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IESF 2011 Moves to Frankfurt

Mike Jensen

Mike Jensen

Posted Sep 26, 2011
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If you plan to be in Frankfurt, Germany on November 17, mark your calendars for Mentor Graphics’ Automotive and Commercial Vehicles Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF). You’ll enjoy 26 industry sessions planned specifically for E/E design engineers, engineering managers, and executives in the automotive and commercial vehicle industries. This IESF event will be particularly interesting if your professional responsibilities include:

  • Architecture and Complexity Management
  • Electrical Systems Design
  • AUTOSAR and Network Design
  • System Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis
  • Wire Harness Design and Engineering
  • Systems Integration
  • Embedded Software
  • PCB Systems Design
  • Electronics Thermal Design
  • ECAD/MCAD, and PLM
  • Service and Documentation

During IESF you can explore transportation industry issues, examine solutions, and network with peers during targeted technical sessions and events, including:

  • Full program of keynotes, industry presentations, case studies, and breakout sessions
  • Guest speakers from industry specialists and major Automotive OEMs and suppliers
  • Educational tutorials
  • Solutions expo
  • Roundtable discussions
  • Networking events

In addition to these sessions and events, speakers will present on key industry topics:

  • Meeting the Challenges of Modern Electrical Systems by Alan Bennett, Chief Electrical and Electronics Engineer, Aston Martin, UK
  • Manage Complexity in Automotive Product Development by Brett Hillhouse, WW Systems Executive, IBM
  • The EE Flow in a Fuel Conscious Age by Hanns Windele, Vice President of European and India operations, Mentor Graphics
  • The Next Steps in Define-Design-Build & Service by Martin O’Brien, General Manager of Integrated Electrical Systems, Mentor Graphics

Please join us in Frankfurt at the Steigenberger Hotel. IESF Frankfurt is free and seating is limited. Click here for an event overview, and here for schedule and registration information.

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About Mike Jensen

Mike JensenMost career paths rooted in high technology take many interesting (and often rewarding) twists and turns. Mine has certainly done just that. After graduating in electrical engineering from the University of Utah (go Utes!), I set off to explore the exciting, multi-faceted high tech industry. My career path since has wound its way from aircraft systems engineering for the United States Air Force, to over two decades in applications engineering and technical marketing for leading design automation software companies, working exclusively with mechatronic system modeling and analysis tools. Along the way, I’ve worked with customers in a broad range of industries and technologies including transportation, communications, automotive, aerospace, semiconductor, computers, and consumer electronics; all-in-all a very interesting, rewarding, and challenging ride. In my current gig, I work on technical marketing projects for Mentor Graphics' SystemVision product line. And in my spare time I dream up gadgets and gizmos, some even big enough to qualify as systems, that I hope someday to build -- providing I can find yet a little more of that increasingly elusive spare time. Visit Mike Jensen's Blog

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