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DAC 2011 Pavilion Panel “Career Velocity Vectors: the Excitement of Engineering”

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Engineering is still one of the most exciting careers available today; it has transformed our world! How can you best capitalize on industry vectors that help catapult you to success? Interested in candid career advice from a CEO of a $600M semiconductor company, a successful venture capital Managing Director, and an Intel Director who integrates academia and commercial enterprise?


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· Limor Fix - Senior Principal Engineer and Director of Academic Programs and Research, Intel Corp.
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See more, with video links, here.

The Career Velocity Vector Pavilion Panel was organized by Women in Electronic Design and is sponsored by EVE, the leader in Hardware/Software Co-Verification.

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