Steve Pytel - ANSYS / MFEBU Product Management / Senior Director
Topic: Innovation via Simulation講師簡介
Steve has held various roles at ANSYS beginning as a Signal Integrity Application Engineer to his current role as the Senior Director of Product Management for the Mechanical, Fluids and Electronics Business Units. He received a Doctor of Philosophy specializing in Signal Integrity from the University of South Carolina. Steve previously worked at Intel as a Signal Integrity and Hardware Design Engineer where he helped design Blade, Telecom, and Enterprise servers. He has over 50 publications with an invited book chapter on signal integrity simulation within Maxwell’s Equations: The Foundations of Signal Integrity authored by Paul Huray.
王陳肇 / ASE
Topic: New Generation SiP Technology for mmWave講師簡介
邢雷鍾 - 台達電子股份有限公司 / 機電事業群 / 經理
1. 台灣科技大學 機械研究所
2. 台達電子 機電事業群 工程師
3. 台達電子 機電事業群 副理
4. 台達電子 機電事業群 經理
何敦逸 - Mediatek / HFID / Manager
Topic: Design trends and challenges faced ahead of signal and power integrity講師簡介
Danny Ho is an SI/PI Department Manager at Mediatek. His team is responsible for SI/PI system co-design on die/PKG/PCB including modeling methodology, high speed signals and PDN analysis as well as product SI/PI sign-off. Prior to Mediatek, he worked for IBM as a project system lead and an SI/PI lead. He was deeply involved in high speed signal interfaces of memory and serdes system design and high performance xPU PDN co-design. Danny Ho received his M.S. degree in Electronics Engineering from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology.
John Stokes - ANSYS / Director of Software Development
Topic: Recent Advances in CFD Simulation Capabilities講師簡介
John Stokes is a Director of Software Development for the Fluids Business at ANSYS, leading a team focused on addressing specific needs of the aerospace industry for the past three years. John has had various technical and management roles over more than 20 years with the organization, including many years as Product Manager for CFX. John completed his post-secondary education in Canada, holding undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering from Dalhousie University and McGill, respectively, as well as a Master’s degree in Fluid Mechanics from the University of Waterloo.