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Medical Electronics Symposium 2016 2016 R E G I S T E R T O DAY AT S M TA . O R G / M E D I CA L Marylhurst University, founded in 1893, is Oregon's oldest Catholic university, and the first liberal arts college for women established in the Northwest. Multiple Track Topics Include: n TRACK 1: Designs, Components and Assembly for High-Density Medical Electronics Solutions Chair: John McNulty, Exponent Failure Analysis Associates Co-Chair: Dale Lee, Plexus Corp. n TRACK 2: Next Generation Microelectronics for Changing Healthcare Markets Chair: Celeste Fralick, Intel Corporation Co-Chair: Erik Jung, Fraunhofer IZM SMTA, INEMI, and MEPTEC have joined forces to again host this international conference, focusing on advances in electronic technologies and advanced manufacturing, specifically target- ing medical and bioscience applications. Last year's conference attracted about 200 attendees and more than 30 exhibitors. In prior years, MEPTEC's and SMTA's conferences were held in Phoenix, Arizona and Milpitas, CA, respectively, drawing tech- nology experts, entrepreneurs and service providers that work in this niche technology space. Typical applications within this space involve implantable defibrillators, neurostimulators and drug delivery, interventional catheters, pillcams, ultrasound trans- ducers, hearing aids, biosensors, microfluidics, wireless commu- nications, as well as future diagnostic and treatment solutions that may use stretchable electronics, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) or nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS). ◆ September 14 & 15 Marylhurst University • Portland, Oregon TECHNICAL COMMITTEE General Chair: Chuck Richardson, iNEMI Technical Chair: Peter Tortorici, Medtronic Microelectronics Center Don Banks, St. Jude Medical Bette Cooper, MEPTEC Jenny Ng, SMTA Bob Rogers, Intel Corporation REGISTRATION SPECIAL Four Registrations for the Price of Three! Sponsorship Opportunities and Exhibit Spaces Available

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