Sensors Expo has launched a University Program to encourage participation from all members of academia and non-profits. The goal of this program is to encourage involvement in the sensors community, as well as the opportunity to introduce research and innovative designs.
Who Should Attend?
- Under-grad and graduate students in sensor research, developing innovative sensor solutions
- Any students exploring career/internship opportunities in sensors/design engineering
- Faculty members interested in sensor research and design
- Non-profit companies who want to learn about sensors or showcase sensor applications
Take advantage of invaluable networking opportunities for academia and non-profits at Sensors Expo, with specific events including Young Engineer Meetups, University Meetups, Networking Breakfasts, the Kickoff Party, Sensors Fiesta, and more.
FUTURE OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION
Discover the future of engineering education and career exploration
The Future of Engineering Education Panel will be held June 28 at 11:00 am. Led and moderated by Roger Grace, this panel consists of four panelists: three engineering educators and one current engineering student. The panelists will share their experiences as educators and educated, and will provide opinions as to their recommendations for their institutions and the engineering educational process in general to help better prepare both undergraduate and graduate students for successful entry into the engineering workplace. The session will conclude with an interactive Q&A.
The Poster Contest at Sensors Expo offers academia the opportunity to showcase research and deliver outstanding visual presentations. All submissions will be submitted online prior to the event and finalists will be asked to display a technical poster on June 27 and 28. The winning poster will be selected and presented with an award during the University Awards Ceremony. All finalists will also receive a complimentary Gold Conference Pass (valued at $1,449). Submissions can be accepted here; deadline to submit is Friday, May 11.
Whether you're new to the industry or a seasoned professional, Sensors Expo offers a range of resources to help start or advance your career. The Career Connection, located on the Expo Floor, provides education, networking, and a venue to make connections with potential employers.
Submit your resume in advance to be included on the Job Board for over 300+ exhibitors to see! Contact email@example.com for more information.
The University Pavilion at Sensors Expo is the place to explore educational institutions with degree programs in fields related to sensors at a variety of different program levels. Plus, see these institutions' latest research and projects on display.