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 6 airing on March 7th
What happens when you mix a venture capitalist with a background in hardware development at Apple with two engineers with Harvard MBAs? Allspice: a Git-style collaboration environment that brings software best practices to hardware design.
Dr. Peter Wawer brings insights from a distinguished career that has touched three unique major semiconductor technologies: silicon photovoltaics, embedded Flash, and now wide bandgap semiconductors for power electronics.
Matthias Wagner, co-founder and CEO of Flux, has had one of the most unusual and interesting career paths. And now, he is inviting Moore’s Lobby listeners to come use Flux as they try to make the PCB design “tool of your dreams.”
Dr. Tom Mader is the COO of OpenLight where they are developing an open-foundry ecosystem for silicon photonics with integrated lasers to enable advances in datacom, LiDAR, high-performance computing, AI, and even optical computing.
Stelios Diamantidis, a Distinguished Architect at Synopsys, is leading efforts to apply artificial intelligence to integrated circuit design and optimization of the next generation of CPUs, GPUs, and memories.
Fern Yoon has always loved the big picture. This focus serves her well in her current role as Director of Automotive Systems Engineering and Marketing at Texas Instruments, as she brings together customer and company initiatives to solve big challenges.
Deepali Trehan’s story is a human story, an underdog story, that happens to involve engineering. In this Season 6 kickoff episode of Moore’s Lobby, we visit with the VP and GM of Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group about FPGAs, AI, chiplets, and more.
How do you begin by building world-record robots and end up trying to revolutionize the electronics industry? Dr. Duncan Haldane, co-founder and CEO of JITX, retraces his fascinating career path and describes their vision for a better circuit design process.
Michael Armstrong, CTO of Electric Power Systems and recognized leader in electrified aircraft propulsion, discusses the unique challenges and opportunities presented by electric aviation and how future aircraft may look much different than those we rely on today.
Join leading electronics industry experts from Mouser, XTG, and MacroFab as we discuss the state of the supply chain, the hottest trends in business and technology, where we are headed, and how we can all work together more efficiently.
Wei Li is the VP and GM for Artificial Intelligence and Analytics at Intel where, for 20 years, he has been an award-winning technologist and leader. He now directs their AI Everywhere initiative.
The explosive growth in electronics systems and compute-intensive workloads is pointing toward a significant, and potentially unsustainable, increase in energy use. Samuel Naffziger, AMD Senior Vice President, and Corporate Fellow, has been the lead innovator behind many of AMD’s…
What if you started designing an autonomous vehicle from the ground up? How different would it be from what is on the road today? Ryan McMichael of Zoox (an Amazon subsidiary) joins us to discuss how those questions impact the cars and the complex sensor systems that will enable an…
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.