SAN JOSE, Calif. What electronics snafu do you most want engineers to fix in 2010? This is your chance to put your wish on their 2010 to-do list.
To prime the pump we asked editors of EE Times what nettlesome issues they'd most like to see EEs sort out next year. Their list ranges from grand challenges of engineering to niggling nettles of consumer gadgetry.
|There's no shortage of things in the electronics world that need a fix.|
Photo: Jennifer Reed
At one end of the spectrum our semiconductor editor said engineers need to deliver the long promised extreme ultraviolet lithography needed to make tomorrow's chips. At the other, our news editor called for a returned to manned space exploration. In between, many of us complained about the daily battles we have with tangled power cords, tiny keyboards and crappy user interfaces.
We hope you enjoy our list and that it inspires you to contribute your own ideas—large and small—to the conversation
Now let's hear your wish list for 2010.