Call For Abstracts & Presentations: Printed, Flexible, Flexible & Fabric Sensors
By Mat Dirjish
Sensors and MEMS marketing professional Roger Grace is organizing an all-day pre-conference session dealing with printed, flexible, stretchable, wearable, and functional fabric sensors. Mr. Grace is making a formal call for abstracts for this session taking place June 22, 2020 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA.
The session will address the aforementioned sensors and components from a commercialization perspective to support large volume applications including Internet of Things (IoT) and wearables. Attendees will hear from over a dozen notable leaders in the sensors and electronics area, presenting information on current research and development activities, application opportunities, manufacturing methods, and commercialization challenges.
- IoT and wearable systems including batteries, memory/logic, packaging and interconnects
- 3-D Printing of sensors
- Infrastructure of materials, manufacturing and test systems
- And more
Interested presenters are requested to submit abstracts between 150-200 words in length as attached documents no later than March 16, 2020 and sent to Roger Grace, Symposium Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, visit Roger Grace Associates and read Roger’s highly insightful articles on MEMS commercialization:
- Barriers To The Successful Commercialization of MEMS Devices
- MEMS Commercialization Report Card – Part 2: Clusters
- MEMS Commercialization Report Card – Part 3: Infrastructure
- MEMS Commercialization Report Card – Part 4: Design For Manufacturing & Test
Don’t miss Part 5 of Roger’s series in next week’s Sensors Daily Update newsletter