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Maxim Integrated Virtual Booth at electronica 2020 Webinar Series - Micros and Security

Maxim Integrated is excited to host a series of microcontroller-focused webinars corresponding with our virtual booth during the electronica 2020 event.
Starting on Tuesday, November 3, we'll host a wide variety of webinars, presented by our team of experts. Review the list here, and register for as many as you'd like!

Learn how the DS28E18 enables multiple I2C or SPI slave devices to be operated with only two wires and up to 100m distance using the 1-Wire interface.

Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM CET  /  2:00 AM PST
Speaker: Stewart Merkel
Stewart Merkel has been a Applications Engineer at Maxim Integrated for over ten years and is skilled in integrating hardware security into embedded systems. Prior to joining Maxim, Stewart worked at Odin Telesystems and Raytheon, concentrating on secure and non-secure telecommunications equipment. He holds an B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Binghamton University in New York.

Learn how to add security and authenticate automotive endpoints by adding just one chip.

Date: Thursday, November 5, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM CET  /  2:00 AM PST
Speaker: Audrey Barber
Audrey Barber has been an Associate Business Manager with Maxim Integrated for the Micros, Security, and Software Business Unit for the past two and a half years. She has worked on promoting automotive security and has published the article “Prevent Automotive Counterfeiting with Secure Authentication” in Electronic Design Magazine. She graduated from Texas A&M University in 2017 with a degree in Electrical Engineering.

Although adding new features to our systems is very important to keep an edge over the competition, there are many situations where improving our system’s reliability is just as important. What’s the point of having a system with many fancy features if it keep breaking in the middle of operation? This webinar will go in-depth on why adding Error Correcting Code (ECC) to the system’s memories is a must to build a robust product.

Date: Monday, November 9, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM CET  /  8:00 AM PST
Speaker: Carlos Rodriguez
Carlos Rodriguez is a Business Manager in the Low-Power Microcontrollers Group at Maxim Integrated. He obtained a double masters (MBA and M.S. in Electrical Engineering) at the University of Texas at Dallas in 2017.

In this 30-minute webinar, Maxim's Kris Ardis discusses the trends driving Artificial Intelligence insights to be made at the edge, and some of the use cases that machine learning technologies can enable in true low-power edge devices. 

Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM CET  /  2:00 AM PST
Speaker: Kris Ardis
Kris Ardis joined Maxim in 1997 as a software engineer and has held multiple positions in software development and business management. He is now responsible for Maxim’s Microcontroller, Software, and Artificial Intelligence product offerings. Kris has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin. 

This webinar covers end-to-end security between a network node and a cloud service. It describes how the IoT security reference leverages a Maxim DS28S60 for the authentication of the node device hardware, the authenticity, integrity, and confidentiality of the data exchanged between the node and a cloud infrastructure, and the security of the long-term data at rest in the nodes using the Maxim ChipDNA PUF technology.

Date: Thursday, November 12, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM CET  /  2:00 AM PST  /  4:00 AM CST
Speaker: Stephane Di Vito
Stephane Di Vito is a product definer and security expert for Maxim Integrated’s Micros, Security, and Software business unit. Prior to joining Maxim in 2011, he held embedded software security roles at Newsteo, Atmel, and Gemalto. Stephane has been working in secure embedded software engineering since 1999. 

Learn how to quickly evaluate power circuits using the new, free EE-Sim® OASIS Simulator from Maxim Integrated.  Based on the industry-leading SIMPLIS simulation engine, it puts over 250 power reference designs at your fingertips, and simplifies the analysis of your own customized circuits.

Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM CET / 8:00 AM PST
Speaker: Brooks Lehman
Brooks R. Leman, has 40 years experience developing and applying switching power conversion techniques in computer, networking, industrial, military, and consumer applications. He holds patents for transformer, power factor correction, MOSFET gate driver, handheld generator/battery charger circuit, boost regulator current limit, and remote sensing techniques and has written more than two dozen technical conference papers, magazine articles, and application notes. Mr. Leman began his career at ROLM Corporation's Mil Spec Computer Division, spent many years as a Principal Applications Engineer with Power Integrations, then worked as a Staff Design Engineer in the Compaq/HP NonStop computer power group. After a short stay at iWatt analyzing acoustic noise problems, he became a Principal Applications Engineer at Fyre Storm, Inc. focusing on digital power conversion for handheld mobile applications. He then spent eight years as a Field Applications Engineer for Linear Technology providing power conversion guidance and design expertise for large and small Silicon Valley companies. He is currently a Senior Principal Member of Technical Staff at Maxim Integrated focusing on modeling and simulating power conversion circuits with SIMPLIS.

An IEEE Senior Member, Leman holds both BSEE and MSEE degrees from Santa Clara University where, for the last 20 years, he has also been regularly teaching a power conversion graduate course.

In this webinar, learn how to create a custom DC-DC converter design, run simulations, make improvements, and iterate to a hardware-ready design in under an hour using the EE-Sim® Design Tools.

Date: FThursday, November 12, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM CET / 8:00 AM PST
Speaker: Mark Fortunato
Mark Fortunato joined Maxim in 2011. He has more than 40 years experience in electronics working on products from DC to 200GHz for industrial, consumer, and semiconductor products. His roles have included development engineering, product definition, and field applications. For the past 7 years he has worked on and managed the development of Maxim’s EE-Sim DC-DC Converter Design Tool. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology.
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