2016 ECE Executive Insights

Dave Wilson, National Instruments




Question 1: NI has had a long standing commitment in helping engage students from Kindergarten through University to inspire them to pursue engineering as a career. Why does NI consider this an important priority?



Question 1: NI has had a long standing commitment in helping engage students from Kindergarten through University to inspire them to pursue engineering as a career. Why does NI consider this an important priority?

Question 2: What's NI's stance in providing educators and students with tools to enable hands-on learning?

Question 3: NI has had a long standing presence supporting Circuits and Measurements courses. In recent years, NI has also expanded its reach to support areas in like Controls, Embedded and Student Design, and RF/Wireless Communications. Explain.

Question 4: What advice does NI have for ECE students preparing to enter the work force?

Question 5: What skill sets does NI look for in your college hires?









 
 Follow ECEDHA on Twitter
 


 

View the latest issue!
‚Äč

On Demand Webinars
Rethinking Electronics Fundamentals
Sponsored by National Instruments

Oscilloscopes for the Classroom
Sponsored by Keysight Technologies

The Global Impact of ECE - Spotlight on Latin America
In Partnership with National Instruments, ISTEC, LACCEI, and Tecnológico de Monterrey
 
Modeling Capacitive Devices with COMSOL Multiphysics®
Sponsored by COMSOL

E-mail the event date, name and link to information@ecedha.org to be added to the calendar.

November 
9-10, 2018
 Northeast Regional   Meeting
 Boston, MA


March
22-26, 2019:

 2019 ECEDHA Annual   Conference and ECExpo
 Hilton El Conquistador -  Tucson, AZ

Support ECE education! 
Become an ECEDHA Corporate Sponsor

Exhibit and sponsorship opportunities for 2018 are now available!


>> View Sponsorship Prospectus

Contact Kim Simpao
for more information
+1-773-315-7779 (mobile)
ksimpao@ecedha.org

Corporate Members

 



 


 

 
 


 

 

 

 
 



 Mouser

National Instruments 

 quanser

 
 

 Texas Instruments