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ISR Director Reza Ghodssi (ECE/ISR) initiated and will be co-moderating a special session that brings systems engineering concepts to the MEMS community at PowerMEMS 2015 Dec. 1-4 in Cambridge, Mass.

The Wednesday evening session, ?The Future of PowerMEMS for Smart Systems from Personalized Medicine to Smart Building to the Power Grid,? will discuss the role of systems engineering within the context of systems integration and the next generation tools that are needed.

The session will be of interest to academics, and industry and national lab professionals. It will be co-moderated by Ghodssi, Shadrach Roundy of the University of Utah and Marco Defazio, STMicroelectronics, Italy.

In addition, Ghodssi?s research group will be making three oral presentations at the meeting.



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November 30, 2015


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