Medical Microelectronics

5th Advanced Technology Workshop on
Advanced Packaging for Medical Microelectronics

 

Westgate Hotel San Diego
San Diego, California
January 28-29, 2020

 

Premier Sponsors

Overview

The International Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging Society (IMAPS) will host an Advanced Technical Workshop in San Diego on Advanced Packaging for Medical Microelectronics on January 28-29, 2020, at the Westgate Hotel San Diego, San Diego, CA. The workshop will bring together technologists in semiconductor packaging with life science experts interested in applying advanced packaging methods to enable the next generation of medical microelectronic devices. The workshop will provide a venue for presentations and discussions focused on traditional and emerging packaging technologies for wearable, portable and implantable devices, medical instrumentation, and life sciences consumables. Attendees and Exhibitors will be exposed to a wide variety of disciplines to encourage new products, discussions and collaborations.

Program

View the schedule of events and speakers below.

 


TUESDAY, JANUARY 28


7:30am-6:30pm


Registration Open


10:30am-6:30pm

Exhibits Open (when not in session)

Thank you to our sponsors and exhibitors:

AdTech Ceramics
AI Technology, Inc.
Cicor Group
CMS Circuit Solutions, Inc. -- PREMIER SPONSOR
Eurofins EAG Laboratories
Hermetic Solutions Group
Micro Systems Technologies Management AG -- PREMIER SPONSOR
Murata Integrated Passive -- PREMIER SPONSOR

Oneida Research Services, Inc.
Palomar Technologies
PCB Technologies, Ltd. -- PREMIER SPONSOR
Promex Industries
Semi Dice, Inc. -- PREMIER SPONSOR


7:30am-8:30am

Breakfast in Foyer


8:30am-8:45am

Opening Remarks: General Co-Chairs
Caroline Bjune, Draper Labs.; and Susan Bagen, MST


8:45am-9:30am

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:
Flexible, Thin Film Polymer Multielectrode Arrays as Neural Interfaces

Ellis Meng, Professor and Chair of Biomedical Engineering, University of Southern California
Ellis Meng is Professor of biomedical and electrical and computer engineering in the Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of Southern California where she has been since 2004.  She also serves as the Vice Dean of Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship.  She was previously Dwight C. and Hildagarde E. Baum Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering from 2015-2018 and was an inaugural holder of a Gabilan Distinguished Professorship in Science and Engineering (2016-2019).  She received the B.S. degree in engineering and applied science and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Pasadena, in 1997, 1998, and 2003, respectively.  Her research interests include biomedical microelectromechanical systems (bioMEMS), implantable biomedical microdevices, microfluidics, multimodality integrated microsystems, microsensors and actuators, biocompatible polymer microfabrication, and packaging. Her honors include the NSF CAREER award, Wallace H. Coulter Foundation Early Career Award, 2009 TR35 Young Innovator Under 35, Viterbi Early Career Chair, ASEE Curtis W. McGraw Research Award, 2018 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Technical Achievement Award, and 2019 IEEE Sensors Council Technical Achievement Award.   She is a fellow of IEEE, ASME, BMES, AIMBE, and NAI. She is on the editorial board of the Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, and Frontiers in Mechanical Engineering, Micro- and Nano-mechanical Systems. She was co-chair of the 2017 IEEE MEMS conference. She is also an active educator and authored a textbook on bioMEMS.


SESSION 1

NOVEL TECHNOLOGIES TO ENABLE MEDICAL MICRODEVICES & INTERFACES
Session Chair: Rick Elbert, Cicor

9:30am-10:00am

Silicon Technologies: A Unique Toolbox for Biological Interfaces
Nicolas Normand, Murata


10:00am-10:30am

Next-Generation High-Channel-Density Implantable-Connector Technology
Paritosh Rustogi, University of Florida  (Jack Judy)


10:30am-11:15am

Coffee Break in the Exhibits



11:15am-11:45am

Trends in Microelectrodes for Neuromodulation and Other Implantable Applications
Jack Whalen, Platinum Group Coatings


11:45am-
12:15pm

Advanced Development of Implantable Neural Interfaces
Virginia Woods, Abbott     ---   PRESENTATION WITHDRAWN BY AUTHOR JAN 22nd 


12:15pm-2:00pm

Lunch


2:00pm-2:45pm

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:
The NeuroPace Story: Transforming Epilepsy Treatment with the Worlds First and Only Brain-responsive Neurostimulation System

Frank M. Fischer, Chairman of the Board, NeuroPace, Inc.
Frank Fischer has more than 40 years of senior management experience in the medical device industry. He co-founded NeuroPace in Dec 1997, led the company as its President and Chief Executive Officer from January 2000 thru July 2019, served on its Board of Directors since inception and is currently Chairman of the Board. Prior to joining NeuroPace, Mr. Fischer was President and Chief Executive Officer of Heartport, Inc., a cardiac surgery company, from May 1998 until September 1999 and served on Heartports Board of Directors. Previously, Mr. Fischer was President and Chief Executive Officer and a director of Ventritex, Inc., a company that pioneered implantable cardiac defibrillators, from July 1987 until the sale of the company to St. Jude Medical, Inc. in 1997. Before joining Ventritex, he held various management positions at Cordis Corporation from 1977 to 1987 in the cardiac and neurosurgical device areas, serving most recently as President of the Implantable Products Division. Currently he is a member of the Board of Directors of Nevro, Inc., the Board of Trustees of both Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Babson College as well as the Board of Directors of the Epilepsy Foundation of America. Mr. Fischer holds B.S.M.E. and M.S. in Management degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 


SESSION 2

HIGH DENSITY INTEGRATION OF IMPLANTABLE DEVICES
Session Chair: Sam Rogers, Illumina

2:45pm-3:15pm

High Energy, Miniature Solid State Batteries for Implantable Medical Devices
Gary Johnson, Ilika Technologies (Denis Pasero)

3:15pm-3:45pm

Integrating Active ICs to Polymers for Compact Packaging
James Yoo, University of Southern California (Ellis Meng)



3:45pm-4:30pm

Coffee Break in the Exhibits


4:30pm-5:00pm

Challenges Associated with Developing New Implantable Medical Devices
Anthony Meade, Hermetic Solutions Group (HSG)

5:00pm-5:30pm

Understanding Leak Testing of Small and Micro Cavity Medical Devices Using a Radiotracer
Orlando Avila, IsoVac


5:30pm-6:30pm

Happy Hour & Networking in the Exhibits





WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29


7:30am-5:00pm

Registration Open

10:00am-4:00pm

Exhibits Open (when not in session)

Thank you to our sponsors and exhibitors:

AdTech Ceramics
AI Technology, Inc.
Cicor Group
CMS Circuit Solutions, Inc. -- PREMIER SPONSOR
Eurofins EAG Laboratories
Hermetic Solutions Group
Micro Systems Technologies Management AG -- PREMIER SPONSOR
Murata Integrated Passive -- PREMIER SPONSOR

Oneida Research Services, Inc.
Palomar Technologies
PCB Technologies, Ltd. -- PREMIER SPONSOR
Promex Industries
Semi Dice, Inc. -- PREMIER SPONSOR


7:30am-8:30am

Breakfast in Foyer


8:30am-8:45am

Opening Remarks: General Co-Chairs
Caroline Bjune, Draper Labs.; and Susan Bagen, MST




8:45am-9:30am

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:
Towards Connected Healthcare Using More Reliable and Chronically Implantable Medical Devices

Hyowon "Hugh" Lee, Professor, Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University
Hyowon "Hugh" Lee received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in biomedical engineering from University of California, Los Angeles, in 2008 and 2011, respectively. Before joining Purdue, he worked as a senior engineer for St. Jude Medicals Implantable Electronics Systems Division where he worked on manufacturing challenges associated with implantable electronic devices such as pacemakers, implantable cardioverter defibrillators, deep brain stimulators, and spinal cord stimulators. At UCLA, he trained in the areas of neuroengineering and microfabrication under Jack Judy. His current research interest centers around improving the reliability and functionality of implantable sensors and actuators. He is a co-founder of Rescue Biomedical, LLC, which focuses on closed-loop solution for automatic naloxone delivery for opioid overdose. His lab is currently supported by NIH, NSF, Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Samsung, and Eli Lilly.


SESSION 3

BIOSENSORS FOR ADVANCING DEVICE FUNCTIONALITY
Session Chair: Tim LeClair, Cerapax

9:30am-10:00am

Adding a New Sensing Dimension to Soft Electronics: from the Skin to Below the Skin
Sheng Xu, University of California San Diego

10:00am-10:30amAI-native Discovery Platform for Comprehensive Cancer Profiling
Jiyun Byun, Epic Sciences


10:30am-11:15am

Coffee Break in the Exhibits


11:15am-11:45am

Update on Development Progress of Biocompatible LCP Electrodes and Catheters
Susan Bagen, MST

11:45am-12:15pm

Circuit Protection Components for Miniaturized Medical Devices
V V Srini Srinivasan, Manufacturing Networks, Inc




12:15pm-1:30pm

Lunch





1:30pm-2:15pm

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:
Opportunities in Biosensing with the Emergence of New Materials

Ross Bundy, Co-Founder and Chief Production Officer, Cardea
Ross Bundy is the co-founder and Chief Production Officer of Cardea. In this role he is responsible for production at Cardea. With an MBA from San Diego State University, Ross has held positions in supply chain, operations, and finance from companies such as General Dynamics and UBC Financial Services. He brings precision execution and implementation to the company.


SESSION 4

APPLICATIONS, WEARABLES AND DIAGNOSTICS
Session Chair: Vern Stygar, Asahi Glass Company

2:15pm-2:45pm

Printed Electronics - Pushing the Limits
Rick Elbert, Cicor


2:45pm-3:15pm

Trends in Medical Wearables and Diagnostic Systems
Nick Leonardi, SMART Microsystems




3:15pm-4:00pm

Coffee Break in the Exhibits


4:00pm-5:00pm

TUTORIAL:  Design-for-reliability and Accelerated Testing of Solder Joint Interconnections in Medical Electronics
Ephraim Suhir, ERS Co.



5:00pm

Closing Remarks


 

Sponsors and Exhibitors


Thank You to our Premier Sponsors

 

Thank You to our Additional Exhibitors

 

AdTech Ceramics
AI Technology, Inc.
Cicor Group
Eurofins EAG Laboratories
Hermetic Solutions Group
Oneida Research Services, Inc.
Palomar Technologies
Promex Industries

Registration Fees

Early registration discounts end on January 10th!

 

Registration TypeEarly Fee
Through 1/10/20
Advance/Onsite Fee
After 1/10/20
IMAPS Member$600$700
Non-Member$700$800
Speaker$350$400
Session Chair$350$400
Student$100$150
Chapter Officer$400$500
Premier Event Sponsorship
(Includes: 1 tabletop exhibit w/ 2 full session/exhibit badges, print advertisement in programs, flyer/giveaway distributed to all attendees, logo/advertisement on event webpages and printed program. Additional discounted full badges available to sponsors at $300/person. PRINT AD - page advertisement in our printed Final Program. File Due: on/before Friday, January 10 at Noon Eastern. The printed program is 8.5x11 inch format so either a vertical or horizontal format. Full color. We ask for a high-resolution file of any kind jpg, tiff, pdf or other formats will work. No bleeds.)
$1700$1800
Tabletop Exhibit
(Includes: 1 tabletop exhibit w/ 1 booth personnel badge. Full session badges NOT included - discounted full badges available to exhibitors at $400/person)
$800$900


Registration online currently closed

Please contact Shelby Moirano smoirano@imaps.org for registration

 

Hotel

Hotel discounts end January 10th.

 

Westage

Westgate Hotel San Diego
1055 Second Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101

Event rate: $209/night plus taxes and fees

Click here to book online.
Phone Reservations: 1-800-524-4802 (request the group rate for IMAPS or IMAPS Medical Microelectronics 2020)

 

IMAPS has secured a special event rate of $209 per night plus taxes and fees at the Westgate Hotel in San Diego. Attendees should book rooms directly with the Westgate using the online link or phone number above. The room discount will end on January 10th. Rooms booked after that date are subject to market rates.