From RFID to Cyber-Physical Systems: Reality, Dreams, and Fantasy

Room: Second Floor, Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314

The IEEE-MTT Washington DC Northern Virginia joint Chapter In collaboration with the Council of RFID cordially invites you to a Distinguished lecture by Professor Magdy Bayoumi, titled “From RFID to Cyber-Physical Systems: Reality, Dreams, and Fantasy” and a night of science and history at the Lyceum in Old Town Alexandria on November 10th, 2016 at 6:30 pm reception, 7:00-8:30 pm lecture, followed with a no-host dinner with the speaker at an old town restaurant. Speaker(s): Prof.Magdy Bayoumi, Agenda: Door opens at 6:30pm Free parking available at the Lyceum on a first-come basis Metered parking on the street, free after 9:00pm Additional parking at 111 S Pitt St (directions, tel.: (877) 385-4113 for parking prices) Metro stop: Yellow and Blue Line, King street Metro Station (directions) Free King Street Trolley (info) 7:00pm - 8:30pm lecture Dinner with Dr. Paul Frisch will follow after the lecture The dinner is a no-host event The restaurnat is TBD. Please, RSVP by email for a preliminary headcount for the restaurant.  Please see MTT-S Chapter website for further information on future talks. Location: Room: Second Floor Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314 201 S Washington St Alexandria, Louisiana 22314

The Impact of RFID / RTLS in Healthcare, Enhancing Patient Care and Optimizing Workflow and Business Processes

Room: Second Floor, Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314

The IEEE-MTT Washington DC Northern Virginia joint Chapter In collaboration with the Council of RFID cordially invites you to a Distinguished lecture by Dr. Paul Frisch, FHIMSS, titled ““The Impact of RFID / RTLS in Healthcare, Enhancing Patient Care and Optimizing Workflow and Business Processes”and a night of science and history at the Lyceum in Old Town Alexandria on October 25t5,2016 at 6:30 pm reception, 7:00-8:30 pm lecture, followed with a no-host dinner with the speaker at Columbia Firehouse, an old town restaurant. Speaker(s): Paul Frisch PhD, Agenda: Door opens at 6:30pm Free parking available at the Lyceum on a first-come basis Metered parking on the street, free after 9:00pm Additional parking at 111 S Pitt St (directions, tel.: (877) 385-4113 for parking prices) Metro stop: Yellow and Blue Line, King street Metro Station (directions) Free King Street Trolley (info) 7:00pm - 8:30pm lecture Dinner with Dr. Paul Frisch will follow after the lecture The dinner is a no-host event The restaurnat is Columbia Firehouse, http://columbiafirehouse.com/. Please, RSVP by email for a preliminary headcount for the restaurant.  Please see MTT-S Chapter website for further information on future talks. Location: Room: Second Floor Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314 201 S Washington St Alexandria, Virginia 22314

The Impact of RFID / RTLS in Healthcare, Enhancing Patient Care and Optimizing Workflow and Business Processes

Room: Second Floor, Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314

The IEEE-MTT Washington DC Northern Virginia joint Chapter In collaboration with the Council of RFID cordially invites you to a Distinguished lecture by Dr. Paul Frisch, FHIMSS, titled ““The Impact of RFID / RTLS in Healthcare, Enhancing Patient Care and Optimizing Workflow and Business Processes”and a night of science and history at the Lyceum in Old Town Alexandria on October 25t5,2016 at 6:30 pm reception, 7:00-8:30 pm lecture, followed with a no-host dinner with the speaker at Columbia Firehouse, an old town restaurant. Speaker(s): Paul Frisch PhD, Agenda: Door opens at 6:30pm Free parking available at the Lyceum on a first-come basis Metered parking on the street, free after 9:00pm Additional parking at 111 S Pitt St (directions, tel.: (877) 385-4113 for parking prices) Metro stop: Yellow and Blue Line, King street Metro Station (directions) Free King Street Trolley (info) 7:00pm - 8:30pm lecture Dinner with Dr. Paul Frisch will follow after the lecture The dinner is a no-host event The restaurnat is Columbia Firehouse, http://columbiafirehouse.com/. Please, RSVP by email for a preliminary headcount for the restaurant.  Please see MTT-S Chapter website for further information on future talks. Location: Room: Second Floor Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314 201 S Washington St Alexandria, Virginia 22314

Silicon on Insulator (SOI): the Enabling Technology for the IoT Era

Room: Second Floor, Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314

The IEEE-MTT Washington DC/Northern Virginia Joint Chapter in collaboration with the Electron Device Society cordially invites you to a Distinguished lecture by Professor Dimitris E. Ioannou, titled “Silicon on Insulator (SOI): the Enabling Technology for the IoT Era” and a night of science and history at the Lyceum in Old Town Alexandria on Tuesday September 20th, 2016 at 6:30 pm reception, 7:00-8:30 pm lecture, followed with a no-host dinner with the speaker at Taverna Cretekou in old town Alexandria.  IEEE-MTT Washington DC Northern Virginia joint Chapter & IEEE-EDL Distinguished Lecture Information See the complete meeting announcement: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/40732 Speaker(s): Prof. Dimitris E. Ioannou, Agenda: Door opens at 6:30pm Free parking available at the Lyceum on a first-come basis Metered parking on the street, free after 9:00pm Additional parking at 111 S Pitt St (directions, tel.: (877) 385-4113 for parking prices) Metro stop: Yellow and Blue Line, King street Metro Station (directions) Free King Street Trolley (info) 7:00pm - 8:30pm lecture Dinner with Prof. Dimitris E. Ioannou will follow after the lecture The dinner is a no-host event The restaurnat is TBD. Please, RSVP by email for a preliminary headcount for the restaurant.  Please see MTT-S Chapter website for further information on future talks. Location: Room: Second Floor Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314 201 S Washington St Alexandria, Virginia 22314

Silicon on Insulator (SOI): the Enabling Technology for the IoT Era

Room: Second Floor, Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314

The IEEE-MTT Washington DC Northern Virginia joint Chapter In collaboration with the Electron Device Society cordially invites you to a Distinguished lecture by Professor Dimitris E. Ioannou, titled “Silicon on Insulator (SOI): the Enabling Technology for the IoT Era” and a night of science and history at the Lyceum in Old Town Alexandria on Tuesday September 20th, 2016 at 6:30 pm reception, 7:00-8:30 pm lecture, followed with a no-host dinner with the speaker at Taverna Cretekou in old town Alexandria.  IEEE-MTT Washington DC Northern Virginia joint Chapter & IEEE-EDL Distinguished Lecture Information See the complete meeting announcement: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/40732 Speaker(s): Prof. Dimitris E. Ioannou, Agenda: Door opens at 6:30pm Free parking available at the Lyceum on a first-come basis Metered parking on the street, free after 9:00pm Additional parking at 111 S Pitt St (directions, tel.: (877) 385-4113 for parking prices) Metro stop: Yellow and Blue Line, King street Metro Station (directions) Free King Street Trolley (info) 7:00pm - 8:30pm lecture Dinner with Prof. Dimitris E. Ioannou will follow after the lecture The dinner is a no-host event The restaurnat is TBD. Please, RSVP by email for a preliminary headcount for the restaurant.  Please see MTT-S Chapter website for further information on future talks. Location: Room: Second Floor Bldg: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314 201 S Washington St Alexandria, Virginia 22314