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Dr. Nagel to Keynote ISA EXPO 2008
September 11, 2008

Dr. David J. Nagel, Research Professor at The George Washington University, will present the International Society for Measurement & Control (ISA) EXPO 2008 Keynote/Rimbach Lecture on October 15th at ISA EXPO 2008 in Houston, Texas.

Dr. Nagel will discuss the potential for a new sensing and instrumentation market with the continued exploration and evolution of cold fusion technology in his Wednesday keynote address entitled, “Instrumentation for Low Energy Nuclear Reactions,” at 9:00 a.m.

For 36 years, Dr. Nagel has held positions of increasing responsibility at the Naval Research Laboratory. In 1998, he became a Research Professor of The George Washington University. He is General Chairman of the 14th International Conference on Cold Fusion in Washington DC. Dr. Nagel’s R&D career has paralleled developments in MEMS and nano-technology. He is widely recognized as an authority in MEMS and nano-technology based sensors and wireless sensor systems. Dr. Nagel graduated (magna cum laude) with a BS in Engineering Science in 1960, and later completed an MS in Physics and PhD in Engineering Materials.

The Rimbach Lecture honors Richard Rimbach (1885-1979), long considered the Father of ISA, for his lifetime of service to the industry and for his leadership in founding the Society. The Rimbach Lecture, presented annually during ISA’s annual conference and exhibit, reflects Rimbach’s vision in technology advances, training, and motivation.

To learn more about ISA EXPO 2008, or to register as an attendee, visit or call (919) 549-8411.

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