CLASTECH will be at the Eravant Facility this year. We will have a 4 speakers on Microwave and Antenna topics. There will be a box lunch from Panera Bread.
Space is limited- no onsite registration
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clastech-2023-tickets-707858502837
registration will open August 25 (Registration closes Oct. 28)
Preliminary List of Speakers - order not set yet
Hereis a link about Eravant https://www.eravant.com/
1. Anthony Grbic, University of Michigan, "Extreme Field Control with Electromagnetic Metasurfaces"
2. Adrian Tang, JPL, “CMOS System on Chip Technology for Exploring Earth, the Solar System and Space”
3. Joe Bardin, University of Amherst, “QUANTUM COMPUTING: WHAT IS IT, HOW DOES IT WORK, AND WHAT ARE THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR MICROWAVE ENGINEERS?” (Distinguished Microwave Lecturers - MTT-S)
4. Thomas Cwik, JPL chief technologist, "Antennas, Electromagnetics and Space Exploration at JPL"
Date and Time
- Date: 03 Nov 2023
- Time: 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
- All times are (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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Antennas, Electromagnetics and Space Exploration at JPL
JPL has a long history of building a range of electromagnetic systems used in planetary exploration and Earth science. From originating the Deep Space Network, to building large and small spaceborne antenna systems, to developing a spectrum of microwave and millimeter wave components and highly sensitive instruments, JPL personal and their colleagues have created systems specific to the space environment. Requirements range from communicating with Voyager at a distance of 24 light-hours , operating in extreme magnetic fields at Jupiter, operating under very low and very high power, and the sensing of ultra-low levels of radiation. This talk will present an overview of the systems built and operating, and those under development.
Dr. Tom Cwik is Chief Technologist for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In this role he provides strategic leadership for research in advanced technology and serves as the focal point for technology interactions with NASA, companies, universities and the external research community. This includes being responsible for management and development of NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate work at JPL, and directing internal investments across the Lab. He is responsible for guiding the infusion of new technology into the Laboratory mission portfolio.
8:00 AM Registration open
9:00 AM First talk-
10:00 AM 30 min break
10:30 AM Second talk-
11:30 AM Lunch
1:00 PM 3rd talk-
2:00 PM 30 min break
2:30 PM 4th talk-
3:30 PM Closing social