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Annual Chicago IEEE EMC Mini Symposium
May 23, 2023 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
OPEN TO EVERYONE
Note, The Michigan EMC Fest is May 25, 2023 <here>
This will be a great MiniSymposium, guaranteed to sell out
If you are working in the EMC field, our MiniSymposium is for you!
You definitely will come away with new ideas about troubleshooting techniques, specification updates and a better understanding on how to measure critical parameters.
While there, browse tabletop booths of manufacturers, EMI/EMC Test Houses, and increase your knowledge of suppliers in this industry. Meet with fellow EMC Engineers and learn more about how our local IEEE EMC Chapter can assist you in your daily challenges.
Frank Krozel, 2023 IEEE EMC MiniSymposium Chairman
Questions, call me at 630-924-1600 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
For our Professional Engineers (PE’s) we are offering 4 PDH credits!
8:00AM – 5:00PM
Students in FREE after 1:00pm
Speakers / Updates
Dr. Eric Bogatin is a Signal Integrity Evangelist with Teledyne LeCroy and the Dean of the Teledyne LeCroy Signal Integrity Academy, at Be The Signal. Additionally, he is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Colorado – Boulder in the ECEE dept, and technical editor of the Signal Integrity Journal.
Dr. Bogatin received his BS in physics from MIT in 1976 and MS and PhD in physics from the University of Arizona in Tucson in 1980. He has held senior engineering and management positions at Bell Labs, Raychem, Sun Microsystems, Ansoft and Interconnect Devices. He has written seven technical books in the field and presents classes and lectures on signal integrity world wide.
In 2011, his company, Bogatin Enterprises, which he founded with his wife, Susan in 1990, was acquired by Teledyne LeCroy. After concluding his live public classes in 2013, he devoted his efforts into creating the Signal Integrity Academy, a web portal to provide all of his classes and training content online, for individuals and for companies.
For Teledyne LeCroy, he lectures worldwide on Best Measurement Practices using high performance oscilloscopes.
As an adjunct professor at CU, Eric teaches classes on PCB design, high speed digital design and other electronics classes.Share this post via: