Supporters 2023

Supporters

Please contact Teresa Farris or click the link below if you wish to be a supporter!

Southwest Research Institute

Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) is an independent applied R&D organization providing innovative solutions for our clients’ toughest challenges. We assess multidisciplinary technologies, bridging capability gaps and reducing risks. Our space science and engineering program provides government and industry with expertise in mission design, program management, instrumentation, avionics, spacecraft development and operations centers. POC: John Stone jstone@swri.org

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Skywater

SkyWater Technology is a U.S.-based semiconductor manufacturer and a DMEA-accredited Trusted supplier. SkyWater’s Technology as a Service business model streamlines the path to production in diverse technology categories including mixed-signal CMOS, ROICs, rad-hard ICs, power management, MEMS, superconducting ICs, photonics, carbon nanotubes and interposers. For more information about our A&D business contact Jim Will - jim.will@skywatertechnology.com.

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Renesas

Renesas is a global semiconductor company delivering trusted design innovation with complete semiconductor solutions that enable billions of connected, intelligent devices to enhance the way people work and live. Since the 1950's, Renesas has focused on supporting extreme temperatures and no-down time environments with its Intersil family of space products. POC: Kiran Bernard kiran.bernard.jy@gr.renesas.com

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Radiation Test Solutions

Radiation Test Solutions, Inc. (RTS) is the world leader in radiation effects testing and analysis of semiconductor devices and materials for space, airborne and ground applications, in both natural and man-made environments. Our experienced staff and 35,000 sq/ft comprehensive, commercial laboratory ensures we can meet any testing needs, on time and on budget. POC: Malcolm Thomsom mthomson@radiationtestsolutions.com

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IR HiRel

IR HiRel, an Infineon Technologies company, is a leader in high-reliability, radiation hardened power conversion solutions for space, defense, and other hirel industries. Together with Infineon, our portfolio includes ruggedized and rad hard memory, high-reliability RF, rad hard MOSFETs and ICs, hybrid DC-DC converters and custom PCB-based power supplies. POC: Michelle Lozada hirel-events@infineon.com

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EPC Space

EPC Space provides revolutionary high-reliability radiation hardened enhancement-mode gallium nitride power management solutions for space and other harsh environments. Radiation hardened GaN-based power devices address critical space-borne environments for applications including power supplies, light detection and ranging (lidar), motor drive, and ion thrusters. POC: Renee Yawger renee.yawger@epc.space

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Frontgrade

Frontgrade (formerly CAES Space Systems Division) pioneers the future and underpins many of the world’s most critical missions. Our radhard microelectronics empower the world’s leading spacecraft: from leading high throughput commercial communications satellites, earth observation satellites, and manned space, to high priority national security missions, deep space exploration to Mars and beyond, and the latest new space constellations. Our RF transmission and antenna solutions enable space signal transmission, search & surveillance, satellite communications, missile defense radars, missile seekers, electronic warfare systems that keep warfighters safe, and civil aviation radars that ensure the safety of the flying public. Our highly complex motion control products enable satellite solar panel actuation, Mars Rover actuation, and optical steering. Our power management solutions convert and distribute power in the most harshest environment. In addition, our high reliability microelectronics enable genome sequencers and CT scanners that health care professionals use to improve people’s health. POC: Jon Erb Jon.Erb@frontgrade.com

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Aerospace

The Aerospace Corporation operates a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) and has approximately 4,000 employees. The Aerospace FFRDC is aligned to support the most critical programs of the Department of Defense and the nation, and to serve as its customers’ innovation partner across the space enterprise. POC: Thomas L Turflinger thomas.l.turflinger@aero.org

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L3 Harris

L3Harris Technologies is an agile global aerospace and defense technology innovator, delivering end-to-end solutions that meet customers’ mission-critical needs. The company provides advanced defense and commercial technologies across space, air, land, sea and cyber domains. L3Harris has approximately $18 billion in annual revenue and 47,000 employees, with customers in more than 100 countries.

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Honeywell

Honeywell’s products and foundry services offer benefits beyond a high-reliability radiation-hardened construction to ensure systems perform accurately under severe radiation environments and operating conditions. Honeywell’s Silicon On Insulator (SOI) CMOS process offers high levels of integration, minimized power dissipation and high performance to enable reliable, cost-effective products for space military and commercial markets. Our customers benefit from Honeywell’s high-reliability ASIC, System-on-Chip(SoC) and Multi-Chip Module solutions to facilitate a reduction in size, weight and power. These products are designed, manufactured and tested in a QML Space Qualified Trusted Foundry. These include extended access to multiple mature technologies for long term product availability.

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Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman is a leading global aerospace and defense technology company. Our pioneering solutions equip our customers with the capabilities they need to connect and protect the world, and push the boundaries of human exploration across the universe. Driven by a shared purpose to solve our customers’ toughest problems, our employees define possible every day.

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FLARE

FLARE is the Brightest Neutron Source for Radiation Effects Testing: Hosted in a fully licensed facility for a superior customer experience, our state-of-the-art radiation effects testing service delivers the industry’s highest 14 MeV neutron fluence to test and assess survivability of mission-critical microelectronics and other components in relevant neutron environments for our defense and space partners. Our dedicated deuterium-tritium (DT) gas target neutron source, developed over the last decade, delivers a neutron flux up to 4e9 n/cm2/s. The Fusion Linear Accelerator for Radiation Effects (FLARE) is the flagship radiation hardening facility under the SHINE Radiation Testing suite of capabilities including: Broad Spectrum Neutron Irradiation, Fusion (14 MeV) Spectrum Neutron Irradiation, Low Energy Spectrum Neutron Irradiation, and Fission Spectrum Neutron Irradiation.

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The NASA Electronic Parts & Packaging (NEPP) Program is pleased to provide in-kind support for conference audio / visual servicesto both speakers and attendees

The NASA Electronic Parts and Packaging (NEPP) Program provides NASA’s leadership in the development and maintenance of guidance to support the reliable use of electrical, electronic, electromechanical, and electro-optical (EEEE) parts through characterization, lot acceptance, screening, and qualification testing in collaboration with academia, industry, international partners, and other government agencies. (https://nepp.nasa.gov/)


Teresa Farris
Archon LLC
C: 719-964-3617
Teresa.Farris@Archon-llc.com

IEEE 2023 NSREC Supporters can select a level which best fits their commitment (but we do ask that it be a three (3) year commitment if at all possible):

  1. Contribution of $6000 receives one (1) Short Course/Technical Registration Comp, NSREC Brochure Covers and RESG page listing, NSREC website, Supporter signage and recognition at opening of the conference and listings on the Short Course Flyer, First and Final Call for Papers.
  2. Contribution of $7500 receives two (2) Short Course/Technical Registration Comps, NSREC Brochure Covers and RESG page listing, NSREC website, Supporter signage and recognition at opening of the conference and listings on the Short Course Flyer, First and Final Call for Papers.
  3. Contribution of $10,000 receives three (3) Short Course/Technical Registration Comps, NSREC Brochure Covers and RESG page listing, NSREC website, Supporter signage and recognition at opening of the conference and listings on the Short Course Flyer, First and Final Call forPapers.

Payment can be made by credit card and if you choose to exhibit, both can be registered and paid at the same time, or separately.