Design Insights to Power Your Future
As the electronic industry surges ahead, so does the need for practical insights and solutions to engineer the next generation of products. Enter DesignCon. With more than 100 sessions, panels, and tutorials spanning 14 tracks, DesignCon’s three-day conference program provides the information you need to solve design challenges now and plan how to improve designs in the future.
Conference sessions cover all aspects of hardware design, including signal & power integrity, high-speed serial design, and machine learning. This year, the 84 technical paper sessions include topics on current distribution in power connectors, modular platform design & optimization, and more. Nine panels cover topics like optical transceiver technology and quantum computing, while our seven tutorials cover topics such as open-source software tools for signal integrity and a beginner’s guide to RF & microwave PCB design. The 2020 boot camps topics include optical high-speed serial data measurements and more.
Curated by our Technical Program Committee (TPC) — an expert panel of more than 90 industry professionals — the DesignCon curriculum is reviewed and updated each year to meet the needs of our ever-evolving industry. DesignCon sets the industry standard for education and technology conferences, offering today's mission-critical information for people designing tomorrow's electronics products.
PLUS, receive IEEE credit for every hour you spend at the conference.
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For 2020, under the guidance of the TPC, we've tailored the conference to make sure our topics continue to fit the needs of engineers in our evolving industry. In order to make our track topics more clearly differentiated, we have reorganized the order of the tracks. The former track 6 has been merged into tracks 5 and 14, and the track order has been changed.
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Tuesday, January 26, 2021
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday, January 28, 2021
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.