If you have a good idea for a technical paper for the 2010 “Designing For LEDs” Workshop, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. The workshop, scheduled for March 17, 2010 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, will be directed at electrical and mechanical engineers who want to learn more about LEDs and LED drivers. We’re looking for papers on thermal management, power control, optics, lighting control and networking. If you’re interested in presenting a paper, send us an abstract summarizing your topic in 300 words or less, along with author information (name, title, company and contact information). Deadline to submit is December 4th. For more information about the event, visit us here.
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