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Long Island 2018 RF/Microwave Symposium & Exhibits - RF CafeThe 2018 Long Island RF / Microwave Symposium & Exhibits is the area's premier annual event that brings together the microwave, millimeter-wave & RF community. This event is free for attendees but you must register in advance. All Long Island engineers, managers, students and technical professionals involved in these fields are invited. Registered attendees will receive admission to the exhibit floor, technical lectures, complimentary lunch, the networking event and complimentary dinner. The first 200 registered attendees will also receive a complimentary swag bag with gifts from our exhibitors. The event takes place on Thursday, April 5, 2018, and attendees may arrive anytime and leave anytime from Noon to 8:00 PM. The venue is the Hauppauge Radisson located at 110 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge LI.

A limited number of speaking opportunities are still available. For more information: Fast-Track Call for Papers


Long Island RF/Microwave Symposium & Exhibits

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, Managers and Technical Professionals working in Microwave, Millimeter Wave & RF – students welcome


Thursday, April 5, arrive/leave anytime Noon to 8:00 PM


Hauppauge Radisson, 110 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, LI


This event is free for attendees but you must register in advance

Contact Information


Sai Padmanabhan


Phone: 631-553-1349

E-Mail: mtt@ieee.li

James Colotti

IEEE LI Section

Second Vice Chair

Publicity & Webmaster

Phone: 631-755-7352

E-Mail: 1vc@ieee.li

Exhibits & Sponsors

Santo Mazzola


Phone: 631-262-8367

E-Mail: santo.mazzola@baesystems.com

Tony Bocchimuzzo

Phone: 516-662-0830

E-Mail: tonyb@rfsales.com

Technical Programs

Jesse Taub, IEEE Fellow, awards@ieee.li



Posted February 9, 2018

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