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Tuesday, October 16 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
WISE: Women In Sensors Engineering

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Get inspired by female engineers involved in sensors and raise awareness of the contributions they make to the sensors community! This year's Program will feature an exciting and engaging panel discussion and an opportunity for networking. 

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Jennifer Bonniwell

Dr. Jennifer Bonniwell

Assistant Professor, Milwaukee School of Engineering
Dr. Jennifer L. Bonniwell joined the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department faculty at the Milwaukee School of Engineering as an assistant professor in 2016. Dr. Bonniwell is one of the core instructors to teach control systems and frequently teaches the sequence of... Read More →
avatar for Aleksandra Egelja-Maruszewski

Aleksandra Egelja-Maruszewski

Director, North America Customer Excellence, ANSYS, Inc.
Dr. Aleksandra Egelja-Maruszewski is a Director, North America Customer Excellence at  ANSYS. She is leading a team of CAE application engineers in the North America that are representing the ANSYS brand and establishing ANSYS value proposition to clients in all technology and industry... Read More →
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Elsa Madrigal

Sr. Principal Engineer, Panduit
avatar for Carol Smith

Carol Smith

Lead Market Surveillance Engineer, UL LLC
Carol Smith is an electrical engineer at UL, (Underwriter’s Laboratories) an independent safety science company located in Northbrook, Illinois. She has over 25 years’ experience in testing, evaluating and certifying products for compliance to safety standards. In early 20218... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Elina Vitol

Dr. Elina Vitol

Staff Scientist, Ecolab
Dr. Elina Vitol is a Staff Scientist at Ecolab. She has multidisciplinary expertise in optical engineering, materials science and biomedical engineering.  Dr. Vitol is the technical lead for open innovation and technology transfer in the area of microbial control and monitoring for... Read More →


Tuesday October 16, 2018 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Theater 2