Members may register for the Symposium online through the member portal. Hotel registration is now available at a special conference rate.
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Let's work together to power your sound ideas. Contact a member consultant or company through our Forum and Referral Network, learn about ultrasonics with our extensive set of learning materials, or meet industry leaders at our next symposium.
44th Annual Symposium of the Ultrasonic Industry Association
- DATES: Monday 2015 April 20 / Wednesday 2015 April 22
- VENUE: Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center, Washington DC. You may now reserve the hotel online at the special conference rate.
- PROGRAM: UPDATED details in Vibrations.
- REGISTRATION: UPDATED fee schedule and registration form in Vibrations. UIA Members can register for the conference online through My UIA member portal.
- EXHIBITORS AND SPONSORS: We highly appreciate your support. Opportunities are listed in Vibrations.
- PROCEEDINGS PAPERS: to be published in Physics Procedia
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