Monday, April 14, 2014 – 18:15 at Uni-Mail, room MR070, University of Geneva.
Elphel, Inc. is giving a conference entitled “High Performance Open Hardware for Scientific Applications”. Following the conference, you will be invited to attend a round-table discussion to debate the subject with people from Elphel and Javier Serrano from CERN.
Javier studied Physics and Electronics Engineering. He is the head of the Hardware and Timing section in CERN’s Beams Control group, and the founder of the Open Hardware Repository. Javier has co-authored the CERN Open Hardware Licence. He and his colleagues have also recently started contributing improvements to KiCad, a free software tool for the design of Printed Circuit Boards
Elphel Inc. is invited by their partner specialized in stereophotogrammetry applications – the Swiss company Foxel SA, from April 14-21 in Geneva, Switzerland.
You can enjoy a virtual tour of the Geneva University by clicking on the links herein below:
(make sure to use the latest version of Firefox or Chromium to view the demos)
Foxel’s team would be delighted to have all of Elphel’s clients and followers to participate in the conference.
A chat can also be organized in the next few days. Please contact us at Foxel SA.
If you do not have the opportunity to visit us in Geneva, the conference will be streamed live and the recording will be available.