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Texas Instruments gives design engineers the “Power to Do Anything” through a series of demonstrations and presentations at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), March 26-30, in Tampa, Florida. TI will reveal new products and unveil end-to-end power-management system solutions including hardware, software and reference designs that give designers the power to:
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Dr. Ahmad Bahai, TI Chief Technologist and Senior Vice President
Dr.Ahmad Bahai will be kicking off the APEC plenary sessions with his presentation “Power semiconductor technology – flexibility for tomorrow’s solutions” where he will be discussing how today’s systems and future systems are adopting USB Power Delivery.
Dr. Ahmad Bahai is chief technologist of TI and director of Kilby Labs and corporate research. Ahmad is a thought leader in the technology industry, having co-invented the multi-carrier spread spectrum, which is being used in many modern communication systems, such as 4G and power line communications. He also authored the first textbook on orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) in 1999 and served as the associate editor of IEEE journals for five years.
Ahmad has been published in more than 80 IEEE/IEE publications and has 33 patents and five pending on systems and circuits. He received his master of science degree from Imperial College, the University of London, and his doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley, all in electrical engineering.
Attend the session:
Monday, March 27 13:30 - 14:00
Dr. Stephanie Watts Butler, TI Technology Innovation Architect in High Voltage Power
Dr. Stephanie Watts Butler, Ph.D., P.E., is driving new technology innovations from concept to revenue by leading partnerships with TI’s technology organizations, manufacturing sites, universities, and product development teams. In her career, she has produced innovations in the semiconductor industry in the areas of control, process and package development, R&D management, and new product development. The result is power semiconductors that enable TI's customers to make smaller, lighter, and more energy efficient products. Dr. Butler has authored more than 40 papers and 16 U.S. patents. She is a Fellow of AVS and a Senior Member of IEEE and AIChE. SWE has honored Dr. Butler with the 2016 Achievement Award, and the Dallas Business Journal selected her as a 2015 Woman in Technology. Most recently, Business Insider named Dr. Butler to their most power female engineers list of 2017. Dr. Butler also serves on the TxGCP Champion Board and UT Austin Department of Chemical Engineering Advisory Council.
Please join Dr. Stephanie Watts Butler as she shares invaluable tips and experiences from her own career path journey.
What: IEEE PELS WIE Breakfast
When: Tuesday, March 28th from 8 - 9am
Where: Room 12 at the Tampa Convention Center
See TI’s easy-to-use design tools, lab kits and reference designs in action.
TI Power Management Lab Kit