Würth Elektronik Online Design Conference!

New trends from printed circuit board technology - stay up-to-date at all times by taking part in Würth Elektronik online Design Conferences!

We offer web-based seminars as a supplement to our long-standing design conferences. Our technology specialists and product managers will also shine a light on interesting topics regarding printed circuit boards. They will present to you printed circuit board uses and applications, explain the use of design rules and design tips and much more. Take the opportunity to gain information within a short presentation: succinct, independent, flexible and interactive!

The webinars will take place monthly, the start is always at 11:00 am (CET).

For questions, please contact us via email to webinar@we-online.com.

Our next Online Design Conferences at a glance

Please make a note of our next webinars:

Preview:

  • 02.05.17: Printed Polymer
  • 06.06.17: Drahtbonden

(More information comming soon - subject to change)

March 07, 2017 | 11:00 am CET

Embedding Technology – Project planning & EDA demonstration

Speaker: Jürgen Wolf

Embedding technology offers a high potential for miniaturization in many areas of the electronics world. But how can this potential be recognized and integrated optimally into the electronics system?

In this webinar, we will show you:

  • A brief overview of the various processes
  • The ideal approach in project planning
  • A live demonstration in the EDA tool with tips and tricks for the layout creation

Sign up to this webinar here!

Jürgen Wolf

Jürgen Wolf

Your speaker

Jürgen Wolf studied at the University of Freiburg and in 2004 received his Master's degree in the field of microsystems technology at the Institute of Microsystem Technology IMTEK.

After graduating, he worked as a research assistant at IMTEK until in 2005 when he took responsibility for the Research and Development department at Robert Bosch GmbH with the focus on MEMS-based inertial sensors. In 2008, he became a project engineer in the PCB technology R&D department at Würth Elektronik. Since 2012, he has held the role of Deputy Head of Research and Development CBT.