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Next Week: App Note Analysis With Design007 MagazineJune 1, 2020 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
Estimated reading time: Less than a minute
Opinions about app notes are like through-holes: If you’re a PCB designer or design engineer, odds are that you have one. Are they handy tools for a designer’s toolkit, or overly optimistic marketing materials that should be assumed wrong until proven right?
In the June issue of Design007 Magazine, we talk to experts on both sides of the issue: Rick Hartley, Dan Beeker, Max Maxfield, Istvan Novak, Geof Lipman, Martyn Gaudion, Kelly Dack, and John Coonrod.
We also bring you columns by regular contributors Barry Olney, Joe Fjelstad, Dominique Numakura, Jade Bridges, and Bob Tise and Matt Stevenson. And this month, we bring you an interview with Pallav Argawal, an embedded systems and PCB designer based in Bangalore, India, who describes his journey from electronics hobbyist and tinkerer to degreed engineer with customers around the globe.
Uyemura has announced an important field promotion, and a new addition to its Connecticut Tech Center Engineering Team. Both actions are in support of the company’s increasing focus on IC substrates, and its role as a supplier to wafer manufacturers, semiconductor fabs and PWB customers.
Spirit AeroSystems, Inc. announced the grand opening of its Engineering Design Center in Subang, Malaysia, that expands the company’s global engineering capabilities, during opening day of the 2024 Singapore Air Show.
Pratt & Whitney, an RTX business, announced the establishment of its new India Digital Capability Center (IDCC) in Bengaluru, India. The new center will accelerate innovation and drive digital and business transformation for Pratt & Whitney worldwide.
STI Electronics, Inc., a full-service organization providing training services, training materials, analytical/failure analysis, prototyping and electronic contract manufacturing, is thrilled to announce the newest addition to its team, Kylie Clark, as Engineering Intern.
At Auburn University in Alabama, I connected with both Shaheen Pouya, the newly elected IPC student chapter president, who is pursuing a PhD in industrial engineering, and Padmanava Choudhury, the outgoing IPC student chapter president, a graduate research assistant and a fifth-year PhD student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He is pursuing a doctoral degree in the reliability of electronics packaging.