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Fundamentals of IV Measurements Webcast

1   Hour | Webcast - enregistré | Où et quand

WHY THIS WEBCAST IS IMPORTANT

At some point in their careers, most engineers and scientists need to make accurate current and voltage (IV) measurements. Unfortunately, this type of practical measurement knowledge is rarely taught in universities. This presentation will cover the basics of IV measurement, with an emphasis on tips and tricks to improve the results you obtain and to increase your efficiency in making these types of measurements.

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Engineers and scientists who need to properly make IV measurements in order to characterize thie device.

PRESENTER

Alan Wadsworth, Market Brand Manager / Semiconductor Test & Power
Alan Wadsworth is currently the Marketing Brand Manager for Keysight’s semiconductor and power products. Prior to that he was part of Keysight’s semiconductor test division, working in a number of technical and marketing roles. Alan has over 30 years of experience in the semiconductor industry in both design and test. He is also the author of Keysight’s Parametric Measurement Handbook, which contains over 200 pages of information on semiconductor parametric test and measurement techniques.

Alan joined Hewlett Packard in 1991 and worked for five years as the SRAM engineer in HP’s Memory Technology Center, which was part of Corporate Procurement. Prior to that Alan worked as an integrated circuit designer at Signetics/Philips for nine years where he designed circuits in both bipolar and BiCMOS technologies.

Alan holds bachelors and masters degrees in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

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