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Martin Goosey

Chairman

Institute of Circuit Technology

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Institute of Circuit Technology

Majestic Hotel, Ripon Road

Harrogate, North Yorkshire,HG1 2HU

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Institute of Circuit Technology (ICT) was founded in1974, at a time when the first website was still 17 years away. Since then, there have been tremendous advances and changes in the electronics industry and, in particular, for the Printed Circuit Board (P...more

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President Technology

LinkedIn


Vice President of Technology

EIPC Services B.V


Chair

CDT-EI


Affiliations

Rohm & Haas Co

Chief Scientist


Haas Automation , Inc.

Chief Scientist


Royal Society of Chemistry

Chartered Scientist, A Chartered Chemist, A Fellow


Council of the Institute of Circuit Technology

Member


Institute of Materials

Fellow


OCM Manufacturing Inc

Names Advisory Board Member


UK Electronics Industry

Active Member of Key Organisations


Chemistry

Fellow


The Institute of Metal Finishing

Fellow


DTI

Member of Electronics Innovation Growth Team


Aerospace Foresight Panel

Member


Defence

Member


Education

PhD

microelectronics reliability

Loughborough University


Web References(188 Total References)


Who's Who

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Prof Martin Goosey
Immediate Past Chairman


Welcome

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Martin Goosey
ICT Chairman Prof Martin Goosey Martin Goosey ICT Chairman


Who's Who

www.instct.org [cached]

Prof Martin Goosey
Chairman


ICT Annual Symposium 1 June 2011

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"Complex PCB Solutions" was the theme and the symposium was introduced by ICT Chairman Professor Martin Goosey.
Before commencing the proceedings, Professor Goosey said a few words in tribute to the memory of Frank Coultard, formerly Technical Director of the Printed Circuit Interconnection Federation and a tireless supporter of ICT, who had recently passed away. Martin Goosey Professor Martin Goosey returned to the platform to review the progress of the ASPIS project, funded under the European Union FP7 programme, which sought to develop more reliable materials and processes for electroless nickel immersion gold finishing of printed circuit boards.


ICT Annual Symposium 5 June 2013

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ICT Chairman Professor Martin Goosey welcomed the gathering and remarked upon the continuing growth of the Institute's membership, now well into the 300's, and the wide and increasing range of services to members: annual symposium, evening seminars, foundation course, technical journal and website as well as collaboration in research projects such as ASPIS, coordinated by ICT and now in its final stages.
Professor Goosey introduced a well-chosen programme of technical presentations, commencing with an up-to-the-minute review of PCB substrate materials for thermal management The ASPIS project, mentioned by Professor Martin Goosey in his introduction, was in its final stages and Professor Karl Ryder described how his research group at University of Leicester had evaluated immersion gold processes based on ionic-liquid chemistry as a potential means of overcoming the hyper-corrosion effects observed when aqueous gold chemistries were used in the ENIG process.


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