EMA is all about electronics—the meeting covers emerging needs, opportunities, and key challenges within the field, highlighting the latest advances in electronics, sensors, energy generation and storage, photovoltaics, and LEDs. ACerS Electronics Division and Basic Science Division jointly program the meeting.
And with more than 300 international attendees (a record attendance!), the conference is sized just right—big enough to feature a variety of high-quality research and countless networking opportunities, yet small enough to get to know your fellow attendees. Those 2016 attendees hailed from diverse locations scattered all across the globe.
If you missed this opportunity to present, learn, and network within the electronics community this year—or if you were there and know how valuable the conference is—be sure not to miss EMA 2017, which will return to Orlando, Fla., Jan. 18–20, 2017.
In addition to high-quality technical talks spanning all electronic topics, a buzzing poster reception, expert tutorials, and the not-to-be missed special symposium dedicated to learning from failed research, this conference also consistently delivers incredibly high-quality plenary lectures to get each day humming.
|Brady Gibbons (ED)
Oregon State University
|John Blendell (BSD)
|Haiyan Wang (ED)
|Dominique Chatain (BSD)
The American Ceramic Society values diverse and inclusive participation within the field of ceramic science and engineering. ACerS strives to promote involvement and access to leadership opportunity regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, appearance, geographic location, career path or academic level.
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