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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 (NASDAQ: SKYT) is a U.S.-owned and U.S.-based pure-play semiconductor foundry and is a DOD-accredited Trusted supplier, specializing in custom technology development services, volume manufacturing and advanced packaging capabilities. SkyWater’s world-class operations in Bloomington, Minnesota and Kissimmee, Florida provide unique processing capabilities to enable quality production and advanced packaging. POC: Srila LaRochelle srila.larochelle@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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Jet Propulsion Laboratory

The NASA-JPL Radiation Effects group investigates effects of space radiation on present and future microelectronic and optoelectronic technologies, evaluates the risk of using them in specific space missions, and recommends component and design techniques for JPL and NASA programs to reduce reliability risk from space radiation. POC: Leif Scheick leif.z.scheick@jpl.nasa.gov

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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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Caes

CAES is a leading developer of mission-critical technologies for commercial, civil, military and intelligence community spacecraft. CAES capabilities include radiation-hardened, radiation tolerant and high-reliability microelectronics, applications-specific integrated circuits, advanced packaging solutions, antennas and apertures, RF, microwave and millimeter wave microelectronics, power solutions, microprocessors and IP cores. POC: Tony Jordan Tony.Jordan@caes.com

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EMPC

NOVICE Software is the leader in space systems radiation effects analysis (Monte Carlo, Adjoint (‘reverse) Monte Carlo, ray-trace, and more) and 3D modeling. Maximizing performance and lifespan, NOVICE is trusted on the GPS constellation, Hubble and James Webb Telescopes, Juno, New Horizons, and hundreds more commercial and defense missions. POC: Larisa Milic lmilic@empc.com

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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/)