Mario's presentation, The Effect of Powder Surface Area and Oxidation on the Voiding Performance of PoP Solder Pastes, uses data to discuss how the voiding performance of PoP solder pastes could be affected by powder surface area and oxidation. The presentation is based on a paper by the same name, authored by Indium Corporation Technical Support Engineer Brandon Judd. A copy of the paper can be downloaded at www.indium.com/techlibrary/whitepapers.
Mario joined Indium Corporation in 2000. He holds a bachelors degree in chemistry from Saint Anselm College and a certificate from the American Chemical Society for Professional Education. He is an SMTA-Certified Process Engineer and earned his Six Sigma Black Belt from Dartmouth College's Thayer School of Engineering. Mario is the author of the Electronics Assembly Materials blog, http://www.indium.com/blogs/Mario-Scalzo-Blog/.
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