European Space Agency’s Space Passive Components Days is one of the premier passive components symposium that took place at ESA ESTEC, The Netherlands on 12-14th October 2016. The pre-event offered to attendees was also a half day seminar focused on capacitor technologies overview lectured by EPCI president Tomas Zednicek on 11th October. Close to fourty […]
source: EPCI, Electronics Weekly The European Passive Components Institute has been selected as a finalist in the “Educational Support Award” category in the industry’s largest technology and business awards: the Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards 2016.
“EPCI concept is a great idea of ambitious project to build a valuable bridge in the passive components industry that links together manufacturers, testhouses and universities together in a new chain that is benefitial for the end users. We have beeing working together with the EPCI founder Tomas Zednicek on various projects on components testing […]