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Transducers 2015
June 21 - 25, 2015
Anchorage, AK USA
www.transducers2015.org

Napa Institute 2015 Workshop
Enabling Future Health Care:
The Role of Micro and Nano Technologies
August 23-26, 2015
Silverado Resort and Spa
Napa, California USA
www.trfnapa.org

PowerMEMS 2015
December 1-4, 2015
Royal Sonesta Boston
Boston, Massachusetts USA
www.powermems2015.org

Hilton Head 2016
June 5-9, 2016
Sonesta Resort & Spa
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
www.hh2016.org



The Transducer Research Foundation (TRF) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to stimulate research within the Americas in science and engineering, with emphasis on technologies related to transducers, microsystems, and nanosystems, and to foster the exchange of ideas and information between academic, industrial, and government researchers.

TRF is the sponsor of the biennial "Workshop on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems" that has become popularly known as the "Hilton Head Workshop" because it has been held in Hilton Head, SC since its inception in 1984. TRF also sponsors other topical workshops in the microsystems field and supports student development through travel grants, enabling students to attend major microsystems conferences and workshops, worldwide.

TRF also sponsors conferences, seminars and short courses in the microsystems field. All proceeds raised during their sponsored events go back into the conference for future years and to scholarship funds to enable student travel and participation at various conferences throughout the world. TRF considers student participation at these conferences a key element to the success of the meetings and the growth of the microsystems industry. Training, mentoring, networking, idea exchange and furthering the research and development interests for sensors, actuators, and microsystems are among the objectives of these meetings. Student participation is essential to accomplish these objectives.

TRF welcomes inquiries from groups who wish to apply for TRF sponsorship of proposed topical Workshops and Conferences that are consistent with the TRF mission. If your organization would like to explore any of these options for TRF sponsorship or student travel grants, please contact a TRF/Director or you may find our contact information on the "Contact Us" page.


Phone: 619-232-9499 • info@transducer-research-foundation.org • Fax: 619-232-0799