Lehigh Valley IEEE end-of-summer Picnic

Room: Pavilion #1, Bldg: Covered Bridge Park, 2465 Wehr Mill Road, Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States, 18104

Lehigh Valley IEEE end-of-summer Picnic 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Saturday, September 24, 2022 Covered Bridge Park, 2465 Wehr Mill Road, Allentown, PA 18104 - Pavilion #1 Covered area, Playground, Soccer field, Outdoor games. Adult: $15, Student $10, Child $5 (5 years or under Free) Last Day to Register and Last Day to Cancel (full... Read more

Lehigh Valley IEEE end-of-summer Picnic

Room: Pavilion #1, Bldg: Covered Bridge Park, 2465 Wehr Mill Road, Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States, 18104

Lehigh Valley IEEE end-of-summer Picnic 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Saturday, September 24, 2022 Covered Bridge Park, 2465 Wehr Mill Road, Allentown, PA 18104 - Pavilion #1 Covered area, Playground, Soccer field, Outdoor games. Adult: $15, Student $10, Child $5 (5 years or under Free) Last Day to Register and Last Day to Cancel (full... Read more

Electronics on anything: How Thin Film Electronics can Instrument the World

Room: 334, Bldg: Loyola Science Center, 204 Monroe Avenue, LSC 334, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, 18510

Silicon electronics have revolutionized the processing and handling of information. The high temperatures required to create crystalline silicon devices, however, has limited the application of crystalline silicon to sensing systems that work in a small and mechanically rigid form factor. The development of inorganic and organic thin film electronics has launched a second revolution in... Read more

Electronics on anything: How Thin Film Electronics can Instrument the World

Room: 334, Bldg: Loyola Science Center, 204 Monroe Avenue, LSC 334, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, 18510

Silicon electronics have revolutionized the processing and handling of information. The high temperatures required to create crystalline silicon devices, however, has limited the application of crystalline silicon to sensing systems that work in a small and mechanically rigid form factor. The development of inorganic and organic thin film electronics has launched a second revolution in... Read more

Electronics on anything: How Thin Film Electronics can Instrument the World

Room: 334, Bldg: Loyola Science Center, 204 Monroe Avenue, LSC 334, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, 18510

Silicon electronics have revolutionized the processing and handling of information. The high temperatures required to create crystalline silicon devices, however, has limited the application of crystalline silicon to sensing systems that work in a small and mechanically rigid form factor. The development of inorganic and organic thin film electronics has launched a second revolution in... Read more

Electronics on anything: How Thin Film Electronics can Instrument the World

Room: 334, Bldg: Loyola Science Center, 204 Monroe Avenue, LSC 334, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, 18510

Silicon electronics have revolutionized the processing and handling of information. The high temperatures required to create crystalline silicon devices, however, has limited the application of crystalline silicon to sensing systems that work in a small and mechanically rigid form factor. The development of inorganic and organic thin film electronics has launched a second revolution in... Read more

Electronics on anything: How Thin Film Electronics can Instrument the World

Room: 334, Bldg: Loyola Science Center, 204 Monroe Avenue, LSC 334, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, 18510

Silicon electronics have revolutionized the processing and handling of information. The high temperatures required to create crystalline silicon devices, however, has limited the application of crystalline silicon to sensing systems that work in a small and mechanically rigid form factor. The development of inorganic and organic thin film electronics has launched a second revolution in... Read more

Electronics on anything: How Thin Film Electronics can Instrument the World

Room: 334, Bldg: Loyola Science Center, 204 Monroe Avenue, LSC 334, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, 18510

Silicon electronics have revolutionized the processing and handling of information. The high temperatures required to create crystalline silicon devices, however, has limited the application of crystalline silicon to sensing systems that work in a small and mechanically rigid form factor. The development of inorganic and organic thin film electronics has launched a second revolution in... Read more

Electronics on anything: How Thin Film Electronics can Instrument the World

Room: 334, Bldg: Loyola Science Center, 204 Monroe Avenue, LSC 334, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, 18510

Silicon electronics have revolutionized the processing and handling of information. The high temperatures required to create crystalline silicon devices, however, has limited the application of crystalline silicon to sensing systems that work in a small and mechanically rigid form factor. The development of inorganic and organic thin film electronics has launched a second revolution in... Read more

Electronics on anything: How Thin Film Electronics can Instrument the World

Room: 334, Bldg: Loyola Science Center, 204 Monroe Avenue, LSC 334, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, 18510, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/323430

Silicon electronics have revolutionized the processing and handling of information. The high temperatures required to create crystalline silicon devices, however, has limited the application of crystalline silicon to sensing systems that work in a small and mechanically rigid form factor. The development of inorganic and organic thin film electronics has launched a second revolution in... Read more