CTO Chris Rutherglen from Carbonics Inc. Discusses the Use of Carbon Nanotubes in Electronics
Carbon nanomaterials could bring a huge wave of innovation in the development of new generations of electronics. In this exclusive interview, Chris Rutherglen, CTO at Carbonics Inc, shares some of the recent advancements in this exciting field of research with Electronics Point.
Red Hat’s Joanna Hodgson on the Value of Diversity and Why Tech Companies Should Foster an Open Work Culture
After almost three decades of working in the tech sector, Joanna Hodgson has learned a lot about how companies can truly value diversity and build successful technical teams. In this exclusive interview, she shares some of her insights and offers advice on how to spark transformation inside organizations.
Enapter’s Chairman Sebastian-Justus Schmidt on Using Hydrogen Electrolyser Technology for Storing Energy Sustainably
Enapter’s hydrogen electrolyser technology, recently showcased at the Nongnooch Tropical Garden in Pattaya, Thailand, is a promising alternative energy storage solution that does not rely on burning fossil fuels.
Maxim Integrated’s Karthi Gopalan on What Led Her to Assume a Leadership Role
After spending years developing semiconductors, Karthi Gopalan is now leading a team of designers at an established integrated circuit manufacturer. In this interview, she shares some of the highlights of her path towards becoming a business leader in the EE Industry.
Dialog Semiconductor Has Introduced Its Record-Breaking BLE Technology: Product Marketing Group Manager Adrie Van Meijeren Discusses
BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) is a mainstay, whose energy efficiency has led to countless applications. Now, with Dialog Semiconductor’s latest BLE system-on-chip (SoC), the DA14531 (nicknamed the SmartBond TINY for its ground-breaking size-to-power ratio) on the market, Dialog’s product marketing group manager, Adrie Van Meijeren, talked to Electronics Point about the breakthrough.
University of Cambridge Engineering Professor Andrew Flewitt on How to Start a Career in Electrical Engineering
Andrew Flewitt, professor and Head of the Electrical Engineering Division at the University of Cambridge, shares some of the lessons he learned while training new generations of electrical and electronic engineers.
Professor Miro Zeman at TU Delft on the Importance of Electrical Sustainable Energy Innovation
Prof. Miro Zeman, Head of the Electrical Sustainable Energy (ESE) department at Delft University of Technology (TUDelft), discusses recent advances and challenges in the development of sustainable solutions for generating electricity, while also highlighting some of the qualities that make TUDelft a top university for electronics engineering studies.
u-blox’s Product Manager, Alex Ngi, Discusses u-blox’s Dead Reckoning, Vehicle-to-Everything Positioning Solutions
To demonstrate u-blox and Siemens’ high-accuracy, vehicle-to-everything (V2X) positioning solutions, the tech giants attended the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) European Congress 2019, where they showcased u-blox’s ZED-F9K sensor module and what it brings to intelligent cars and fleets. u-blox’s Alex Ngi explains the technology involved.
Maxim Integrated’s Stella Or Shares Her Experiences as Product Business Manager and Outlines the Key Skills Electrical Engineers Should Have
After gaining her bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Stella Or went from working as an engineer to Business Manager at Maxim Integrated. Her work primarily involves developing business strategies for products tailored to the IoT and payment industry.
Maxim Integrated’s Executive Director of Business Management Veronique Rozan Reflects on Her Journey Into the EE Industry
Veronique Rozan, Executive Director of Business Management at Maxim Integrated, has gradually made her way from an application engineering role to a management position in approximately 20 years. She now focuses on developing business strategies to launch high-performing circuits for automotive, industrial and consumer applications.
Electronic Device Security Experts Weigh in on Insecure Electronics Use by the Military
At the end of last month, a report by the Pentagon's inspector general revealed the US Department of Defense (DoD) spent over $32.8 million in the 2018 fiscal year on electronics with known security vulnerabilities.
CEO of Dutch Start-Up NOWI on Boosting Sensor and IoT Development with Energy Harvesting Technology
Simon van der Jagt, CEO and co-founder of NOWI, has spent the past few years developing a new energy harvesting IC that uses external energy sources to power connected devices, which could help to overcome problems associated with battery-powered sensors and ultimately enable more effective IoT implementations.
Modernising UK Engineering Education: A Q&A with NMiTE University’s Chief Academic Officer
NMiTE (New Model in Technology and Engineering) is the UK’s first approach to a fully engineering-focused higher education institution. Martin Gillie, provost and chief academic officer at NMiTE, explains what the organisation is doing differently to traditional universities.
Skin-inspired Sensing: Sweden’s Linköping University Associate Professor Discusses Medical & Robotics Applications
Magnus Jonsson, associate professor at Sweden’s Linköping University, has led a research team in the development of a pyroelectricity and thermoelectricity-based sensor, whose pressure and temperature monitoring capabilities are modelled on human skin itself.