Speakers from the world's largest organizations will share their needs and experiences with many world first announcements. Learn of the requirements and case studies from end users and hear all about the latest innovations from companies across the value chain. In total, hear insights from 250 speakers. Register now!
Topics covered include:
5G & LPWAN
Smart Home/Smart Buildings
Industrial IoT / Predictive Maintanance / Digital Manufacturing
Dr. Stetter is President and CTO of KWJ Engineering in Newark. CA on the edge of Silicon Valley. He is also Research Professor in Chemistry at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL, Adjunct Professor at Oakland University in Rochester, MI and Visiting Scholar in Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. At KWJ Engineering Inc., a company specializing in chemical and biochemical sensors, Dr. Stetter continues his interest in measurement science and applications of sensors and instruments for the social good. Sensor and instrument products designed by Stetter are still in use throughout the world protecting human health and the environment. Dr. Stetter has won several prestigious awards for his work in sensor research, instrument development, and technology transfer including the "2002 Entrepreneur of the Year" award given by TMAC (Technology Management Association of Chicago), several IR100 awards, and he has been elected a "Fellow" of the Electrochemical Society, 2008. He is the author of more than 200 journal articles and books, numerous conference proceedings, holds more than 40 patents, has edited journals, chaired international conferences, been a plenary speaker at conferences, given invited and endowed Lecture Series, and is active in professional societies being past chair of the ECS sensor division. His experience spanning science, technology, and business are leading to new patented products in MEMS, Printed Electronics, sensors and sensor-related technology and he still serves on technical committees as well as on boards of several start up companies.