San Francisco is a popular tourist destination, known for its crisp summer fog, lofty rolling hills, diverse mix of architecture, and its many famous landmarks. San Francisco’s distinctive climate is known for being very mild year-round, with a cool Mediterranean feel. Since it is surrounded by water on three sides, the weather is influenced by the chilled currents of the Pacific Ocean.
When in San Francisco, there is never a dull moment. With its many attractions and visitor and local spots, there is always something to do. View the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and visit the Golden Gate Park, which is a haven for outdoor admirers. Take a trip to the infamous Alcatraz Island, where you can take a guided tour of the facility and learn about its vast history. For the wine connoisseurs, there are many wineries in the area with various wine tours available.
Enjoy close encounters with sea lions at Pier 39, which also boasts many restaurants, shops, attractions, street performers and events.
For the adventurers, be sure to make a stop at Fisherman’s Wharf. Here, you can take the San Francisco Bay cruise that takes passengers on a sea voyage around Alcatraz, Angel Island and under the beautiful Golden Gate Bridge. You can also rent a bike to get around the vast wharf, go sport fishing on the bay, visit the Maritime Museum or just stroll through the shops and stop for a meal of local seafood specialties.
Be sure to visit the variety of neighborhoods in San Francisco. Watch fortune cookies being made in Chinatown, travel through Mission District; San Francisco’s oldest neighborhood, and Union Square; a shoppers mecca!
This is just a small preview of what you will find in San Francisco.
Silicon Valley is in the southern part of the San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California in the United States. The region is home to many of the world's largest technology companies including Apple, Cisco, Google, HP, Intel and Oracle. The term originally referred to the region's large number of silicon chip innovators and manufacturers, but eventually came to refer to all the high-tech businesses in the area; it is now generally used as a metonym for the American high-tech sector. Despite the development of other high-tech economic centers throughout the United States and the world, Silicon Valley continues to be the leading hub for high-tech innovation and development, accounting for 1/3 of all of the venture capital investment in the United States.
Exhibition - 24-26 May 2016 at Moscone Center in San Francisco
The 2016 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium is the world's premier microwave conference. It features a large trade show, technical sessions, workshops and panel sessions covering a wide range of topics. Attendee interests include wireless communication, radar, RF technologies, high frequency semiconductors, electromagnetics, commercial and military RF, microwave and mm-wave electronics, applications, and much more. Attendees represent an international group of engineers and researchers developing technologies to support the microwave and RF industry.
EXHIBIT SPACE INFORMATION
IMS2016 Floor Plan
IMS2016 Exhibit Space Application/Contract & Operating Rules & Regulations
IMS2016 Partners Program
Pricing for 2016 is $3,700 per 10' x 10'. Exhibit space must be licensed in 10’ x 10’ increments.
Exhibit hours have been scheduled to provide maximum interaction between conference attendees and exhibitor personnel:
|Tuesday, 24 May||0900 to 1700|
|Wednesday, 25 May
Industry Hosted Reception
|0900 to 1700
1700 to 1800
|Thursday, 26 May||0900 to 1500|
IMS2016 has selected MP Associates, Inc. (MPA) as the registration and exhibit manager. MPA acts as the agent for the 2016 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium.
For questions or further information contact:
Exhibits Department, MP Associates, Inc.
Larry Dunleavy co-founded Modelithics, Inc. in 2001 as a University of South Florida spinout company, to provide improved modeling solutions and high quality microwave measurement services for radio and microwave frequency circuit designers. He is currently serving as President & CEO at Modelithics. He also maintains a position as a tenured Professor within USF's Department of Electrical Engineering, where has been a faculty member since 1990. Prior to this, he worked for Hughes Aircraft and E-Systems companies. Dr. Dunleavy received the B.S.E.E. degree from Michigan Technological University in 1982, and the M.S.E.E. and Ph.D. degrees in 1984 and 1988, respectively, from the University of Michigan. Dr. Dunleavy is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a member of the Automatic RF Techniques Group (ARFTG). He has authored or co-authored over ninety technical journal and conference papers and holds two issued patents.
He was a founding member of the National Academy of Inventors at USF and has served on the NAI Board of Directors. In June 2014, Dr. Dunleavy served as the General Chairman for the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society's International Microwave Symposium to be held in Tampa which had an attendance of over 7,600 researches and practitioners.
Feng Ling (S'97-M'00-SM'07) is currently Founder and CEO of Xpeedic Technology, Inc., which provides EDA software and IP solution to enable RF designers to achieve system miniaturization. In 2000, he was a Senior Staff Engineer/Scientist at Motorola (now Freescale Semiconductor), working on RF module technology with LTCC and HDI substrate. In 2002, he joined Neolinear, where he led the electromagnetic solver development for mix-signal RF integrated circuit designs. Through Cadence acquisition of Neolinear, he joined Cadence in 2004. As VP of Engineering, he co-founded Physware in 2007 (acquired by Mentor Graphics in 2014). In 2010, he founded Xpeedic Technology, Inc., continuing the efforts to bring the novel solution to the RF design community.
Dr. Ling received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) in 2000. He is a Senior Member of IEEE. He has authored and co-authored 2 book chapters and more than 60 papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings. He has served on the technical program committee of DesignCon, EDAPS, and EPTC. He has 5 US patents. He was the inaugural recipient of the Y. T. Lo Outstanding Research Award from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UIUC in 1999. He has been an Affiliate Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA from 2007 to 2011.
Charlie Lewis is currently the Vice President of Venture Development for Arizona Technology Enterprises (AzTE), the technology transfer arm for Arizona State University. For the last ten years, he has managed the creation and growth of 78 new spin-outs. During that period, startups and their sub-licensees have raised over $425 million in venture capital investment. Charlie has 25 years of entrepreneurial and private equity experience. Prior to joining AzTE, he served as general partner for two Arizona venture capital funds, Arris Ventures and Paradise '94. He directed the investment committees responsible for analyzing due diligence findings and appropriating more than $25 million in private capital with an emphasis on early-stage technology companies. During that time, he was involved in the acquisition of three portfolio companies, one by a public corporation (NYSE: IDR). Prior to his venture fund experiences, Charlie was vice president of sales and marketing for Tritium Technologies.
Charlie was a founding partner of Midas Computers in 1984 after graduating from Arizona State University. The company designed software tools for small retail businesses and was acquired by POS Systems in 1993.
Tom Driscoll is an innovator and technologist with a rich background in metamaterials and electromagnetics. Currently, he serves as founder and Chief Technology Officer of Echodyne Corp, which is bringing to market a new metamaterials radar technology. This technology, the Metamaterial Electronically Scanning Array (MESA), promises to enable a new generation of low-cost lightweight radar-based machine vision systems. Echodyne Corp recently closed a series A to develop and launch its initial product suite based on MESA technology.
Prior to founding Echodyne, Tom was the Director of Intellectual Venture's Metamaterials Commercialization Center, where he directed a range of metamaterials R&D including the initial technology behind Evolv Technologies. Prior to IV, Tom spent 2 years as a Post Doctoral IC Fellow at Duke University working on multiple projects with metamaterials founding father David Smith, and 1 year as a Post Doc at UCSD. Tom holds a Ph.D. in Physics with a concentration in Metamaterials from UCSD (2008) where metamaterials were first experimentally demonstrated, and a B.S. in Physics from Harvey Mudd University (2001).
Super Shuttle is offering the attendees of the IEEE 2015 Microwave Symposium an online discount for using our shuttle services. SuperShuttle operates at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with over 100 vans in our fleet.
SuperShuttle representatives are located outside of baggage claim in each terminal to assist attendees on boarding a SuperShuttle van.