Sunday, September 18
FC100: ESD Basics for the Program Manager - (NO LIVESTREAM)
Ted Dangelmayer is the president of Dangelmayer Associates, LLC and has assembled an ESD consulting team consisting of the foremost authorities in virtually all ESD areas of both product design and manufacturing. He received the “Outstanding Contribution” award and the EOS/ESD Association, Inc. “Founders” award. He was president of EOS/ESD Association, Inc., chairman of the ESDA standards committee, and general chairman of the EOS/ESD Symposium. He has published two editions of his book, ESD Program Management, numerous magazine articles, and technical papers. Ted holds three patents and is iNARTE certified. He is currently president of the Northeast local chapter of EOS/ESD Association, Inc and a member of the ESDA education Council.
Ginger Hansel joined Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector in 1981 as a Test Process/Equipment Engineer to analyze and improve manufacturing operations. She founded and led the manufacturing ESD control team that trained, audited, qualified materials, and established innovative solutions throughout the semiconductor sector. Under her leadership, the team reduced a 40% failure rate in one test operation to almost zero through the targeted introduction of specific ESD control materials and ESD Awareness training. Ginger brought ESD awareness to her other roles as Engineering Section Leader, Technical Training Manager, QA Engineer, Business Metrics Engineer, Data and Document Control Manager, Program Manager and Technical Product Marketing Manager. Ginger retired from Motorola/Freescale in 2004 and became Director of Marketing and ESD Program Management with the consulting group, Dangelmayer Associates.
She has published numerous magazine articles and technical papers on effective ESD control programs and awareness training; examples include "The Production Operator: Weak Link or Warrior in the ESD Battle" and "Cost Effective Failure Analysis Method for Detecting Failure Site Associated with Extremely Small Leakage". She has taught seminars, workshops and webinars throughout the world. For over 35 years, Ginger has held leadership positions in the EOS/ESD Association Inc. such as President, Board of Directors, Chair of the Education Business Unit and has served on the Steering, Technical Program, Standards, and other committees. She is currently serving a second term as President Emeritus of the EOS/ESD Association.
Ginger initiated the NARTE ESD Certification program in 1992 and is a certified ESD Control Engineer. She is currently on the Board of Directors for the Texas ESD Association. Ms. Hansel received a BS in Natural Sciences (Psychology) and a BS in Electrical Engineering Technology, both from the University of Houston. She received her MBA (Executive Option II program) from the University of Texas.