nextflex_flexinar_logoFundamental Considerations for Antenna and Antenna Array Development
May 4, 2017
10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern
Online (GoToWebinar)
FREE for NextFlex Members + Government


This 60 minute Flexinar will cover the state of wearables and sports science technologies in the U.S. military and NCAA/professional athletics. [ANOTHER SENTENCE OR TWO?]

[OPTIONAL: Can also make recommendations on who the ideal audience is.]


Dr. Joshua Hagen
Dr. Joshua Hagen has worked for the U.S. Air Force Research Lab since ___ and for the last __ years, he has [done things at AFRL]. [Other things done. Where went to undergrad or grad. Awards. Etc.] [Dr. Joshua Hagen received degrees in Chemical Engineering (B.S. 2000), and Materials Science and Engineering (M.S. 2004, Ph.D 2006) all from the University of Cincinnati. His graduate research was focused in Bio-Electronics: utilizing biological molecules to impart novel functionality in a variety of electro-optic devices, which was done between the Air Force and UC Nanoelectronics laboratories. Dr. Hagen worked in R&D locally at Givaudan Flavors Corp. after his Ph.D. studies for 2 years, then joined AFRL in the 711th Human Performance Wing, where he currently leads a research program in Human Centric Sensor Systems.]