European Passive Components Institute would like to thanks to all its sponsors, partners and fans for their support in 2017. We wish you a nice entry into the new year and great challenges to enjoy during the whole 2018.
source: EPCI 21st Dec 2017, EPCI, Lanskroun. September 12-15th 2017 Brno University of Technology BUT hosted the 1st international passive components networking days PCNS jointly organised by European Passive Components Institute EPCI and BUT.
source: Würth Elektronik eiSos news Waldenburg/Germany, Lanskroun/Czech Republic, 29 June 2017 – Würth Elektronik eiSos is pleased to announce its cooperation with and support for the European Passive Components Institute s.r.o. (EPCI). The cooperation includes the development of easy-to-use web-based tools for designers of passive component hardware, educational tools for schools, and promotion of the passive […]
source: EPCI, Lanskroun, Czech Republic, 27th July 2017 European Passive Components Institute EPCI signed contract with European Space Agency ESA on passive components support.
source: EPCI news The first Passive Components Networking Days PCNS preliminary programme has been issued today. PCNS is jointly organised by EPCI and Brno University of Technology 12-15th September 2017 in Brno, Czech Republic.
source: EPCI The European Passive Components Institute (EPCI) is pleased to announce openning of registration for the first Passive Component Networking Days Symposium (PCNS).
source: EPCI 3rd April 2017 The European Passive Components Institute (EPCI) is announcing extension of the paper abstract deadline for the first Passive Component Networking Days Symposium (PCNS).
source: EPCI, 20th March 2017. Leading industry experts will lecture 3 parallel 4h seminars on Capacitors, Resistors and Inductors as a pre-event to the PCNS Passive Components Networking Days on 12th Sep 2017 in Brno, Czech Republic.
source: EPCI, Feb 28th 2017 European Passive Components Institute raised an initiative to support young kids with technical education by distribution of free BBC micro:bits to schools in the Czech Republic. A new foundation fund micro:la has been established by EPCI as a non-governmental, not for profit organisation to collect financial resources and donate students […]
source: EPCI news Feb 12th 2017 Lanskroun, Czech Republic. European Passive Components Institute EPCI is pleased to announce Call for Papers for the 1st PCNS Passive Component Networking Days symposium jointly organised together with Technical University of Brno on Sep 12-15th in Brno, Czech Republic.