The International Microelectronics And Packaging Society (IMAPS) is a society dedicated to the advancement and
growth of the use of microelectronics and electronic packaging through professional and
public education, the dissemination of information and the promotion of the Societys
portfolio of technologies.
Founded in 1967 IMAPS is a leading international microelectronics and electronic packaging
society with professional members in 24 North American chapters and 19 international
chapters. Members of the Society represent every discipline and specialty in the
electronics industry and include both technical and marketing professionals.
IMAPS supports 30 educational opportunities annually that enable these
professionals to increase their knowledge of current research and applications. Students
have their own chapters and are eligible for annual grants from the IMAPS Educational Foundation.
In 1996, the original Society, ISHM, merged with the
Electronic and Packaging Society (IEPS) to become
(International Microelectronics And Packaging Society), the leading international microelectronics and electronic
packaging organization. With this immense growth, the Society now hosts over 30 meetings
worldwide and the annual microelectronics symposium attracts more than 6,000 of the
worlds premier scientists and engineers in microelectronics and packaging.