UBM Tech's EE Live! 2014, an electronics technology conference and expo, announced hardware hacker, author, educator and EE activist, In a release, the company noted event details:
The hardware world is entering a new phase as Moore's Law passes the upper inflection point of the S-curve. The day of MHz doubling every 18 months is long gone. As the technology treadmill slows down, new opportunities for value creation arise. This keynote presentation will showcase the new industry opportunities and how Open Source Hardware can play a role in building lasting value and user communities around a hardware platform.
"As the biggest annual event for the electronics industry, we are very excited to offer a line-up of cutting-edge speakers for embedded engineers and technical professionals who design electronics systems," said
Huang has been passionate about hardware his entire life. Huang has designed nanophotonic silicon chips, wireless radios, consumer electronics, and robotic submarines, among other things. He was also involved in some of the earliest stages of hardware reverse engineering on the Xbox, and his experiences are summarized in his book, "Hacking the Xbox: An Introduction to Reverse Engineering." In addition, he is a proponent of open source hardware, and is an active contributor to the ecosystem. At chumby, Huang designed several open source hardware platforms, some of which had found its way to the shelves of retailers around the world. Huang is also an educator; he serves as a Research Affiliate for the
EE Live! 2014 will feature the flagship
EE Live! sponsors include Diamond Sponsor,
UBM Tech is a global media business that brings together the world's technology communities through live events, online properties and custom services.
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UBM Tech's EE Live! 2014, an electronics technology conference and expo, announced hardware hacker, author, educator and EE activist,
In a release, the company noted event details: