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On behalf of the Transducers Research Foundation and the Organizing Committees for the 18th International Conference on Solid State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems, I invite you to begin your preparations to attend and support Transducers 2015 planned for June 21-25 in Anchorage Alaska. We are excited to have secured a unique venue in an exceptional location for the meeting, and are preparing a meeting that will deliver technological innovation, opportunities for collaboration and learning, as well as experiences that you'll always remember.

The Dena'ina Center in Downtown Anchorage provides a perfect space for our meeting, with 47,000 Sq ft of exhibit space, where there will be space for ~60 exhibit booths situated among the technical poster exhibit and also the break refreshments, intended to guarantee a steady flow of attendees to the exhibit space, and to provide the preferred location for gatherings and discussions.

As is always the case, Transducers 2015 is seeking exhibitors and sponsors, and we encourage you to begin planning to attend, exhibit and support the meeting. Elsewhere in this brochure, you will find the details for participating in the meeting, and we encourage you to ask us any questions that come to mind. Our conference is more than a year away - while it is never too late to support the meeting, it is also never too soon to begin making plans. This unique venue and opportunity has us thinking in creative ways about this meeting, so if you have any ideas you'd like to suggest for creative ways to engage with the meeting, please don't hesitate to contact all of us.

We all look forward to seeing you in Anchorage in June 2015!

Thomas W. Kenny
General Chair, Transducers 2015

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