2014 ECE Executive Insights

Sam Fuller, Analog Devices

Question 3: You have been involved with electrical and computer engineering for many years.  What are the changes in ECE education that you have seen and what have you liked and not liked?



Question 1: Why is ADI motivated to be involved with ECEHDA?

Question 2: How else is Analog Devices collaborating with universities today?

Question 3: You have been involved with electrical and computer engineering for many years.  What are the changes in ECE education that you have seen and what have you liked and not liked?

Question 4:

 "Learn before doing” has been the dominant approach to engineering education for many years, with a typical curriculum requiring 1-2 years of general math and science before delving into discipline-specific courses.  Can technology make engineering concepts more accessible to enable “learn by doing,” thus inspiring students and improving student retention in engineering?



Question 5: What advice to you give to new college graduates coming to work in your company?


 
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