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IEEE CTS upcoming Meetings
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Managing Complexity in the Oil
IEEE Spectrum is be hosting a panel on "Managing Complexity in the Oil
Patch," at the Reliant Center in Houston, TX on April 24th from 5:15 -
7:30 PM. This free event will be moderated by Douglas McCormick, and
will feature speakers from Shell and Chevron, as well as a NASA
executive that has transitioned from the Space program to the oil and
gas industry. Cocktails and light hors d'oeuvres will be served
following the event in the Cafe on the Park at the Reliant Center.
Call for Posters - SLIP
ACM/IEEE Workshop on System Level Interconnect Prediction (SLIP)invites
poster submissions. More information
Poster Submission: May 3, 2013
Author Notification: May 5, 2013
Final Version Upload: June 1, 2013
Contact Dr. Zhuo Li, firstname.lastname@example.org
IEEE Electon Devices Society
2013 Central Texas Mini-Colloquium
AMD Austin Lone Star Campus
This FREE workshop on ESD is
for anyone that wants to learn the fundamentals of ESD for high voltage
and low voltage devices, from design to manufacture and test of
products. In addition, the latest industry trends will also be
presented to bring you up to date on new developments.
- Prof Liou - ESD for high
voltage Silicon devices.
- Mr. James Miller - ESD for
low voltage devices.
- Mr. Ross Carlton - Product
- Prof. Zeynep - RESURF LDMOS
- Prof. Kurinec - Evolution of
Phase Change Memory: New Materials, Approaches
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