More than Moore and Beyond

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Information on Monday Tutorials:
Trusted Suppliers Industry Session
Monday, 14 March 2016, 8:30am - 5:00pm
Wyndham Orlando Resort, Jasmine Ballroom
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Tutorial 2: Introduction to Linear Photonics (Sending RF/Microwave Over Fiber)
Monday, 14 March 2016, 1:30pm – 4:00pm
Wyndham Orlando Resort, Magnolia Ballroom
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The GOMACTech-16 Committee is pleased to announce our distinguished Keynote and Kilby Speakers:
Keynote Address (Tuesday, 15 March, 8:45am – 9:30am)
Dr. John A. Rogers, Director of the Seitz
Materials Research Laboratory, and Professor,
University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign
"Transient Electronics"
Jack S. Kilby Lecture Series (Tuesday, 15 March, 10:00am – 11:30am)
Dr. John M. Martinis, Professor
University of California, Santa Barbara and Google
“What’s next after Moore’s law: Quantum Computing”

Dr. Michael Liehr, CEO, AIM Photonics
SUNY Polytechnic Institute, College of Nanoscale
Science and Engineering, State University of New York
“AIM Photonics – How Integrated Optics can Benefit from Nano-electronics”

Dr. Malcolm J. Thompson, Chief Technology Advisor of
FlexTech Alliance & CEO of NBMC
NextFlex – America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics Institute - THE FLEXIBLE FUTURE OF ELECTRONICS
Information on Wednesday Evening Social:
Wednesday, 16 March, 7:00pm – 10:00pm
SeaWorld Orlando
Wednesday Evening features the conference banquet, which will be held at SeaWorld Orlando. The event will begin with dinner and entertainment in the Ports of Call area of the park. Entertainment includes a DJ, stilt walkers and the opportunity to experience close up interactions and photo opportunities with tropical birds and exotic mammals. Specially trained educators are also available to provide groups with information about all of these fascinating animals.

Following dinner, guests are escorted to a dessert reception at one of SeaWorld’s most popular and unique attractions: Manta – a mega-attraction inspired by rays in underwater flight – guests will have the opportunity to fly face-down underneath the belly of a roller coaster train shaped as a giant manta. For those that choose not to ride, Manta Aquarium will also be open, featuring ten unique, naturalistic aquariums inhabited by more than 3,000 marine animals. Manta invites guests to share in the wonders and mysteries of the sea.

Tickets will cost $50 for Adults and $15 for Children. Buses will leave the Wyndham Orlando Resort Lobby at 6:30pm, and will return from SeaWorld Orlando beginning at 9:30pm.