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2013 MEMS Executive Congress

MEMS. The final frontier. What better place to check out some of the coolest innovation in our electronic engineering community than the 2013 MEMS Executive Congress. QuickLogic has jumped into the MEMS space in big way, and this week Brian Faith (VP – QuickLogic) breaks it all down for us. We’re also waxing MEMS poetic with Alissa Fitzgerald (Founder – AMFitzgerald) and Peter Himes (VP – Silex Microsystems) about the future of innovation in the MEMS sphere. Join us as we get our MEMS on!


 

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