Our Moore's Lobby Podcast serves an elite global audience of engineers, technologists, and executives with a goal to educate, empower, and entertain. We discuss the technologies and engineering behind the hottest industry trends as host Daniel Bogdanoff guides you through the human stories behind the world's most inspiring organizations and leaders. Tune in every other Tuesday for new episodes.
Season 5 Launching on September 13th.
Two industry-leading executives with electrical engineering backgrounds discuss some interesting results from their recent survey of design engineers and provide key insights from their positions in the electronics industry.
SkyWater CTO Steven Kosier explains how a US-based semiconductor foundry is innovating in the silicon world without chasing Moore’s Law scaling. This includes efforts in superconductors, quantum, photonics, biosensing, and heterogeneous integration.
Bill Vass of Amazon Web Services talks AI/ML, quantum computing, servers in space, the Metaverse, and how AWS wants to help engineers “just focus on being an engineer.”
After working at TI as one of Arm's first customers, Dipti Vachani is now the Senior VP & GM of Arm’s Automotive and IoT business lines. In this entertaining podcast, the effervescent Vachani brings insights on technology, business, and leadership.
Zach Little has worked on multiple iconic products including the Motorola Razr, Microsoft Windows, and the Apple iPod. Now he leads the hardware and firmware development team at Argo AI, helping Ford and Volkswagen build autonomous vehicles (AVs).
Universal Robots CEO Kim Povlsen is a self-described robotics geek who now runs one of the world’s leading collaborative robot (cobot) companies where they strive to develop robots for the 98% of the market that doesn’t yet know they need them.
Behind the scenes with a Microsoft Technical Fellow and Corporate VP who discusses the software, hardware, and infrastructure behind Azure cloud computing, the software-defined data center, and what makes the most efficient, sustainable data centers in the world.
Chris Keimel, CTO of Menlo Micro (a spinoff from General Electric), introduces the metal MEMS Ideal Switch®. Its ambitious goals merely include replacing the centuries-old electromechanical relay and disrupting the power and RF switching industries.
The audacious mission of Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin space company is to develop space systems for everyone (not just trained astronauts) to use and live in; and Brent Sherwood, space architect and Senior VP, is here to bring us behind the scenes.
What hasn’t Mark Papermaster accomplished? He’s the engineer and exec who impacted Apple’s iPhones and iPods, the IBM Power PC, and has led AMD's remarkable rejuvenation from a company that “may have lost their way” to surpassing Intel’s market cap.
Groq’s chip architecture is something all electrical engineers will drool over. It not only focuses on high-performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML), but it can do 1 PetaOp—1 quadrillion operations per second. “Which is four commas, not…
How do you design hardware for an idea as big, ambitious, and mysterious as the Metaverse? Qualcomm’s VP & GM of XR, Hugo Swart, takes us behind the scenes to discuss the Extended Reality (XR) technology that one day may immerse us in a virtual universe and change the way we work, live, and play.
A huge amount of the internet—up to a third of it, in fact—is run by Amazon Web Services. But the cloud, as Wayne Duso puts it, is not magic pixie dust. It works because of the blood, sweat, and tears of engineers. Hear all about it in this Season 3 finale of Moore's Lobby.
Electrical and mechanical engineering are blurring together in the increasingly electrical world of automotive. Whether you engineer automotive systems or you’re simply a car fanatic, this episode is for you.