Industry Executives, Professors & Politicians on Counterfeit Electronic Components

Forums connecting academic researchers, industry executives and national politicians are an important way to publicize the issue of counterfeit components  and to explore new approaches to eliminating this danger from our supply pipeline.

A good example of such a forum was one held in Connecticut earlier this year at  UCONN.

The two-day symposium was sponsored by UConn’s new Center for Hardware Assurance, Security, and Engineering (CHASE) and the U.S. Army Research Office (ARO). Mohammad Tehranipoor, UConn’s Castleman Associate Professor in Engineering Innovation and director of CHASE, was one of the event’s organizers.


Author: josephfedericonj

Joseph Federico is Vice President and Director of Operations for NJ MET, Inc., located in Clifton, NJ. He speaks world-wide on current issues in Electronic Component Testing. Among his responsibilities at NJMET, Inc. is heading up its charity programs.

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