Systems Engineering Seminar

ESD Sensitivity & Protection

Presented by:
Jose Daniel Sancho, Honeywell TSI /GSFC Code 300

April 27, 2010, 1:00 p.m.
Building 3 Auditorium

NOTE: Special date and time during GSFC Safety Week!


ESD Sensitivity & Protection

Description: A short presentation on the means to classify and protect parts very sensitive to ESD events, usually classified as “Class 0” parts; hopefully with a long period of Q&A.

The presentation is intended for engineers and technicians familiar with ESD sensitive parts.



Photo of Jose Sancho Jose Daniel Sancho is presently working as a Honeywell TSI Contractor at NASA-GSFC as a Senior Quality Engineer for Workmanship Standards and manages the ESD Control Program at GSFC. He had previously worked as a Sr. Materials Engineer for Hughes Networks Systems and as a senior designer of HP microwave transmitters for Westinghouse Electric Corp. and Comtech Systems. He graduated from Purdue University (BSEE). He was born in Costa Rica and immigrated to this country in 1963, served in the US army from 1963 to 1966 where he also served as Spanish and Indonesian translator.



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