SMTA and MEPTEC announce the program is finalized for the two-day symposium titled "2011 Medical Electronics Symposium - Vital Technologies for Health" and registration is now open. The event will be held September 27-28, 2011 at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. ASU's School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering is co-sponsoring the event. The event is also supported by iNEMI.
The 2011 Medical Electronics Symposium - Vital Technologies for Health topics include:
Day 1, September 27
- Market Trends & Forecasts in Medical Electronics
- MEMS Technologies
- Manufacturing Technologies & Standards
- Implantable Technologies, Products and Applications
Day 2, September 28
- Materials and Design at the Board and Systems Levels
- Systems Assembly & Manufacturing
- Product Reliability & Testing Methodology
- Medical Electronics System-Level Product Applications
Dr. Chris Wright, MD, FACC, Pioneer Cardiovascular Consultants, P.C. will present "Medical Technology for the Heart: A Physician's Perspective" to keynote the first day. Dr. Stephen Kilpatrick, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, will give the keynote presentation "Leveraging ARL Technologies Toward High-Performance Body Sensor Networks for Soldier Health" to kick-off the second day of the event.
For more information, contact Patti Hvidhyld (SMTA) at 952-920-7682 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bette Cooper (MEPTEC) at 650-714-1570 (email@example.com).
Visit http://meptec.org/meptecmedicalele.html to view the complete program and to register.
The SMTA membership is an international network of professionals who build skills, share practical experience and develop solutions in electronic assembly technologies, including microsystems, emerging technologies, and related business operations.