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Distinguished Lecturer Program

IEEE Sensors Council Distinguished Lecturer Program

The IEEE Sensors Council’s Distinguished Lecturer Program (DLP) promotes the field of Sensors to the broad engineering and scientific community, and to the public at large by providing lecturers who are acknowledged and eminent scholars in pure and applied sensors and sensors related technical fields, and who can be selectively invited by “local” entities globally. Lectures are meant to be public events and can be given at local IEEE chapters, at universities and companies, high schools, and science fairs.

Current Distinguished Lecturers

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Ravinder Dahiya (2016-2018)
Reader (Electronic and Nanoscale Engineering)
School of Engineering
University of Glasgow

Proposed Topic: Electronic Skin

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Vladimir Lumelsky (2016-2018)
Professor Emeritus
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Proposed Topic: Human-Robot Interaction and Whole-Body Robot Sensing

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Michael Shur (2016-2018)
Professor
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Proposed Topic: Terahertz Sensing Technology


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