Nestled on the shores of Monterey Bay, Monterey, California is a small town with a big reputation. Its jazz festival is renowned, its aquarium is world-class, and American author John Steinbeck immortalized its hard-living but big-hearted residents in the novel, Cannery Row.
Just two hours by car from San Francisco and even closer from San Jose, Monterey has attracted an increasing number of tech-industry conferences to its soul-calming location.
We are pleased to participate in one such conference, SEMI-MSIG’s MEMS & Sensors Technical Conference (MSTC, February 13-14, 2018). AerNos CEO Sundip Doshi will explore the inner workings of our manufacturing partnership, which allowed his company to commercialize tiny personal air-quality monitoring sensors that outperform anything on today’s market. Sundip will present Building Tiny Gas Sensors Using Hybrid Nanostructures on MEMS on February 14 at MSTC.
Sundip will also give a FlexTalk demo during the co-located 2018FLEX, the Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Conference and Exhibition hosted by SEMI-FlexTech, giving both FLEX and MSTC attendees an up-close experience with the AerNos gas sensor.
We hope that you can join us at MSTC/2018FLEX. We can listen to serenading sea otters as we talk tech. Email Rogue Valley Microdevices to schedule a meeting.