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Thursday, June 29 • 10:15am - 2:30pm
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  • 10:15-10:45am Semi Strategic Association Partners: MEMS and Sensors Industry Group and FlexTech Frank Shemansky, Jr. Ph.D.
With the recent incorporation of Strategic Association Partners, FlexTech and MEMS & Sensors Industry Group, SEMI can now provide additional products and opportunities for collaborationin emerging technologies and growth markets of flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) as well asmicroelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensors. Opportunities in Standards, Advocacy, Market Statistics, Workshops & Conferences, and funded R&D programs will be discussed.
  • 11:00am-12:00pm The Future of Engineering Education Panel Moderator: Roger Grace Panelists: P.K. Agarwal, Michael Georgiopoulos, Marc Madou
This panel, comprised of a range of university professionals, will explore the future of engineering education and career exploration.
  • 12:00pm-12:30pm University Awards
Prizes will be given out after The Future of Engineering Education Panel to the students that had outstanding posters and research on display. Join us as we highlight members of academia for their achievements!
  • 12:30pm Sensors Magazine Prize Drawing
Find out if you’re a lucky winner of a Google Home from dropping your postcard or ticket off at the Sensors Magazine booth # 846! Note: must be present to win.
  • 1:15-1:45pm Coating Solutions for Sensor Applications - David Harrison
Materion Precision Optics manufactures and supplies thin film coatings and optical filters for the commercial, defense, space, astronomy and thermal imaging markets. This presentation will provide an overview of Materion’s capabilities in the areas of gesture control, thermal imaging, LIDAR, ToF, wafer level coating, high volume capacity, 3D and planar pattern photolithography, getter and metalization. Materion’s expertise in developing unique solutions and custom prototyping will be presented as well.
  • 2:00-2:30pm Tronics Strengthens Its Portfolio of High Performance Inertial Products With the Launchof Its AXO215 Accelerometer - François-Xavier Boillot

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Roger Grace

Founder & President, Roger Grace Associates
Roger H. Grace is president of Roger Grace Associates (RGA), a marketing consulting firm specializing in high technology, which he founded in 1982 in San Francisco, California. His background includes over 40 years in analog circuit design engineering, manufacturing engineering, application... Read More →

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François-Xavier Boillot

Product Development, TDK
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Michael Georgiopoulos

Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Science, University of Central Florida
Michael Georgiopoulos received his Diploma in EE (National Technical University of Athens; 1981), and MS, Ph.D. in EE (University of Connecticut; 1983, 1986). He has been at the University of Central Florida (UCF) since 1986 and is currently a Professor in ECE. He serves as the dean... Read More →
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David Harrison

Business Development Manager, Image & Sensing, Materion
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Marc Madou

Professor, University of California Irvine
Before joining UCI as the Chancellor’s Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MEA), Dr. Madou was Vice President of Advanced Technology at Nanogen in San Diego, California.  He specializes in the application of miniaturization technology to chemical and biological problems... Read More →
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Frank Shemansky

Chief Technology Officer, MSIG
Frank has enjoyed multifunctional roles from groundbreaking R&D to technical business development over a span of 25 years. Focus has been on MEMS, sensors, and semiconductor systems including both hardware and software for consumer, medical, automotive, industrial, and aerospace applications.Dr... Read More →

Thursday June 29, 2017 10:15am - 2:30pm PDT
McEnery Convention Center