CASPA and the IEEE Silicon Valley Chapter of the Consumer Electronics Society cordially invites you to join 2013 April Seminar of “Automobile Electronics and Electrical Vehicles”. We are honored to invite you to join a group of very inspiring speakers to identify the new sparks of future technology and promote next wave technology innovation in Silicon Valley and in the world.
April Seminar: Automobile Electronics and Electrical Vehicles
Date and Time: April 3, 2013, Wednesday, 6pm – 9pm
Location: Cadence Auditorium, 2665 Seely Ave, San Jose, California
Registration: http://www.caspa.com/node/5992 (Free)
- 1. Automotive Engine and Drive Train Control Electronics
Ranjit Deshpande, VP of Engineering of Renesas
- 2. Plug-in Electric Vehicles and Infrastructure at GM
Dr Frankie James, Managing Director of GM Advanced Technology of General Motors
- 3. Adapting Touch to Automotive Needs
Bruno Thuillier, CTO at Elo Touch Solutions
- 4. Panel Discussion with the speakers
CASPA – Headquartered in Silicon Valley, CASPA was founded in 1991 as a non-profit organization run by volunteers. It has 9 chapters worldwide and has over 4000 individual members. Our corporate members includes many industry leaders, such as Intel, TSMC, Cadence, Qualcomm, Synopsys, Nvidia, Marvell, Global Foundry, HKSTP, ASE, SMIC, Synopsys, AOpen, etc. Over the past 19 years, CASPA’s influence has expanded beyond the U.S. and into the Greater Asia Pacific Circle including China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. For more information, please visit www.caspa.com.
IEEE SCV CE – The CE Society SV Chapter was officially established in July 2004. Borrowing from the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society’s website (ieee.org/scvce), members of the society are interested in the consumer related aspects of leisure, video and audio entertainment electronics; home information and communications systems; and interactive information and display systems.The breadth of interest in Consumer Electronics in the silicon valley is evident from the roster of the 300+ members of the CE Society. These members come from highly visible and recognized companies that include Agere, Apple, ARM, ATI, Broadcom, Cadence, Cisco, Compaq, Conexant, Dolby, Fujitsu, Genesis, HP, Infineon, Intel, LSI Logic, Marvell, National Semiconductor, MIPS, Philips, Rambus, Microsoft, Samsung, Seagate, SGI, Sony, Terayon, Toyota, and Xilinx among others. The IEEE SCV CE is pleased to receive support from companies incld Renesas, Microsoft, Imagination Technologies, Intel & others.