UCSD Jacobs School offers inside look at Sensor Networks from homeland defense, environment and healthcare
San Diego, Feb. 8 The emerging field of sensor networks will revolutionize the wireless Internet, and help advance the nations capability to analyze data and make informed decisions. National technology leaders and prominent University of California faculty will give an in-depth look at Sensor Networks for Healthcare, the Environment, and Homeland Defense at the UCSD Jacobs School of Engineerings Research Review, February 21 and 22. Reporters covering the event will get a broad overview of the field, challenges for the future, and possible applications. Speakers will be available for one-on-one interviews. (Note to TV editors: Video b-roll of select sensor-related projects will be available at the conference.)
More than 600 industry, government and university people are expected to attend. The event is sponsored by the Jacobs Schools Corporate Affiliates Program, together with the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology [Cal-(IT)2] and the San Diego Telecom Council. For more information, visit http://www.soe.ucsd.edu/Research_Review.
Price Center (Ballroom & Theater)
UC San Diego Campus, La Jolla, CA
For map, driving and parking information, go to website above.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21
1:30-5:30PM CAL-(IT)2 TECHNICAL WORKSHOP
Larry Smarr, Director, Cal-(IT)2
Mike Sailor, UCSDNanosensors for Pollution, Medical and Biowarfare Monitoring.
Michael Nova, M.D., Founder, GravitonAd Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks.
Kristofer Pister, UC BerkeleySmart Dust
Ramesh Rao, UCSD and Cal-(IT)2Design and Deployment of Sensor Networks.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22