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Ultra-Low-Power Integrated Circuits and Physiochemical Sensors for Next-Generation “Unawearables”

September 25 @ 18:30 - 20:30 EDT

Co-sponsored by: Washington/NoVA Microwave Theory and Techniques Chapter, Washington/NoVA/Baltimore Circuits and Systems Chapter, Washington/NoVA Sensors Council Chapter, Baltimore Chapter of Electron Devices and Solid-State-Circuits

The IEEE invites you to a Distinguished Lecture by Prof. Patrick Mercier, UC San Diego, titled “Ultra-Low-Power Integrated Circuits and Physiochemical Sensors for Next Generation “Unawearables” in the A.V. Williams Building, Room 2460, University of Maryland, College Park MD on Sep 25th, 2019. The night begins at 6:30 pm with a reception followed by the lecture from 7:15 – 8:30 pm.

Sponsored by
IEEE Washington/Northern Virginia Microwave Theory and Techniques Chapter
IEEE Washington/NoVA/Baltimore Circuits and Systems Chapter
IEEE Washington/NoVA Sensors Council Chapter
IEEE Baltimore Chapter of Electron Devices and Solid-State-Circuits

Speaker(s): Prof. Patrick Mercier,

Agenda:

6:30 – 7:15 PM : Social / Networking
7:15 – 8:30 PM : Lecture / Q&A

All times are US/Eastern.

There is no registration fee but please register so we have a head count for F&B. 

 

Directions and parking

The A.V. Williams Building is Building #115 on the campus map.

Refer to  https://transportation.umd.edu/parking/maps/umd-campus-parking-map

for directions to visitor parking.

There are several parking lots nearby that offer free parking after 4pm.  Options include lot H, CC1, FF2, and lots B and RR in the Regents Drive Garage. Handicapped parking is available in GG2.

Be careful to check the signposts in the parking lots for updated information when you arrive.
Available lots will state that they are “Unrestricted after 4PM”.

Location:
Room: 2460
Bldg: A.V. Williams Building
8223 Paint Branch Drive
College Park, Maryland
20814

Details

Date:
September 25
Time:
18:30 - 20:30
Website:
More Information and Registration

Organizer

rbenoit@ieee.org