Lectures given at a major Symposium sponsored by the Society.
Certificate and reimbursement for international lecture tour.
Funded by the IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control Society.
First presented in 1980
Good speaking style, a prominent contributor to topic of lecture, willingness to commit significant time and energy to preparation/travel/lectures. Lecture topic must be of current interest to IEEE audience.
Must be a member of IEEE and UFFC, and a prominent contributor in the field of Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, or Frequency Control.
Any member may submit a nomination by sending the nominee’s name and a description of that person’s main contributions, along with the submitter’s own name and address. Members are also encouraged to suggest topics that they feel would be of interest.
Send nominations and topics to:
Bernhard R. Tittmann
Penn State University
212 EES Building
University Park, PA 16802
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Impact of new technologies and novel clinical needs on the development of ultrasound imaging.
Advances in Development and Applications of Piezoelectric Materials
Light and Sound: Integrating Photonics with Ultrasonics
Vapour cell atomic clocks and the measurement of time
A Discussion of Defects, Crystal Chemistry, Thermochemistry, Non-equilibrium Processing and the Impact on Properties of Ferroelectric Materials.
Optical atomic clocks with single trapped ions.
Phase Stability in Next-generation Atomic Frequency Standards.
Combining ultrasound with chemo and immunotherapy to cure cancers.
Pushing the Performance of Electro-Mechanical Thin Films.
Medical Ultrasound Technology: From Pulse-Echo to Ultrasound Radiation Force
Precise Time Scales and Navigation Systems, the Ultimate Challenge to Time Metrology.
Piezoelectric Films for Microelectromechanical Systems.
Innovation Drives Quality: New Generation of High Resolution Ultrasonic Imaging Technology for Material Characterization and NDT in Advanced Automotive Manufacturing.