Reliability and Failure of Electronic Materials and DevicesBy
- Milton Ohring
Industry and academic markets including electronics. Senior undergraduate or graduate students in electronics, especially interested students in electrical engineering, materials science, physics (or applied physics), chemistry, and mechanical and manufacturing engineering. Mature scientists and engineers entering the field. Professionals training to work in reliability, product assurance, and quality control departments in the industry.
Hardbound, 692 Pages
Published: May 1998
Imprint: Academic Press