DALSA Corporation invites you to attend the Information Technology Assocation of Canada and Global Semiconductor Alliance's 2009 Conference, taking place on April 14-15, 2009 at the Delta Hotel in Kitchener, Waterloo, Canada. This conference will bring together industry executives and professionals to discuss some of the most exciting emerging technologies and allow us to understand the impact of the underlying microelectronics-based advancements that enable these technologies.
The two-day conference will kick off with a tour of the DALSA Applications Laboratory, followed by an exploratory visit of The Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC). Established by the University of Waterloo in 2002, this research institute is dedicated to bringing together some of the best physicists, mathematicians, engineers, and computer scientists worldwide.
This exciting event will feature an interactive program where microelectronics experts discuss relevant, hot topics, including:
HEAR PANEL DISCUSSIONS ON ADVANCED MICROELECTRONICS!
Don't miss this opportunity to learn from industry insiders, including DALSA CEO Brian Doody, at this two day conference.
Panel: Living with Star Trek Technologies: Advanced Microelectronics at Work and Play
Panelists: Brian Doody, CEO, DALSA Corporation
Paul Kempf, Vice President, Silicon, Research In Motion
Gerry Remers, President & COO, Christie Digital Systems Canada, Inc.
Robert Tong, Vice President, Medical Products Group, ON Semiconductor
Date: April 15, 2009
Time: 11:00 a.m.
iPods; cell phones; 3D TV; virtual communities; health care. This panel of senior industry executive share their thoughts.
Attending the ITAC and GSA Conference will provide you with increased knowledge on the future of microelectronics, and how it has affected consumers, worldwide. Take advantage and participate in this two-day event offering numerous networking opportunities and an educational platform.
To register, visit the Global Semiconductor Alliance website.
Information Technology Assocation of Canada and Global Semiconductor Alliance's 2009 Conference features speakers, panels, and tours of DALSA and the Institute of Quantum Computing