SAN JOSE, Calif. – October 27, 2009- The International Society for Quality Electronic Design (ISQED) announced today that it has joined the Silicon Valley Engineering Council (SVEC). The SVEC Board unanimously approved the membership at their meeting last month.
“ISQED is pleased to be a member of SVEC and have a stronger connection to Silicon Valley’s engineering community,” said Dr. Ali A. Iranmanesh, ISQED founder and chairman. “SVEC’s mission of serving its engineering and technical society members fits with our goals.”
The International Society for Quality Electronic Design (ISQED), established in 1999, is a non-profit professional organization devoted to "Quality" in design of micro/nano/bio-electronic circuits and systems. The mission of ISQED is to provide various forums and educational programs to present, educate and exchange ideas and to promote research, development, and application of Design Methods, Design Processes, Semiconductor micro- & nano-technologies, IC packaging, Test, Design Automation tools and Methodologies with a focus on "Quality" in design, manufacturing, yield and reliability. Visit ISQED’s website at http://www.isqed.com for membership and other information.
Founded in 1989, the Silicon Valley Engineering Council (SVEC) is a non-profit cooperative educational association of local engineering and technical societies that is formed to coordinate engineering programs, sponsor and promote educational activities, promote engineering career development among young people, and increase public understanding of the impact of engineering in enhancing the quality of life. For further information about SVEC, please visit http://www.svec.org.
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