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Welcome to IRMMW-THz 2008
The 33rd IRMMW- and 16th THz Electronics Conference
EVENT PHOTOS ARE NOW POSTED!
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The International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter and Terahertz Waves (IRMMW-THz), begun in 1974, is the oldest and largest continuous forum specifically devoted to the field of ultra high frequency electronics and applications. The scope of the conference extends from millimeter wave devices, components and systems to far-infrared detectors and instruments. It encompasses micro- and nano-scale structures to large accelerators and Tokomaks and applications as diverse as space science, biology and medicine.
HOPE YOU HAD A GREAT WEEK!
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- ***CONFERENCE PHOTOS HAVE BEEN SORTED AND POSTED***
The complete set of all conference photos is now available on line (640 pixel width) or on DVD (native resolution). They are organized into 12 folders by event and day, with each folder on a separate browser page.
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- We would love to add other photos if you would care to contribute yours.
Send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org for posting.
- If you would like a DVD containing copies of all the web photos in their native high resolution JPG format we will be happy to send you out a copy for a $25 processing and postage fee. Contact Peter (email@example.com) to arrange payment and shipping.
- Remember your time with us in Pasadena.
- See you next year in Busan, Korea!
|The theme of the 2008 conference is "THz for Life" emphasizing the cross disciplinary nature of the field, the involvement of the LIFE sciences, recent emphasis on the search for LIFE in the universe and the LIFE long career opportunities that are a part of working in this unique frequency range.
Special outreach sessions on medical and biological applications were held as well as a number of well known invited plenary and tutorial speakers.
The banquet was held in the historic Caltech Athenaeum, frequented by Einstein, Hawking, Millikan, Feynman, Pauling, Moore, Ramo... Outings to the nearby Huntington Library and Gardens, the Griffith Observatory and the renowned J. Paul Getty Center were a great success. Over 200 people toured JPL on Friday afternoon!
|We hope you all got back home safe and sound. See you next year in Busan!