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Saturday, September 2 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Electronic Skin Technology

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Future devices will need to acquire more information about their surroundings in order to provide smarter responses. Our technology leads the way in design, manufacturing and deployment of multi-modal sensor skins that replicate or even surpass the performance of human skin. Our vision is to integrate our novel touch interfaces in every day objects so they can perceive touch.

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Josh Baptist

R&D Specialist, eSkin - University of Louisville
Josh is currently a R&D Specialist serving with with Next Generation Systems research group in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Louisville. His work that has been emphasized by research and development of electronic skin technology to improve... Read More →

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Chris Robinson

Graduate Research Assistant, Next Gen Systems
Generally speaking, I like to talk with folks about just about anything. I started my academic career in college majoring in Math and Physics, and a pseudo-minor in Computer Science (there's a lot of math overlap, but only two lines on the diploma application) following a pretty geeky... Read More →

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Stacy Bruss

Director, Event Programming, Museum of Science Fiction
Stacy Bruss, MS, MSIS, is a reference librarian at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). At NIST, she supports all Physical Measurement Laboratory researchers and manages the Innovation Hub, a center with 3-D printers, technology bar, data visualization tools... Read More →

Saturday September 2, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT
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