With three parallel sessions, IEEE IFCS 2016 participants will probably miss some important presentations they would have liked to see. Therefore, as an extra benefit for conference participants, all of the oral session presentations are being recorded. The recordings consist of the authors’ slides and voice (no video).
The recordings are available for downloading from the day after the presentation until midnight (USA time) Sunday, 22 May.
To download a presentation, go to http://ifcs2016online.org.
*We regret that poster papers and presentations by authors who opted out of being recorded will not be available for downloading. Authors who opted out and now wish to be recorded please sign a copyright form and we will add you to the list of papers to be recorded.
The IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control Society is proud to present:
At the Plenary Tuesday 10 May 2016 at 8:30 am
David W. Allan – 2016 IEEE UFFC Achievement Award
“For seminal work to the UFFC community regarding time determination, time prediction, time dissemination and timekeeping through contributions to atomic frequency standards, space-based navigation, time and frequency stability analysis, time-scale algorithms, and timekeeping devices.”
At the Plenary Thursday 12 May 2016 at 8:45 am
Jacqueline H. Hines – 2015 IEEE UFFC Distinguished Service Award
"For over three decades of service to IEEE and the IEEE UFFC Society with strong emphasis on administration, finance and governance from Section Chair to UFFC President.”
Tuesday, May 10th, 8:30 AM
Wednesday, May 11th, 8:30 AM
Thursday, May 12th, 8:30 AM
The IFCS 2016 combines a stimulating technical program with an exciting venue, New Orleans, a city renowned for its Jazz, food, fun, and historical monuments.
The conference will be held in the historic Roosevelt Hotel, a member of the prestigious Waldorf Astoria family. The Roosevelt Hotel is located across from the French Quarter and is within walking distance of the city’s major attractions, offering pedestrian commerce, restaurants and nightlife.
There are three exciting Plenary Speakers, one for each day of the regular conference, and regular sessions with many outstanding Invited Speakers. The Symposium program also includes Tutorials and Focus Sessions presented by top experts in their fields.
There will be an Exhibitors reception for all attendees on Tuesday evening, and a Conference Dinner, including the Bucktown All-Stars Jazz Band, on Wednesday night. A visit to the LIGO (Laser Interferometer for Gravitational-wave Observatory) facility in Livingston, Louisiana is planned for Friday morning, the day after the conference.
With an expected attendance of over 300 scientists and technologists who are leaders in their field, plus 20 international vendors, the conference provides a unique opportunity for close interaction between exhibitors and attendees with the exhibition forming a significant part of the overall conference experience.