Breakthrough on the Road
Feb
9
3:30 PM15:30

Breakthrough on the Road

President Thomas F. Rosenbaum invites you for a day of discovery! Discover how Caltech scientists and engineers work to expand the boundaries of knowledge and invent technologies that benefit society and enjoy fast-paced presentations from Caltech faculty who are reshaping the way we think about our world.

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Dinner with Techers
Feb
23
6:00 PM18:00

Dinner with Techers

Dinner with Techers pairs Caltech alumni with current students for small, intimate dinner parties. Volunteer to treat a small group of current students for dinner near campus. Join us after your dinner for a dessert reception at the Alumni House.

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Phoenix: Techers in the Infield
Feb
24
12:15 PM12:15

Phoenix: Techers in the Infield

  • Camelback Ranch –Glendale Stadium (map)
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Caltech Alumni at Camelback Ranch
Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Los Angeles Angels

Kick off the 2019 baseball season and join fellow alumni for a trip to Spring Training! Discounted tickets are available starting at $36. All tickets include a ticket to the Dodgers vs. Angels game and a $15 food voucher. Tickets must be purchased through this specific offer in order to attend the event.

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Reunion Weekend 2019
May
16
to May 19

Reunion Weekend 2019

Come back to Caltech to reconnect and celebrate with your fellow Techers! All alumni are welcome to attend. This year we celebrate milestone reunions for the classes of: 2014, 2009, 2004, 1999, 1994, 1989, 1984, 1979, 1974, 1969, 1964, 1959, 1954, and 1949.

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82nd Annual Seminar Day
May
18
8:30 AM08:30

82nd Annual Seminar Day

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to return to campus for Seminar Day, an opportunity to immerse yourself in a full day of life-long learning. Hear from faculty from all six divisions and JPL about their latest research and ground-breaking discoveries.

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Silicon Valley Monthly Lunch
Jan
17
11:30 AM11:30

Silicon Valley Monthly Lunch

The human genome is comprised of about 3 billion letters. We all differ from each other by about 4 million letters. These differences are, in part, responsible for our different appearance, our different susceptibility to disease, and our different ways of thinking.

23andMe has the largest human genetic data base associated with traits. I will discuss how this data is collected and used to inform consumers about their personal genetics. In addition, we use the data to generate hypotheses about how to make medicines for people who have unmet needs.

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Silicon Valley Monthly Lunch
Dec
20
11:30 AM11:30

Silicon Valley Monthly Lunch

This talk will describe our recent scientific breakthroughs to precisely deliver genes into living animals. Functional delivery of messenger RNA (mRNA) in-vivo is key to implementing potentially transformative strategies for vaccination, protein replacement therapy and genome editing, as mRNA carries the instructions for cells to generate their own therapeutics.

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It's a Wonderful Life - A Celebration of Caltech Alumnus Frank Capra
Dec
1
7:00 PM19:00

It's a Wonderful Life - A Celebration of Caltech Alumnus Frank Capra

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Frank Capra's graduation from Caltech in 1918, a screening of It's a Wonderful Life will be presented. There will also be a discussion of Frank Capra's time on Caltech's campus.

For tickets and information, email events@caltech.edu, or call (626) 395-4652.
Ticket price: Free, but tickets are required.

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Silicon Valley Monthly Lunch
Nov
15
11:30 AM11:30

Silicon Valley Monthly Lunch

Lithography is the crux in making ever smaller devices and driving Moore’s Law. Currently, the leading-edge technology is 7 nm. How much smaller could we go? Have we pushed lithography to its limit? In this talk, I will discuss the basics of lithography in semiconductor manufacturing. I will also talk about computational lithography, specifically covering its technology, history, and future trends.

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