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ECE Centennial Celebration

CENTENNIAL SPEAKERS


Saturday, September 27, 2008


ECE Centennial Forum #1:
"The Future of Information Systems & Communications"


Moderator:
Nariman Farvardin
, Senior VP for Academic Affairs & Provost, University of Md.

Panelists:
Victor Bahl, Principal Researcher, Microsoft Corp.
Michael Brown (B.S., CS, ‘92), Executive VP, comScore
Douglas Himberger, VP, Booz Allen Hamilton
Rajiv Laroia, (Ph.D., EE, ‘92), CTO, Qualcomm Flarion Technologies



Centennial Luncheon
Speaker: William E. Kirwan, Chancellor, University System of Maryland


ECE Centennial Forum #2:
"The Future of Energy"


Moderator:
H. Frederick Dylla, Executive Director & CEO, American Institute of Physics

Panelists:
David Goodstein, Professor & Former Vice Provost, Cal. Tech.
Larry Kazmerski, Director, Photovoltaics, Natl. Renewable Energy Lab (NREL)
Joseph Turnage, Senior VP, Constellation Energy
Steven Cowley, Director, Culham Science Center, UK, Professor, UCLA



Centennial Gala and Dinner

Keynote Speaker:
Dean Kamen, Inventor, DEKA Research and Founder, FIRST Foundation


See Complete Centennial Program Schedule


Register online or contact Director of Public Relations Ted Knight at 301.405.3596 or teknight@umd.edu.


ECE Centennial Celebrations Sponsored by:

Qualcomm
Centennial Partner Level Sponsor
Texas Instruments
Gold Level Sponsor
Booz | Allen | Hamilton
Gold Level Sponsor
Lockheed Martin
Silver Level Sponsor
Thales Communications
Bronze Level Sponsor
Sun Microsystems
Bronze Level Sponsor


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