Francis Lee, board chair and former CEO of Synaptics, Inc., spoke on Tuesday, April 23 at Kemper Hall on the UC Davis campus.
A 1974 graduate of UC Davis, Lee has led Synaptics' growth into a leading worldwide developer of custom-designed user interface solutions for mobile computing, communications and entertainment devices. Synaptics' mission is to enrich the interaction between users and their intelligent devices. Synaptics products emphasize ease of use, small size, low power consumption, advanced functionality, durability and reliability, making them applicable to a multitude of markets, including mobile phones, notebook computers, PC peripherals, and portable entertainment devices such as MP3 players.
Francis Lee Biography: http://engineering.ucdavis.edu/go/50years/innovators/FrancisLee.html
The College of Engineering at UC Davis presented a lecture by Kristi S. Anseth on Monday, May 5, in 1005 GBSF Auditorium, Genome Center. A distinguished professor and the Tisone Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Anseth,...
James Plummer, dean of the School of Engineering at Stanford University, speaks at UC Davis on Tuesday, May 15, about what education is essential for producing tomorrow's engineers.
Deirdre Meldrum of Arizona State University speaks at the UC Davis College of Engineering on May 5, 2012, on biosginatures and health prevention.