Companion Tour


Tuesday, November 13, 2007

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Destination - Monterey and Carmel:  Participants will depart from the Fairmont San Jose hotel at 9:00 a.m. by bus for the Monterey Peninsula, one of the most historic regions in California, with unrivalled coastal beauty and one of the world’s premier aquariums. The Monterey Bay Aquarium will in fact be our first stop, where we will spend two hours. From there, we will depart for Carmel-by-the-Sea, a unique artists’ village of tree-shaded streets, magnificent shopping and an outrageously lovely silver sand beach. We will have lunch at the Napoli Restaurant, after which we will  wander the streets or the beach for an hour or so, then depart, stopping briefly by the historic Carmel Mission if time permits, before our return to San Jose.


Wednesday, November 14, 2007
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Destination - Santa Cruz:  Participants will depart from the Fairmont San Jose hotel at 9:00 a.m. by bus for Santa Cruz, a surfers’ town blessed with great climate, a world-class state university and a laid-back atmosphere that defies description. Our first stop will be Henry Cowell State Park and a stroll (level, and wheelchair-accessible) through a grove of thousand-year old coast redwoods. From there we will travel through the campus of University of California-Santa Cruz, with its remarkable setting among the redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains, and on to downtown where we will have lunch at a seafood restaurant on the Wharf (birdwatchers, bring your binoculars). After a stroll along the old Beach Boardwalk we will depart for a short drive up the Pacific Coast and into the mountains, to the town of Bonny Doon, where we will sample some fine Santa Cruz Mountain wines.

Tuesday: $100 – Advance; $125 – On-site.
Wednesday: $80 – Advance; $100 – On-site.
Tuesday and Wednesday: $150 – Advance; $200 – On-site. 

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Platinum Sponsor:
NATEL - Platinum Sponsor
Gold Sponsor:
Panasonic Factory Solutions - Gold Sponsor
Silver Sponsor:
Hesse & Knipps - Silver Sponsor
40th Anniversary
Hospitality Sponsor:

Heraeus, Thick Film Div. - 40th Anniversary Hospitality Host

 

Event Sponsor - Keynote:
Cisco - Keynote Presentation Sponsor

Teledyne Microelectronics - Keynote Presentation Sponsor

Event Sponsor -
Speaker Gifts,
Memory Sticks:

Kingston Technology - Speaker Gifts, Memory Sticks

Event Sponsor - Lanyards:
Sefar - Event Sponsor, Lanyards
Event Sponsor - Cafe:
TT APSCO - Event Sponsor, IMAPS Cafe
Event Sponsor - Cafe:
PacTech - Event Sponsor, IMAPS Cafe

Event Sponsor - Cafe:
Kyocera - Event Sponsor, IMAPS Cafe

Event Sponsor - Bag Inserts:
Ticona Engineering Polymers - Event Sponsor, Bag Inserts
Event Sponsor - Bag Inserts:
Advanced Chemical Technology (ACT), Inc. - Event Sponsor, Bag Inserts
Event Sponsor - Bag Inserts:
Barry Industries, Inc. - Event Sponsor, Bag Inserts
Event Sponsor - Bag Inserts:
Chip Supply - Event Sponsor, Bag Inserts
Event Sponsor - Bag Inserts:
Gannon & Scott - Event Sponsor, Bag Inserts

Final Program Sponsor:
Indium Corporation - Final Program Sponsor


Golf Sponsors:
NXGen Electronics - Golf Sponsor
VIOX Corporation - Golf Sponsor
Ed Fagan, Inc. - Golf Sponsor

Emerson & Cuming - Golf Sponsor

GDSI - Golf Sponsor

Metalor - Golf Sponsor

SENTEC E&E - Golf Sponsor

Torrey Hills Technology, a G Tech Systems Group - Golf Sponsor
Torrey Hills Tech.
Threerollmill.com

SPM - Golf Sponsor

Zentrix Technologies - Golf Sponsor

Media Sponsors:

Advanced Packaging - Media Sponsor

Global SMT & Packaging - Media Sponsor
Photonics Spectra - Media Sponsor

Chip Scale Review - Media Sponsor

Antennas Online - Media Sponsor
Equipment Protection - Media Sponsor
LED Journal - Media Sponsor
SMT - Media Sponsor
Thermal News - Media Sponsor

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