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John D'Ambrosia
John D'Ambrosia

John D'Ambrosia is chief Ethernet evangelist, CTO office, at Dell. He is also the chair of Ethernet Alliance and IEEE 400G Ethernet group.

Nitlin Dahad
Nitlin Dahad

Nitin Dahad is a technology industry specialist helping tech companies internationalize. With a background in electronic engineering and marketing, he is also publisher of The Next Silicon Valley. He has worked with tech companies including ARC International, CIP (Centre for Integrated Photonics), Coresonic, Dialog Semiconductor, Dyzle, Frontier Silicon, GEC Plessey Semiconductor, Jennic, Marconi Instruments, and National Semiconductor.

Nabil G. Damouny
Nabil G. Damouny

Nabil Damouny is Senior Director of Strategic Marketing at Netronome where he is responsible for defining and positioning Netronome's product offerings in the datacenter and carrier market segments. He is also the Vice Chair of the Market Education Committee at ONF and the editor of the Compute-Storage Domain for ETSI NFV. Nabil has more than 30 years of marketing and engineering experience in communications and networking. He was a founder and Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Basis Communications, acquired by Intel in 2000. He then spent five years at Intel in strategic development. Previously, he held engineering and marketing positions at Fairchild, Philips, Nortel, and NEC. He earned a BSEE from IIT in Chicago, and an MSECE from UCSB. He holds three patents in computer architecture and remote networking.

Arabinda Das
Arabinda Das

Arabinda Das is a Senior Technology Analyst responsible for technical and industry analysis of semiconductor-related products at Techinsights.

Henry Davis
Henry Davis

Henry Davis has unique skills crossing the boundaries of hardware engineering, software, systems, semiconductors, marketing, sales, and business management. His technology experience started in 1970 while still in high school developing software for accounting, engineering, and law firms. A broad university background in psychology, accounting, business administration, marketing, and advanced engineering form an important part of his approach to technology businesses. A few of his notable accomplishments include the first universal microprocessor development system based on a personal computer, funding of the first digital light processor, the fastest selling mixed-signal processor, co-author of the first process-based IEEE software engineering standard, author of more than 1,000 articles, and holder of 11 US and foreign patents. Henry has most recently been Chief Operating Officer at a leading high-tech research company developing new light technology.

Ian Dees
Ian Dees

By day, Ian Dees slings code, tests, and puns at a Portland-area test equipment manufacturer(Tektronix). By night, he dons a cape and keeps watch as Sidekick Man, protecting the city from closet monsters. Ian is the author of Scripted GUI Testing With Ruby and co-author of the upcoming Cucumber Recipes, both published by the Pragmatic Programmers.

Suzanne Deffree
Suzanne Deffree
As EDN’s executive editor, I have a tremendous respect for engineers, makers, and electronics hobbyists. In the more than 10 years I’ve been with EDN (in some role or another), I’ve enjoyed the opportunities I’ve had to learn from and converse with interesting, intelligent, and outright funny engineers about the innovations that make the world go round. As an award-winning journalist, I manage several blogs and sections of EDN.com and EDN’s e-newsletters including its daily newsletter, EDN Today, and EDN Fun Friday. I also head EDN’s social media and community efforts. Find me on Facebook and Twitter at: deffree.
Rick DeMeis
Rick DeMeis
Rick DeMeis is editor of EETimes' Automotive Designline
Mike Demler
Mike Demler
Mike Demler is an editor with EDN and the EDA DesignLine.
Larry Desjardin
Larry Desjardin

Larry Desjardin, founder of Modular Methods LLC, is a consultant in the test-and-measurement industry. During his 34-year career with Hewlett Packard (later Agilent Technologies), he held various management roles in R&D, marketing, finance, strategic planning, and general management. As an R&D engineer he received two patents for new measurement techniques, and later was awarded the John Fluke Sr. Memorial Award for his contribution in creating the VXIbus. Larry was General Manager of Agilent's Modular Product Operation before retiring in 2010 and forming Modular Methods. He holds a BS in engineering from Caltech and an MSEE from Stanford University. 

Alison Diana
Alison Diana

Alison Diana has written about technology and business for more than 23 years, spending a decade at CRN before entering the freelance world after her daughter was born. Although she's written about practically every topic in that time, she specializes in social media, healthcare, SMBs, education, and retail. Alison, who lives in Central Florida, has written for many of the top B2B publications and Websites including: Information Week, CRN, eWEEK, Channel Insider, CIO Insight, ChannelPro, Baseline Magazine, Redmond Channel Partner, and IT Expert Voice. She graduated with honors from the School of Visual Arts with a major in print journalism, and minors in sociology, humanities, and psychology. She can be reached on Twitter at @alisoncdiana or email at Diana@DeusM.com.

Sinjin Dixon-Warren
Sinjin Dixon-Warren

Dr. Sinjin Dixon-Warren is a member of the technical staff at Chipworks where he is responsible for technical leadership in the Process Analysis Lab. He has nearly 15 years of experience analyzing semiconductor devices. He earned his PhD in chemical physics from the University of Toronto and spent two years as NATO Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Cambridge and four years on the faculty at Washington State University. Dr. Dixon-Warren made the switch to industry in 1999 when he joined Nortel Networks' Optical Components division before moving on to Chipworks 2003. He is an author on more than 50 research publications.

Jonny Doin
Jonny Doin

Jonny Doin is a Principal Hardware and Firmware Engineer at Alfa Instrumentos, Brasil. He has 25 years of experience in the design of hardware, firmware and system integration for embedded and mission critical industrial systems, having worked at Hewlett Packard Scientific Instruments Division with mission critical systems design, scientific visualization and hardware design.  His interests are bare-metal systems, VLSI digital design, distribute networking, intelligent industrial instrumentation and M2M systems.

John Donovan
John Donovan
John Donovan is ex-Editor-in-Chief of Portable Design, Managing Editor of EDN Asia and Asian editor of Circuits Assembly and Printed Circuit Fabrication. He has 30 years experience as a technical writer, editor and semiconductor PR flack, having survived earlier careers as a C programmer and microwave technician. John has published two books, dozens of manuals and hundreds of articles. He is a member the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and a Senior Member of the IEEE. His favorite pastimes include ham radio, playing with his kids and scouting Texas for the best BBQ joints.
Sylvain Dubois
Sylvain Dubois

Sylvain Dubois joined the Crossbar management team in 2013 as its Senior Director of Strategic Marketing and Business Development. He has more than 13 years of semiconductor experience in business development and strategic product marketing.Prior to joining Crossbar, he led strategic product positioning and market engagement for developing new products at Spansion. Responsible for identifying new growth opportunities and expanding the product portfolio, he was instrumental in defining the Spansion Flash memory product roadmap. From 2002 to 2006, Sylvain was an SOC architect of OMAP application processors at Texas Instruments. He holds a Master of Science in microelectronics from E.S.I.E.E., University of Southampton,  and Universidad Pontifica Comillas.

Michael Dunn
Michael Dunn
Michael Dunn has been messing with electronics almost as long as he's been walking, and got his first scope around age 15. Things have gone downhill since then. The scopes now vie with wine racks, harpsichords, calculators, and 19th century pianos for space. Over the years, he's designed for the automotive, medical, industrial, communications, and consumer industries, as both freelancer and employee, working with analog, digital, micros, and software. Since 2000, he's run the TekScopes Yahoogroup, now with over 5,000 members, and he was previously editor-in-chief of ScopeJunction.
Brian Durwood
Brian Durwood

Brian Durwood is co-founder and CEO of Impulse Accelerated Technologies Inc., makers of the Impulse C to FPGA optimizing compiler.  His history in programmable logic dates back to Data I/O in the 80s, when it launched an early HDL called ABEL. His current focus is on tools, IP, and design services that help software developers be more productive accelerating code in FPGAs. Brian's blog on All Programmable Planet addresses issues common to hardware/software co-design. He was previously a VP at the Tektronix high-frequency multichip module facility. He is a graduate of Brown and Wharton and lives in the San Francisco Bay area.

Kenneth Dwyer
Kenneth Dwyer

Kenneth Dwyer is Director of Applications Engineering for BL Microcontrollers at NXP Semiconductors. He has more than 16 years' experience with ARM microcontrollers, hardware, and software development. He holds a First Class Honors Engineering degree from Trinity College, Dublin, and a Higher Diploma from Kevin St. DIT, Dublin.

Nicole Faubert
Nicole Faubert

Nicole Faubert is a freelance writer and high-tech marketing consultant. She has more than 15 years of experience in technology marketing for test & measurement companies specializing in telecommunications and aerospace markets. She has an Electrical Engineering degree from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

José Fernández Villaseñor
José Fernández Villaseñor

José Fernández Villaseñor is a medical doctor and electrical engineer who combines his work at Freescale Semiconductor as a medical product marketer and his work as a hospital physician. He has more than eight years of experience working on automotive, industrial, and medical engineering systems and applications as well as semiconductor product development. He is currently part of Freescale's Microcontroller Solutions Group. 

Karen  Field
Karen Field
Karen Field is the senior vice president of content for UBM Electronics and the acting content director for events/media. She can be reached at karen.field@ubm.com.
Nick Flaherty
Nick Flaherty

Nick Flaherty is a Bristol-based freelance technology writer, analyst, and consultant who has covered the semiconductor and electronics markets for nearly 25 years. He is the Embedded Editor for EETimes Europe and writes for a wide range of technical trade publications around the world. He has worked for Electronics Times and Electronic Engineering, edited MicroTechnology Europe and Electronic Product Design, and started Automotive Electronics, as well as writing for many multinational semiconductor companies. He is also a member of the SouthWest Microelectronics Leadership Group and is heavily involved with the silicon and technology cluster in the Southwest UK.

Kevin Fogarty
Kevin Fogarty

Fogarty is a freelance writer and editor covering developments in technology, science and medicine likely to have a significant impact in business, society or politics. His work on information technology, robotics, security and defense technology, metamaterials, nanotechnology, implantable devices, genomics, designed molecules and neuropsychology have appeared in leading technology and business publications. Reach him at kfogarty@technologyreporting.com or on Twitter at @kevinfogarty.

Brian Fuller
Brian Fuller

Brian Fuller has been a reporter, editor, and writer for nearly 30 years. Now editor-in-chief and blogger at Cadence, he has spent much of his career covering the electronics industry, serving as editor-in-chief of EE Times and EBN and as editorial director with UBM. There, he pioneered a number of digital technologies within the electronics industry, including early forms of blogging, leveraging social media for publishing, and producing and hosting video coverage, including the industry's early live-streaming programming. He drove around the country for a year in a Chevy Volt, eating fattening foods and interviewing engineers. It got him zero endorsement deals. When he's not interviewing tech luminaries or hosting industry events, you might find Brian at a San Francisco Giants game, secretly sipping beer from strangers' cups. Now he hosts Cadence Design Systems' web series, Unhinged with Brian Fuller. 

Jack Ganssle
Jack Ganssle

Jack G. Ganssle is a lecturer and consultant on embedded development issues. He conducts seminars on embedded systems and helps companies with their embedded challenges. Contact him at jack@ganssle.com. His website is www.ganssle.com.

Javier D. Garcia-Lasheras
Javier D. Garcia-Lasheras

Javier (Javi) Garcia-Lasheras started his professional career as a microelectronics researcher and entrepreneur, sharing his time between the Communications, Signals & Microwave Group of the Public University of Navarre and the Navarran European Business Innovation Centre. He has played several roles in the electronics product development industry, having worked as an embedded designer for a wide spectrum of companies ranging from EMS providers to IP licensors. Nowadays, he is strongly committed to the open-science movement, focusing his interest in the synergies established by the reciprocal questions "How are well-known physical processes a key enabler for developing new information technology?" and "How are state-of-the-art information technologies critical for understanding new physics?"

Bill Gatliff
Bill Gatliff

Bill Gatliff is a freelance embedded developer and consultant who specializes in adapting Linux, Android, and GNU tools to custom hardware and applications. He is an advisor to the Embedded Systems Conference, a noted author and speaker, and counts several Fortune 500 companies among his clients.

Daryl Gerke
Daryl Gerke

Daryl Gerke, an EMI/EMC consultant since 1987 (along with business partner Bill Kimmel), focuses on design and troubleshooting (not test and regulations). He is a published author and columnist, and their EDN Designer's Guide to EMC (1994) is still relevant and in demand. He can be reached via http://www.emiguru.com, or his other blog at http://www.jumptoconsulting.com.

Ivan Godard
Ivan Godard

Ivan Godard has designed, implemented, or led the teams for 11 compilers for a variety of languages and targets, an operating system, an object-oriented database, and four instruction set architectures. He participated in the revision of Algol68 and is mentioned in its report, was on the Green team that won the Ada language competition, designed the Mary family of system implementation languages, and was Founding Editor of the Machine Oriented Languages Bulletin. Ivan is a Member Emeritus of IFIPS Working Group 2.4 (Implementation languages) and was a member of the committee that produced the IEEE and ISO floating-point standard 754-2011. He is a Founder of Out-of-the-Box Computing, and hashad software design and architectural responsibility for the past 10 years.

George Gonzalez
George Gonzalez

George Gonzalez is by day, officially, a software guru, using his ancient degree in computer science, plus 35 years of experience, stirring up commercially useful mixtures of C, Delphi, Python, and assembly language. While his father and brother are both accomplished EEs, George just attacks hardware with some general principles learned at the school of hard knocks (and with safety glasses). At home he fawns over and repairs old tube radios from the 30s thru the 60s. At work, when there is no software to do, he is occasionally allowed to use his instincts to keep somewhat less ancient (designed in 1995) products in production.

Doug Grant
Doug Grant

Doug Grant is an independent consultant specializing in semiconductor and wireless technologies. He has logged over 30 years in the semiconductor industry, mostly at AnalogDevices, where he worked in engineering, marketing, and product line management for a wide range of analog, mixed-signal, RF, and wireless products and started two business units within the company. He has authored too many articles and conference papers to count and holds two patents. Doug received his first ham radio license from the FCC in 1967 and has logged around 500,000 two-way contacts with other radio hams in every country in the world. RF and wireless are in his DNA. His typical consulting projects include business/marketing plan creation and review, writing, and advising startup companies on product andmarketing strategies.

Dan Hamling
Dan Hamling

Dan Hamling is currently CTO at TEAM A.T.E., an international dealer serving the global test and inspection equipment markets. He is also the founder of Chip Nexus, a provider of cloud-based test capacity management software, and co-founder of The Arianna Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on serving the children of the world. Prior to joining TEAM, he managed the IC test and assembly equipment portfolios and businesses at GE Capital and KeyAssets Financial. Dan also spent 12 years in sales and marketing at Teradyne, following eight years in test engineering and test engineering management roles at various semiconductor companies. He has a BSEE from the University of Michigan, an MSEE from Stanford University, and an MBA from the University of Texas. He is also an accredited senior appraiser with the American Society of Appraisers, and a Patent Agent with the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Jim Handy
Jim Handy

Jim Handy of Objective Analysis has more than 35 years in the electronics industry, including 20 years as a leading semiconductor and SSD industry analyst. Early in his career, he held marketing and design positions at leading semiconductor suppliers, including Intel, National Semiconductor, and Infineon. A frequent presenter at tradeshows, he is known for his technical depth, accurate forecasts, widespread industry presence, and volume of publication. He has written hundreds of market reports, articles for trade journals, and whitepapers, and he is frequently interviewed and quoted in the electronics trade press and other media. He writes the Chip Talk blog for Forbes, www.TheMemoryGuy.com, and www.TheSSDguy.com.

Gary Hilson
Gary Hilson

Gary Hilson is a freelance writer and editor who has written thousands of words for print and pixel publications across North America. His areas of interest include software, enterprise and networking technology, research and education, sustainable transportation, and community news. His articles have been published by Network Computing, InformationWeek, Computing Canada, Computer Dealer News, Toronto Business Times, Strategy Magazine, and the Ottawa Citizen.

Matthew Hogan
Matthew Hogan

Matthew Hogan is a Product Marketing Manager for Calibre Design Solutions at Mentor Graphics, with over 15 years of design and field experience. He is actively working with customers who have an interest in Calibre PERC. He is an active member of the ESD Association and is involved with the EDA working group, the Symposium technical program committee, and the IEW management committee. Matthew is also a senior member of IEEE, and a member of ACM. He holds a B. Eng. from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and an MBA from Marylhurst University. He can be reached at matthew_hogan@mentor.com.

Colin Holland
Colin Holland
Colin Holland is the editorial content director for Embedded.com and the Embedded Systems Conference. Before taking on Embedded in the US, he served as editorial director of Embedded Systems Programming/Design Europe and an editor on EE Times Europe. He can be reached at colin.holland@ubm.com.
Shamree Howard
Shamree Howard

Shamree Howard has been working in Test & Measurement for 10 years at Agilent Technologies. Her background in both RF and digital give her valuable knowledge to challenges engineers face. Working in outbound marketing allows her to work side by side with Agilent experts defining next generation products. In her previous role she helped designers understand and minimize the effects of Noise Figure in their designs. As Agilent's High Speed Digital Program Manager, Shamree has unique insights into standards compliance thanks to her colleagues who sit on the board of directors of standards committees such as: PCI-SIG, JEDEC, and VESA, to name a few. She holds an Electrical Engineering and French degree from Bucknell University, and International MBA from the University of Denver which took her to the far corners of Mongolia (ask her about it sometime).

R. Colin Johnson
R. Colin Johnson

R. Colin Johnson has been a technology editor at EE Times since 1986, covering next-generation electronics technologies. He's the author of the book, Cognizers – Neural Networks and Machines that Think, is acontributing editor on SlashDot.Org, and is a Kyoto Prize Journalism Fellow for his coverage of advanced technologies and international issues.

Lance Jones
Lance Jones

Lance Jones has more than 30 years' experience in the test, design, and development field. He has designed and developed large mixed-signal and RF test systems for Honeywell, ATK, MHI, JACO (Japan Military), NEC, Nippon Signal, USAF, and US Military. Past Top Technical Achievement award winner for ATK, he was a nominee for Honeywell's prestigious Sweat award for his work on expert systems for testing. Before joining EAG he was CTO for NanoISI leading the training, software, hardware and applications development teams. Lance is presently VP of Technology for the MTE division of EAG, leading the hardware, software, reliability, and applications engineering team. He received his electrical engineering degree from Northwestern Electronics Institute.

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