CSI's 30th Anniversary Conference and Celebration
Thursday, November 29, 2012 : 8:30am to 7:00pm; Friday, November 30, 2012 : 8:30am to 7:00pm
University Park Campus
Davidson Conference Center
Registration: early regular $200, early student $120, late regular $250, late student $180
The Communication Sciences Institute (CSI) of the University of Southern California has played a distinguished role in the development of modern communications systems over the past 30 years. Join us for a day and a half event with plenty of opportunity for exchanging memories of the past and ideas for the future.
The Communication Sciences Institute (CSI) of the University of Southern California has played a distinguished role in the development of modern communications systems over the past 30 years. With two members of National Academy of Sciences, six members of the National Academy of Engineering, four Shannon lecturers, and numerous alumni that made their mark in the wireless industry, CSI has contributed to one of the most exciting and vibrant areas of engineering.
The 30th anniversary will be celebrated by a high-quality conference/meeting with distinguished speakers from industry and academia led by two keynotes: famous scientist and entrepreneur, Andrew Viterbi; and alumnus and candidate for IEEE President, J. Roberto B. de Marca. The technical program will be accompanied by a social program that will give alumni and friends the opportunity to connect and exchange memories and ideas about the future.
We expect to have 150 participants from all over the US and the world. In order to attend this event, you must register.