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Semi Texas Spring Forum where Brent Lunceford gives Keynote proclaiming U.S. MEMS & Sensors Industry is crucial to National Security

April 20, 2018 at TEL 2400 Grove Blvd., Austin, TX, 7:30-11:00am

MEMS and sensors, Artificial Intelligence, and virtual and augmented reality are among the innovations expected to significantly impact our lives in the very near future. Among these, Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensors are integral to billions of electronic devices. From the smartphone to the smart living room, MEMS and sensors and other bleeding edge technologies enable us to experience the world around us in fundamentally new ways.

Forecasts by Yole Developpment indicate that the MEMS industry will reach $20B by 2021, and diversity and growth are exploding. Nowhere is that more evident than in Texas, with companies such as Texas Instruments leading the way.

How will these technologies fuel growth in Texas and how can companies along the supply chain benefit? The SEMI Texas Forum provides attendees with information regarding MEMS in an interactive format. Join your colleagues in learning about these technologies and markets.

2018 International IEEE "Smart City" Conference where Brent Lunceford gives Keynote

April 4-6, 2018 at AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center, Austin, TX 

Smart cities seek to increase efficiency and improve quality of life by creating systems that reduce costs and improve services through connectivity and automation, incorporating techniques from sensing to analytics and leveraging the complementary technologies of IoT, wireless, and virtualization to deliver scalable, trusted and reliable solutions.

Brent Lunceford gave a Keynote after City of Austin Mayor Steve Adler, on the 4th Industrial Revolution and Smart City Transformation.  Linked to article written by Brent Lunceford Austin Mayor Steve Adler Kicks Off Smart City Conference


2017 HIMSS & International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics,  February 16-19, 2017, Integrated Informatics for Precision and Preventative Medicine, Special Session and Panel Discussion-Advancements of Microfluidics, Sensors, IoT and Cloud Advancements in Health & Wellness, Rozen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, FL

New IEEE MEMS and Sensors Chapter in Texas, IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, October 17, 2017

Austin (CTEA) Expo & Tech Forum

Tuesday, October 10, 2017    Location: Norris Conference Center - 2525 West Anderson Lane #365 - Austin, TX 78757


September 13-14, 2017 – Marriott Westchase – Houston, Texas

Engineering in Medicine and Biology BHI - 2017 International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics, Orlando, FL, February 16-19, 2017. Special Session on Advancement of IoT and Impact on the Future of Healthcare and Wellness. 


Flexible/Printed/Fabric Electronics and Sensors Workshop, a joint IEEE-Northeastern University-Silicon Valley Campus event, San Jose, CA, October 13 2016 

Current and Future Status of MEMS Standards, Texas Instruments, Santa Clara, CA, October 28 2015 

1st Annual Internet of Things Symposium, San Jose, CA, April 2015

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