Submission deadline: Friday, December 31, 2021

The Technical Committee of Sensors Converge 2022 is currently seeking qualified speakers to deliver unique and compelling technical presentations at our in-person conference, taking place June 27-29, 2022. In addition to the main Sensors Converge Conference program, we’re also seeking speakers for our co-located conferences: Embedded Technologies, Autonomous Technologies, and Medical Technologies Design Conference.

Our goal is to create unique, dynamic, and educational programs for attendees, who design, create, and test sensors and electronics systems and are interested in gaining deep insights into the giant array of options, decisions, and design tradeoffs inherent in engineering activities.

We particularly encourage proposals from speakers with deep technical and practical experience who can share real-world experiences in designing and working with sensors and electronics.

Proposals for talks that will be given preference in the review process will:
  • Be presented by an engineer with practical, real-world experience in designing with sensors and electronics
  • Reveal new ways of thinking about and applying sensors and electronics in end products
  • Share lessons learned, best practices, and tips and tricks for designing better systems involving sensor and electronics
  • Are based on real-world examples that involve the novel application of technology or illustrate a solution to a technical challenge in an end product, including a detailed discussion of the trade-offs and choices made (and why) during the design process
  • Include a demo to illustrate key technical principles and engage the audience in a creative or more interactive way
  • Include the results of original research and/or deep analysis of current and emerging trends in technology and applications
  • Feature objective, educational, non-commercial content
  • Feature content that has been specifically created for the Sensors Conference and is not available anywhere online or previously presented at other events
SESSION FORMATS

Technical session - 30 minutes
Technical sessions focus on technology trends, a specific real-world case study or application, or a how-to type presentation intended to help engineers gain a better understanding of technology and best practices that they can apply in their own development work.

Tutorial session - 75 minutes
A tutorial takes a deep dive into a specific technical topic that merits more than a 30-minute technology session. A tutorial session should include a case study, a step-by-step guided example, or a demonstration.

Technical workshop – Half or full day (180 – 360 minutes)
A technical workshop is designed to give attendees a half or full-day intensive, interactive training where attendees engage in discussions and activities or exercises. To give attendees time on actual hardware, it may include the use of a development board and necessary software to carry out the exercises. Please note that vendor workshops are separate.

If you have any questions on your submission, please contact Alyssa Smail, asmail@questex.com.

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* 7. Is this session a case study?

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* 11. Has (or will) this session be presented at any other event within 12 months?

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* 12. Are you interested in speaking on this topic during one of our upcoming virtual events?

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* 20. Terms & Conditions:

By checking the box below, the individual submitting the proposal agrees and/or acknowledges that:

1. All speakers listed in proposal have already agreed to present at this event.

2. Each speaker selected by event organizers will receive one complimentary registration to the conference.

3. Compensation/reimbursement is not provided for travel, lodging or other expenses incurred by speakers in connection with their attendance.

4. If one or more speakers cancel their appearance at the event, every reasonable effort will be made by the individual submitting this proposal to replace that person with a speaker from a similar company with a similar or higher-level title and with similar or better subject matter expertise;

5. Speakers will be required to provide a copy of their slide presentation, handout materials, and any other media to be used during the session no less than two (2) weeks prior to the event.

6. The event organizer reserves the right to publish (both print and emedia) modified session titles and abstracts at its sole discretion. Event organization also reserves the right to record the session for possible re-use.

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