Tuesday, March 28, 2017
11:00 am

Associates and Office of Gift Planning Luncheon Series: 1+1=4: The Power of Groups

The Power of Groups from Tiny Chips to Space Super-Structures with Ali Hajimiri, Bren Professor of Electrical Engineering and Medical Engineering

11:00 a.m. Reception
11:45 a.m. Luncheon and program

Our future is being shaped in Professor Hajimiri's research group. The technologies coming out of his lab are creating new hardware devices that will have an impact on every aspect of our lives—spanning human health, information sciences, energy and sustainability, transportation and autonomous systems, and space exploration—where imagination is the only limitation. Recent innovations include a chip that acts as a lens-free projector, silicon microchips that can penetrate a host of materials without the ionizing damage of x-rays, self-healing circuits, and nanostructured material capable of capturing solar energy in space.

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For inquiries, please contact Ruby Rico with the Caltech Associates office at caltechassociates@caltech.edu or (626) 395-6392. This luncheon is brought to you in partnership with the Office of Gift Planning.

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This event is open to members of the Caltech Associates, Torchebearers, and guests. For more information and to learn how to join, please visit our website or contact the Associates office at (626) 395-3919

With a proud history of support dating back to 1926, the Caltech Associates are a vibrant organization of more than 2,000 members who are investors in discovery. Membership helps advance Caltech's most ambitious projects, including new treatments for disease, insights into nature, and technologies that could change the way people live their lives.

Caltech is changing the world. You can be part of it by joining the Caltech Associates and help shape tomorrow. Visit: https://www.associates.caltech.edu





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