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AltiumLive 2020 Preview and Carbon is the New Black

In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, we have a special preview of next week’s AltiumLive 2020 Virtual Summit with Ted Pawela (COO – Altium). Ted and I chat about the goals of this year’s conference, why high speed design will take center stage again this year, and why this conference is a unique collaboration between different engineering communities. We also take a closer look at how a team at UC Berkeley discovered what could be the first building blocks to making carbon transistors and all carbon electronics a reality.

 

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