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March 4th, 2005

SMTA Boston program

Abstract:
During the SMTA General Meeting Dr. Ken Gilleo, ET Trends LLC, will give the keynote presentation "SMTA - More Alive in '55 (that's 2055)". He will focus on what assembly is going to be like 50 years from now, and what will be assembled, and where. It will include nanotechnology and Moore's Law and quantum photonics and biogenesis for computing, linking, and control.

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