SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Top industry leaders will converge at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, May 6-7, 2015, for the UBM Canon co-located trade shows, BIOMEDevice Boston, Design and Manufacturing New England, Electronics New England, PLASTEC New England, and Quality Expo Showcase. One of the complimentary offerings to attendees is the Center Stage, a presentation theater on the expo floor which will feature a panel discussion, The Maker Movement Meets Medical, exploring ways that individual, independent engineers are impacting the medical industry with their designs. The panel includes:
- Arvind Anathan, Medical Device Industry Manager, MathWorks
- Alvin Chen, Lead Engineer & Scientist, VascuLogic LLC
- Adrian Fernandez, Microcontroller Development Experience Manager, Texas Instruments
- Harry Paul, Student, Tufts University
- Moderator, Suzanne Deffree, Executive Editor, EDN
Following the panel discussion, Deffree will lead an Innovation Tour, escorting interested attendees around the BIOMEDevice expo floor, visiting suppliers relevant to potential makers. From there, tour participants will cross to the Demo Hall for the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC), which is being held onsite at the same time. Here they will stop at booths providing the inside scoop on their latest innovations that are putting the power of hardware and design into individuals' hands.
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