2009 Nigeria Microelectronics Seminar Series (Nigeria Microelectro)
|Event Date/Time: Apr 02, 2009|
Theme: Sharing ideas for Nigeriaâ€™s Microelectronics Industry
Introduction: Microelectronics is the engine of modern commerce that continues to shape all aspects of human endeavors. It is the most dominant technology in modern history, revolutionizing industries with ubiquitous impacts that span from entertainments to aerospace. Unfortunately, this vital 21st century technology remains to be transferred,
adopted and diffused in Nigeria. This seminar will provide ideas and awareness on the
necessity of this industry in Nigeria by discussing it under the following topics: design, processes & technology, education, tools, business opportunities, economics and finance, technology transfer, etc. Our expectation is that interactions will facilitate the provision of the necessary instruments or policies for the emergence of this industry that promises to transform our economy and makes it globally competitive. This seminar is structured to provide information for students, lecturers, small businesses, policymakers, etc.
For Whom? Academic community (professors, lecturers, administrators, science and
engineering students); NYSC members; microelectronics researchers; ICT experts and
professionals; government and policy-makers; trade associations, general public, etc.
Dates: These seminars will be held in the months of April and May 2009 across
Nigerian cities. Time is 8.30am to 5pm. The seminars are single day events.
Venue: Lagos (two), Ife, Ibadan, Benin, Owerri, Port Harcourt, Enugu, Abuja, Kano,
Zaria, Minna. Seminars will be held in hotels to avoid the troubles of electricity. Hotel
addresses and seminar dates for each of the cities will be posted in late March on our site.
Cost: N11,000 per participant at venue; N10,000 early registration. This cost does not
include any drink/food. Payment is due at the venue; however, participants can pay
through our Bank PHB account in Nigeria. Early payment guarantees seat, as space is
limited. To make payment or indicate interest to attend, contact email@example.com.
VLSI, VHDL/FPGA, PCB, DSP, MEMS, US Scholarships, Grants,
CADs, Labware, process (with videos), device physics, vendor programs/networks, etc
NeoCircuit Institution Team, USA