GSEF is a unique event bringing together the end-to-end value chain of electronics development and production. Looking into the entire spectrum of challenge and opportunity for these fast-paced industries, GSEF offers you, as an attendee, the chance to a tailor-made experience on site. Whether the goal is to problem-solve, source, learn, network, invest or share ideas, GSEF provides numerous diverse features which will allow you to achieve your strategic objectives.
All attendees to GSEF will be invited to attend a Welcome Dinner on Wednesday March 11th 2015 thanks to the hosts, LFoundry. Attendees will have an opportunity to extend personal networks and continue day time discussions at an evening drinks reception, before sitting down for a dinner amongst colleagues.
The GSEF team are delighted to announce a new partnership ahead of the 2015 event. IMEC, the world-leading research and technology group for nanoelectronics, will be supporting GSEF as a media partner in 2015. Rudi Cartuyvels, SVP Smart Systems and Energy Technologies at IMEC will be delivering the Opening Keynote Presentation entitled Challenges and opportunities in connecting the unconnected.
Welcoming various industries and functions through its unique end-to-end offering, GSEF in 2015 is giving you, as participants, the opportunity to tailor your experience and ensure you gain as much value as possible.
Helping us to deliver a newly shaped and representative agenda are the very well respected and enthusiastic GSEF Advisory Board.
Moving away from the traditional powerpoint presentation format, the 2015 agenda has taken new shape. Interactivity and discussion promote idea-sharing and problem solving; goals which every attendee wants to achieve.
Whether you are a product focussed designer, looking to meet an unmet industry need through innovation and idea-sharing, or a materials supplier convinced you can reduce operational costs for leading manufacturers, GSEF is the platform for you. With such a wide-reaching focus and audience, GSEF provides opportunity for you to achieve both your corporate and personal goals.
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