Embedded conference to focus on education
San Francisco, Calif.— The first of this year's three Embedded Systems Conferences (ESCs) will be held on Mar. 12-16 in the north and south halls of the city's Moscone Center. The event is expected to attract more than 14,000 members of the embedded computing community. The other two ESCs in 2002 will be June 5-7 in Chicago, and then Oct.
San Francisco, Calif.— The first of this year's three Embedded Systems Conferences (ESCs) will be held on Mar. 12-16 in the north and south halls of the city's Moscone Center. The event is expected to attract more than 14,000 members of the embedded computing community. The other two ESCs in 2002 will be June 5-7 in Chicago, and then Oct. 2-4 in Philadelphia.
This San Francisco-based ESC will feature more than 300 exhibitors, 16 day-long tutorials, 195 classes ranging in length from 1.5 to 3 hours, numerous exhibitor workshops and presentations, panel discussions, and Shop Talk discussions. Two keynote addresses will be: "From Simplicity to Complexity," by Murray Gell-Mann, a Nobel laureate in physics; and "Rethinking the Design of Communications Systems" by Henry Samueli, Broadcom's cto.
ESC's classes and tutorials will explore numerous hot topics, such as Internet appliance design, wireless architectures, security, Java, embedded Internet, DSPs, open source, hardware/software, co-design, system-on-a-chip and real-time design. The technical conference focuses on helping designers gain the knowledge and skills necessary to make their embedded designs better, faster and more reliable. Each class and tutorial provides practical answers to the toughest embedded questions, and teaches skills and techniques that can be implemented immediately.
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