DC1 – Criticality assessment methodology for PCBA features
Vikram G. Kamble is an accomplished researcher with a proven track record in academia and industry. With a rich academic journey spanning across multiple continents, Kamble holds an MS in Materials Engineering and Nanotechnology from Politecnico di Milano, Italy, and a BE in Mechanical Engineering from Visvesvaraya Technological University, India. His diverse professional experience includes role as scientist at esteemed institutions such as the Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research in Germany and the Defence Research and Development Organisation in India. Since May 2023, he has been a dedicated researcher at the Polymer Competence Centre Leoben GmbH in Austria.
Vikram’s expertise extends beyond his scientific achievements. He has completed a range of professional certifications from renowned institutions, showcasing his proficiency in areas like project management, negotiation, and human resources. Notably, he has excelled in positions involving leadership, teamwork, and integrity. With a wealth of scientific instruments and software skills under his belt, Vikram has made significant contributions to the field of polymer (sensors and actuators) and rheology of fluids. He has authored numerous research articles, book chapters, and edited books, solidifying his reputation as an authority in the discipline. Through his work, leadership, and continuous pursuit of knowledge, Vikram G. Kamble remains a dedicated contributor to the advancement in materials research and development.
“I am deeply inspired by MIRELAI’s visionary mission to train the future generation of engineers for reliable and repairable microelectronics. The initiative’s dedication to overcoming the challenges facing the European microelectronics industry, including sustainability, ‘Right to Repair’ regulations, and time-to-market constraints, resonates strongly with my aspirations. By becoming a part of the MIRELAI network, I am eager to contribute my passion for innovation and cross-disciplinary expertise to drive Europe’s technological sovereignty in this critical field. Together, we can shape a more resilient and competitive future for the microelectronics industry.”
Vikram Gourishankar Kamble – DC1
Host name: PCCL
Supervisor: Peter Fuchs (PCCL)
Co-supervisor: Prof Thomas Antretter (MUL)