TCF2023 is BACK LIVE and IN-PERSON on March 18, 2023!!!

Pre-Registration Now Open!

TCF2023 Focus:

The Future of Electric Vehicles

Plus A Full Schedule of Computing and Electronics Talks
In-Person – Hybrid – Vendor Area – Banquet

TCF is back again with an in-person festival and streaming talks available on line. Enjoy an exciting day of digital/technology related talks, workshops, exhibits and vendor sales and demonstrations. There are 11 separate tracks, including a full-day devoted to Electric Vehicle (EV) Technology.  It all takes place on The College of New Jersey campus on Saturday March 18.

The theme this year is EVs. Our keynote speaker is Lee Goldberg, author of “Green Electronics” and a Contributing Editor of Electronic Design Magazine. There will also be an EV Car Show with the opportunity to test drive EVs

  • 47th Annual Festival
  • As always, we will have talks and tutorials/workshops related to our theme and all forms of computer/digital electronics, information and communications technology, the environment, robotics, gaming, digital home entertainment, video/photography, wireless technology, social networking, amateur radio related topics, education and STEM….
  • OVER 1000 ATTENDEES EXPECTED!
  • Ten Simultaneous Tracks + HamCram + vendor sales/exhibitor area
  • TCF2023 Keynote: Lee Goldberg, on Evolving EVs
  • Clearing up Common Misconceptions about Electric Cars – Liz Najman
  • How Green Is an Electric Vehicle? – Jonathon Allen
  • New Hack-Io-Thon for students to build IOT skill and compete for major prizes
  • Embedded Computing in Modern day Electric Vehicles – Sharan Kalwani
  • How our Electric System Works — Donald Benjamin
  • Will you buy Tesla, why or why not? – Don Hsu
  • Program your EV using Python and ODB-II – Chuck Knight
  • An Autonomous Multipurpose Service Robot, Sudah – Rajesh Kannan
  • Hands on Arduino Workshop for Beginner – Katalin Frolio
  • WordPress Bootcamp – Lou Judice
  • Trading Using Neural Networks – Donn Fishbein
  • One day Updated and Hands-on OOP University on Object-Oriented Programming, including latest info on Python, Java and the basics of OOP.
  • A full day of presentations on IT professional topics.
  • HamCram (Get an amateur radio license in a day)
  • Hack-Io-Thon for students to build skills in IOT and compete for prizes (for info: https://hackiothon.pages.tcnj.edu

Admission in advance will be $15 and at the door $20. Children under 12 will be admitted free

In Memory of Sol Libes

Engineer, Educator and Co-Founder of TCF

Read More | Princeton Packet Article

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