Industry Workshop on Applied Surface Engineering
Gopal KRISHNAN, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Eng Soon TOK, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Sanjay Kumar THAKUR, Rolls-Royce, Singapore
Gopal KRISHNAN, National University of Singapore, Singapore Email: email@example.com Tel: +65 6516 3507 Fax: +65 6777 6126 Mailing Address: Physics Department, Blk S12 Faculty of Science National University of Singapore 2 Science Drive 3 Singapore 117542
Scope of Symposium
Surface Engineering is a well established technology area in scientific and industrial landscape. The technologies encompass a set of modification processes, at surface level, in order to provide components and materials with new functionalities, enhanced performance, or new and unique appearances. Surface modification techniques gather a group of experimental approaches, from conventional protective plating up to complex deposition or functionalization procedures in fields as diverse as automotive, aerospace, microelectronics, Nuclear, biomedicine and households. Surface engineering, the primary enabling technology has a fair share in semiconductor process and package development and Asia-Pacific region continues to play a major role in new product development.
This comprehensive one day workshop enables the participants to understand and appreciate the advantages and limitations of various surface engineering methodologies and a real world applications from practitioner’s perspective.
Technology topics to be addressed but not limited to