AltiumLive 2022 CONNECT is Back
AltiumLive 2022 CONNECT is back. And this year, it's free to attend. This is an amazing opportunity to connect with thought leaders in the industry. Join us at one of our upcoming broadcasts:
AltiumLive 2022 Connect Americas: January 26-28, Pacific Standard Time
AltiumLive 2022 Connect Europe: February 2-4, Central European Time
From its inception, AltiumLive has been a wateringhole for PCB designers and engineers to gather and connect with the design community. Today, we find ourselves in a new era where this community has grown and become more connected to the broader electronic product development ecosystem.
This year, we have expanded our agenda to reflect this growing ecosystem, bringing in even more perspectives to inspire you to create your best PCB designs. Join us to learn, connect, and get inspired!
Just a few of our feature speakers include:
Todd H. Hubing - A former IBM engineer and current Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Clemson University and President of LearnEMC, will join us to discuss EMC compliance and the common circuit board layout mistakes that often result in EMC test failures.
Professor Eric Bogatin, currently the Dean of the Teledyne LeCroy Signal Integrity Academy, at www.beTheSignal.com, and additionally, Adjunct Professor at the University of Colorado - Boulder in the ECEE dept. will give a keynote that addresses the overlap of the three worlds of SI, PI, and EMI: those design features that are the trifecta, that contribute to all three problems and how to reduce them.
Jackie Mattox, Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer for Women in Electronics, along with Chris Church, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer at MacroFab, Dan Schoenfelder, Head of Octopart, Ashley Quinlan, Global Distribution Channel and Marketing Strategy at Samtec, and President and COO of Digi-Key Electronics, Dave Doherty will join us in a panel discussion about Digital Disruption, Disruptive Innovations, How Disruption Encourages (or Leads to) Connection.
Leigh Gawne, Chief Technology Officer at Altium. Gawne has been at the forefront of the Altium 365 cloud platform development and APIs as the leader of Nexar engineering.
Robert Feranec, Founder of FEDEVEL Academy. Feranec has designed motherboards based on Intel, AMD, and VIA processors. Ferenec’s instructional videos enjoy a huge following on his YouTube channel. He will be sharing with attendees, the important "Aha Moments" from the life of hardware design engineers.
We have more speakers along with further details on sessions being added daily. Be sure to check the website for up-to-date information. Please register now to reserve your place. We look forward to being together (virtually) in January!