Harvard Amateur Radio Symposium – RSVP Required

Amateur Radio Symposium
On April 29th, 2017 from 9-5, the Harvard Amateur Radio Symposium (1st edition) will be held in historic Harvard Yard at the center of Harvard University. The symposium will be an opportunity for radio enthusiasts and experts at Harvard, other universities, and beyond to gather to hear speakers present on topics related to amateur radio, both historical and technical in nature. The symposium is being put on by the Harvard Wireless Club, W1AF (HWC), a Harvard owned, run, and sponsored amateur radio society dedicated to the pursuit of amateur radio activity, education, and volunteerism. The HWC has decided to hold this symposium as a means of celebrating our interest in amateur radio as well as to encourage and promote the continuation of the use of amateur radio in the future.
 Tom Gallagher, NY2RF
 CEO, American Radio Relay League (ARRL)
 Paul Horowitz, W1HFA
 Author, The Art of Electronics; Founder, SETI
 James Surprenant, AB1DQ
 1st Vice President, Yale University ARC, W1YU
 Flávio Jorge, CT7AQK
 Department of Electronics, University of Aveiro, Portugal
 Fred Hopengarten, K1VR
 General Counsel, Harvard Wireless Club
 Cambridge Univ. Wireless Society
 Via Videoconference Link
Free Admission – RSVP REQUIRED – Click HERE

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