Did you know that more than 15,000 Techers are living, working, and building their lives in major metropolitan areas in the United States? Imagine the intellect, potential, and wit at a table of Techers. Engineers to financiers, academics to founders, astronomers to artists, Caltech alumni are a mutual source of support and camaraderie.
Come connect with your local Caltech community and meet Techers who live and work (and maybe play Quacks of Quedlinburg) in your city.
Thank you for your interest. No more registrations are available for this event. Seats may still be available for Mead's Kyoto Prize Symposium on March 15. Go here to find out more.
On March 17, join your fellow Techers to enjoy a fireside chat on Physical Law and a luncheon, featuring 2022 Kyoto Prize recipient Carver Mead, PhD (BS '56, MS '57, PhD '60), the Gordon and Betty Moore Professor of Engineering and Applied Science, Emeritus, and Albert P. Pisano, PhD, dean of the Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego.
Did you know that there are almost 1000 Techers in the San Diego area? Come connect with your Techer community, hear a fireside chat with Professor Carver Mead and UC San Diego Dean Albert P. Pisano, and enjoy a complimentary luncheon with Caltech alumni.
Caltech in partnership with UC San Diego
Mead received the 2022 Kyoto Prize for his pioneering contributions to the field of electronics, which include proposing and promoting a new methodology to divide the design process of very large-scale integration (VLSI) systems into logic, circuit, and layout designs, and separating them from the manufacturing process. He also contributed greatly to the advancement of computer-aided design technology, paving the way to VLSI design automation and facilitating the revolutionary development of today’s VLSI-based electronics and industry.
This special Fireside Chat will be based on Mead’s official Kyoto Prize presentation.
About the Kyoto Prize
The Kyoto Prize is an international award from Japan given to those who have made great contributions to the fields of science, technology, thought and art. "I want to contribute to future progress while balancing the development of science and civilization with the spiritual deepening of mankind." Such a wish of Kazuo Inamori is contained. Prize recipients receive a 100 million yen in addition to medals and diplomas.
Imagine the brain-power and personal potential at a table of Techers. Did you know that currently 3,500 of us are living, working, and building our lives in Silicon Valley?
From engineers to financiers to academics and founders, Caltech alumni are a powerful community in the South Bay.
Come connect with your Techer community in the Silicon Valley. Join fellow alumni to hear a candid panel discussion featuring alumni who live and work in the Valley, and enjoy some lively conversation and great refreshments.
Wednesday, March 22
5:30 – 7:30 pm
$20 registration, includes program, food, drinks
5:30 pm: Community connections, hors d’oeuvres, and drinks
6:00 pm: Panel discussion followed by conversation
Stanford Alumni Center
326 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305-6105
Convenient parking is available in the Galvez Street Lot. Parking is free after 4:00 pm.