Materials and Applications for Electromagnetic Interference Shielding


Presented: August 26, 2021 12:00 pm
Presented by: Doyle T. Motes III

The United States’ ability to deploy weapon systems with embedded electronics is a key capability for the Warfighter. Protecting embedded electronics against electromagnetic interference (EMI) from both natural and artificial sources is a critical requirement. This webinar explores the options available to contain and protect electronics from EMI from a materials development and materials engineering perspective. It will begin with a background on EMI, then provide examples of military applications, describe recent research into materials and engineering, and discuss markets and the weaknesses in existing supply chains.


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