Hope all is well!
It would be very exciting to have John Cohn as a guest lecturer. It
sounds like he would draw a larger crowd than a usual meeting. Abby
and Tammy - is there anyway to talk to the dean about having him as
one of the CEMS guest lecturers that would be put on by EWB?
Sebastian when did he say he would be available?
This sounds great!!
Quoting Arne Bomblies <[log in to unmask]>:
> Sebastian, this would be very interesting!
> Quoting Sebastian Ventrone <[log in to unmask]>:
>> I have discussed with Dr. John Cohn to provide a lecture on his design
>> experience on the show the Colony (check it out - Discover
>> network - you may be able to watch a stored episode). during the show,
>> clean water was a key challenge with the group building
>> both a sand filter, and also an ozone-ator.
>> John, is a very knowledgeable scientist / engineer including being a
>> Distinguished, IBM Fellow, and Master Inventor. He has a very broad
>> contact base of artisan, craftsmen/ladies, and volunteer groups (he
>> provides key support to both the Echo center and the Haunted
>> Forest, along with participation in a large build at this year's Burning
>> Man's festival.
>> So, I am thinking a UVM lecture, sponsored by the EWB, with a broader
>> audience, but,, used the slot, to also promote the current
>> activities of the group.
>> John is excited to begin some form of association with EWB.
>> Sebastian Ventrone
>> Senior Technical Staff Member
>> CMOS Foundry Logic/Foundry IP Chair
>> IBM Microelectronics
>> Phone: (802)-769-6118, Fax: (802) 769-6206 Tieline: 8-446-6118
>> E-Mail: stv @ us.ibm.com