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Satellite meeting organised by Professor David Cumming, Professor Steve Furber CBE FREng FRS and Professor Douglas Paul
Microelectronics is very closely identified with computer and communications technologies. Only recently has it shown that it has potential for much wider application and many researchers are now extending the reach of microelectronics, through photonics and sensing, into many new technology sectors.
This meeting continues the theme of the London meeting with a series of in-depth but less formal discussions at beautiful Chicheley Hall. A number of the London speakers will present summaries of their presentations and then lead sessions with the audience to explore the topic in more depth. In addition, there will be three “keynote” formal presentations.
Alongside the schedule of presentations and discussion, a poster session will run throughout the meeting. If you would like to submit a poster, please email an abstract of the poster to email@example.com by 01 May. The organisers will consider all abstracts offered and confirm acceptance by email. Please click here for guidance on presenting a poster.
List of confirmed speakers and chairs
Professor Roel Baets, Professor Edoardo Charbon, Professor Giovanni De Micheli, Dr Thomas E Kazior, Professor Thomas Krauss, Dr Andrew Mason, Professor David Miller FRS, Mike Muller, Professor Kazuo Nakazato, Professor Anthony O’Neill, Julien Penders, Professor Rahul Sarpeshkar, Professor Florin Udrea
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Attending this event
This is a residential conference, which allows for increased discussion and networking. It is free to attend, however participants need to cover their accommodation and catering costs if required.
Places are limited, therefore pre-registration is essential. Please either:
Register with accommodation and full catering (limited availability) OR
Register without accommodation (lunch and dinner are optional)
Participants are also encouraged to attend the related scientific discussion meeting eFutures: beyond Moore's Law which immediately precedes this event.
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