Signal integrity is a subject you just can’t ignore in modern hardware design. The unfortunate thing is that many engineers still see this as partly black magic, when it really is not.
There is a ton of good training available today, as well as books, websites and tools. Lots to read and learn from. Almost too much. Wouldn’t it be nice to have it all summed up in an easy to understand, very practical and useful digest?
Well, that’s exactly what we have for you in November at the Clarion hotel in Stockholm.
Lee Ritchey is coming back to teach his world famous 3-day class on signal integrity and advanced systems design for hardware designers, system architects and layout people.
We started doing these classes in Denmark some 3 years ago. Then we moved to Sweden last year. Every time with interested engineers attending from all over Europe.
I know this is a great course (after attending 5 times, I still pick up new stuff), but I must say that I have been amazed every time with how positive the feed-back from the engineers have been. Doing training myself, I know how hard it is to constantly get good evaluation results.
Venue: Clarion Hotel Stockholm, Ringvägen 98, Box 20025, 104 60 STOCKHOLM.
Dates: Wednesday November 24th to Friday November 26th, 2010. 3 days total.
Time: 9:00 to 16:00 all 3 days.
Price: DKK 15.500 per person (EUR 2.090).
Register before September 15th, 2010 for only DKK 14.000 per person (EUR 1.890).
Marketing for a course like this is a lot of work, and requires contact to a lot of engineers. We usually have partners in the industry help us do that, offering them a chance to be part of the course in exchange. We have had various evening events sponsored by the partners in the previous years.
This year is no difference – we have two evening event slots open for partners. If you are a good marketing partner for this, let us know. If you as a potential attendee is thinking of a specific partner we should team up with for this – let us know as well. The comments below are open – and you can also shoot me an email any time.