Dear TCF Speaker,

The 43rd TCF program is coming together well.  We will be making up the TCF2018 Program Grid in a few weeks.  If you have already submitted your talk, Thank you! If you have not yet submitted or want to make any changes, now is the time.  For your convenience the basic TCF Speaker info is shown below:

TCF2018 will be on Saturday March 17th. The theme is Wearable Technologies.  Dr. Nick van Terheyden, Chief Medical Officer for NTT DATA Services Healthcare and Life Sciences is the Keynote Speaker.  We will also be featuring Dr. George Harris, co-founder of Basil Leaf Technologies and technical leader of the First Place XPRIZE Tricorder winning team.

We need your help with talks (50 minutes) and tutorials/workshop (100 minutes) related to our theme and all forms of Technology: computer/digital electronics, information/social networking, communications, robotics, home/environmental control, gaming, digital home entertainment, digital video/photography, wireless, networking, amateur radio, education and STEM …

If you have an idea for a talk or workshop/tutorial, please email TCF Chair, Al Katz directly at alkatz@tcnj.edu with Title, Abstract, Bio, and Length (50 or 100 min).

For TCF2018 information see http://tcf-nj.org or contact Al Katz, TCF2018 Program Chairperson:

Email: alkatz@tcnj.edu
Telephone: 609-771-2666,

Dr. Allen Katz
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
The College of New Jersey
PO Box 7718
Ewing, NJ 08628-0718

The TCF IT Professional Conference (ITPC) will be on Friday March 16th and continue on Saturday as part of TCF.  For more information on the IT Professional Conference, see http://princetonacm.acm.org/tcfpro/ or contact David Soll at dsoll@Omicron.com.

The TCF affiliated Integrated STEM Education Conference (ISEC) will again be at Princeton University and Saturday, March 10th (one week earlier than TCF).   For more information on ISEC see http://ewh.ieee.org/conf/stem/.

Happy New Year,

TCF2018 Program Committee