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Electronic Engineering News that's not for the faint of heart. EE Journal's Amelia Dalton presents this week's EE news in an informative, fun and engaging style and interviews top EE dignitaries from across the globe.

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Electronic Engineering News that's not for the faint of heart. EE Journal's Amelia Dalton presents this week's EE news in an informative, fun and engaging style and interviews top EE dignitaries from across the globe.

    Seeing with Phlux: A New Era for Infrared Photodiode Sensor Technology

    Seeing with Phlux: A New Era for Infrared Photodiode Sensor Technology

    Are you ready to jump feet first into the world of infrared sensor technology? In this week’s podcast, Phlux Technology CEO Ben White and I chat all about Plux Technology’s groundbreaking avalanche photodiode (APD) infrared sensor technology. We investigate the benefits that these sensors will bring to a variety of different applications and where Ben sees sustainable photonic technology development headed in the future. Also this week, I check out a new stretchy electronic skin developed at the University of Texas Austin that could equip robots with the same softness and touch sensitivity as human skin.

    • 16 min
    Digital Signal Processing and the AI Architecture Evolution

    Digital Signal Processing and the AI Architecture Evolution

    This week’s Fish Fry podcast is all about digital signal processing! Pulin Desai (Cadence Design Systems) joins me to chat about recent developments in vision, radar and lidar applications, AI inference trends that are driving the need for flexible and programmable digital signal processing, and why DSPs are indispensable in the new world of artificial intelligence. Also this week, I check out a new PCB prototype developed at the University of Washington that is almost completely recyclable. (Spoiler Alert: It can turn into jelly!)

    • 17 min
    Space According to LEO: How Low Earth Orbit Satellite Technology Is Opening Up New Space Applications

    Space According to LEO: How Low Earth Orbit Satellite Technology Is Opening Up New Space Applications

    Low Earth Orbit satellite communication takes center stage in this week’s Fish Fry podcast! Mike McLernon from MathWorks joins me to chat all about the advantages of Low Earth Orbit satellites versus traditional Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) satellites, the challenges of this kind of satellite technology, and the tools and practices that engineers can use to overcome these challenges. Also this week, I investigate new research from the University of Helsinki that contends that we can accurately predict LEO satellite movement with the help of weather models.

    • 14 min
    Decision Superiority, Shared Intelligence and The Future of Battlefield AI

    Decision Superiority, Shared Intelligence and The Future of Battlefield AI

    My podcast guest this week is Tim Stewart, Director of Business Development at Aitech. Tim and I investigate how AI is enabling decision superiority, the details of the OODA Loop, and the role that project convergence will play in the future of battlefield technologies. (We also talk about Tim’s Titanic lego project!) Keeping with our military theme, I also check out a new autonomous submarine developed by the Australian government called the Ghost Shark!

    • 18 min
    The Future of AI will be Sparse

    The Future of AI will be Sparse

    My podcast guest this week is Femtosense CEO Sam Fok! Sam and I chat about the role that sparsity will play in the future of AI, the details of Femtosense’s SPU hardware platform and how Femtosense’s AI technology is being used for AI speech enhancement in hearing aids. Also this week, I check out how you can design your own function warp drive with the help of a new groundbreaking open source software toolkit called Warp Factory.

    • 15 min
    Thin-Film Piezoelectric MEMS: A New Day for Exciting MEMS Applications

    Thin-Film Piezoelectric MEMS: A New Day for Exciting MEMS Applications

    I am happy to announce that longtime friend of the show Alissa Fitzgerald is my guest this week! Alissa and I discuss MEMS product development, the details of AMFitzgerald’s unique innovation process, and why recent developments in thin-film PZT MEMS chips will change the future of MEMS applications.  

    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

sleeping1ion ,

High quality and fun

This podcast helps bring current electronic engineering subjects to life. The host is engaging and knowledgeable, and the format is casual but informative. The excellent audio quality helps make the whole package very listenable.

Am1978 ,

Fun technical podcast!

Great electronic engineering podcast!

N251CT ,

Fun and insightful for professional electronic engineers

Amelia's lighthearted style and nerdy interviews with industry experts combine to bring a fun and interesting vibe to deep-tech topics in electronic design.

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