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Prof. Dr. Katja Schenke-Layland currently holds a dual appointment as
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present at this conference with an invited distinguished lecturer, the
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particular, this year the Chapter has invited the IEEE EMBS
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Nomination New opportunities for chapter awards this year! We would
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Chapter/Club for an award this year. To promote geographic diversity
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