. Dimensions of the space industrial space that require improvement include scalability, capacity, sustainability, and resiliency. The production demands for the war in Ukraine are a prime example of scalability and capacity needs The Space Industrial Base is uniquely poised to strengthen the supply chain and bring back industrial manufacturing by tapping directly into innovation from start-ups, accelerators, incubators, and science and technology collaboration with universities across the United States. As we stand amid the Great Power Competition (GPC), there is a need to incentivize with a dual approach from industry and venture capital to speed up technology innovation. The DAF must change to effectively deter in an era of Great Power Competition (GPC) and win in a conflict should deterrence fail. To confront the 2022 National Defense Strategy pacing challenge, the People's Republic of China (PRC) or an aggressive Russia, we are launching a major effort to reoptimize the DAF. To achieve a more competitive posture, the DAF is implementing major changes centered on how we develop people, generate readiness, project power and develop integrated capabilities. We must change now to be always ready; today, tomorrow, and every day.

CMSE 2024 TUTORIALS

0800 - 1600

tutorial 1 2

MICROELECTRONIC COMPONENT ENGINEERING FOR THE 2020s

Preview Presentation Notes

Instructors: Ron Demcko (Kyocera/AVX), Trevor Devaney (Hi-Rel Laboratories), Jon Rhan (VISHAY), Thomas J Green (TJ Green Associates)

0800 - 1600

Heterogeneous Integration Packaging Reliability Challenges and Roadmap

Preview Presentation Notes

Instructor: Richard Rao, Ph. D. (Marvell Technology) Co-Chair IEEE HIR Reliability TWG

1630 - 1900

UNDERSTANDING THE MILITARY STANDARDS AND UPDATE ON JEDEC AND NEW SPEC INITIATIVES

Preview Presentation Notes

Instructors: Lawrence Harzstark (Aerospace Corp.), Sultan Lilani (Integra Technologies), Shri Agarwal (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory), Rod De Leon (Boeing Corporation)

This class is free for anyone who registers for the conference

1900 - 2000

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Student/Professional Networking Reception

This is an opportunity for students and young professionals to interact with industry professionals actively working in the field of microelectronics. Come out and enjoy some drinks and hors d'oeuvres and learn about component engineering and exciting career opportunities in the aerospace industry.

This event is free for students, young professionals & conference attendees

Exhibitor Tabletop

Included in your registration:

  • Tabletop (3’ x 6’)
  • One Conference Pass (NOTE: 2 day conference pass does NOT include access to the Tutorials on April 30)
  • Standard electric connection 110V/500W max, two chairs, table and trash can are all included in the price
  • Free Hotel Wi-Fi
  • Links to your website on the CMSE homepage and listing in the CMSE program booklet
  • Print out of pre-registered attendee details on site and Excel file of final attendees emailed after the event
  • Access to digital copies of all technical presentations
  • Catered Buffet Lunch in the exhibits area plus AM and PM coffee breaks on May 1 and 2
  • Welcome Reception with drinks & hors d’oeuvres, Wednesday, May 1st, 6 to 8 pm in the Exhibits area
  • Additional Personnel Booth Badges available for a Fee register below 

      COST: $2,100

      EARLY BIRD: $1,900  - (Expires Feb 14, 2024)


Exhibitor Booth

 Included in your registration:

  • Exhibition Booth (6’ x 10’)
  • One Conference Pass (NOTE: 2 day conference pass does NOT include access to the Tutorials on April 30)
  • Standard electric connection 110V/500W max, two chairs, table and trash can are all included in the price
  • Free Hotel Wi-Fi
  • Links to your website on the CMSE homepage and listing in the CMSE program booklet
  • Print out of pre-registered attendee details on site and Excel file of final attendees emailed after the event
  • Access to digital copies of all technical presentations
  • Catered Buffet Lunch in the exhibits area plus AM and PM coffee breaks on May 1 and 2
  • Welcome Reception with drinks & hors d’oeuvres, Wednesday, May 1st, 6 to 8 pm in the Exhibits area
  • Additional Personnel Booth Badges available for a Fee register below 

      COST: $2,500

      EARLY BIRD: $2,300  - (Expires Feb 14, 2024)

Additional Exhibitor Personnel

Included in your registration:

  • This two-day pass is for additional company employees working at the Booth or Table Top. It includes breakfast, coffee breaks, a full lunch and access to the evening welcome reception on Wednesday 6-8 PM including a free drink pass. It does NOT include access to the technical presentations or the CMSE tutorials.

      COST: $250

One Day Exhibit Pass

Included in your registration:

  • This day pass is for people looking to walk the exhibit area and interact with our vendors at the conference. It includes breakfast, coffee breaks, and a full buffet. It does NOT include access to the technical presentations or the CMSE tutorials or Wednesday evening reception.

      COST: $150

Conference Plus Tutorials

 

Included in your registration:

  • Access to tutorial 1 and 2 on site 4/30
  • Print out of pre-registered attendee details on site and Excel file of final attendees emailed after the event
  • Access to digital copies of all technical presentations
  • Catered Buffet Lunch in the exhibits area plus AM and PM coffee breaks on May 1 and May 2
  • Welcome Reception with drinks & hors d’oeuvres, Wednesday, May 1st, 6 to 8 pm in the Exhibits area
  • If you're a speaker, contact amber@tjgreenllc.com for $200 discount code

      COST: $2,100

Conference Only

Included in your registration:

  • Access to presentations and exhibits on 5/1 - 5/2 (does not include access to the tutorials)
  • Print out of pre-registered attendee details on site and Excel file of final attendees emailed after the event
  • Access to digital copies of all technical presentations
  • Catered Buffet Lunch in the exhibits area plus AM and PM coffee breaks on May 1st and 2nd
  • Welcome Reception with drinks & hors d’oeuvres, Wednesday, May 1st, 6 to 8 pm in the Exhibits area
  • If you're a speaker, contact amber@tjgreenllc.com for $200 discount code

      COST: $1,200

Tutorials Only

Included in your registration:

  • Access to all tutorials on site 4/30
  • Includes a full, sit-down lunch, coffee breaks in the morning and afternoon, and a continental breakfast
  • Includes both a soft and hard copy of instructor notes

      COST: $900

Special Hotel Rate For CMSE Attendees

Book a discounted hotel room at the Four Points by Sheraton (LAX)

$155/Night

VALID: 4/28 - 5/3

(Last Day to Book: Monday, April 15, 2024)

IMPORTANT REMINDER:

THE MARRIOTT LINK ABOVE is the only hotel provider endorsed by CMSE. If you are contacted by other third-party companies offering hotel assistance, please be aware they are not endorsed by CMSE. Entering into financial agreements with these companies can have costly consequences and are not protected by event management.

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