Moore's Lobby: Where engineers talk all about circuits

Moore's Lobby: Where engineers talk all about circuits

Moore's Lobby is a podcast for electrical engineers that shines a light on the industry's most pressing technical issues, from the rise of simulation to the role of analog design. Hear the voices of your peers—their challenges and triumphs and lessons learned—as host Dave Finch guides listeners through the human side of the concepts EEs need to be aware of today. Listen in every other Thursday for new episodes.... Show More

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February 19, 2021 44 min

Did you know that changing the size of a quantum dot changes the color it emits without altering any other properties? This deceptively simple fact goes down to the quantum level, where the color of a quantum dot can be controlled by changing how many nanometers across it is.

In this episode of Moore's Lobby, we're diving into what Dr. Seth Coe-Sullivan calls "the quantum weirdness" as we explore the concepts of nan...

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As CTO and co-founder of Virgin Hyperloop, Giegel is a mechanical engineer, former aerospace researcher, and a transportation revolutionary.

Hyperloop transportation has always been a bombastic proposal. Virgin Hyperloop aims to provide ground transportation up to 670 miles per hour. At those speeds, you could step into a hyperloop pod in New York City at noon and step out of it in Los Angeles in time for dinner five hours later, r...

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What does it take for a motorsport team to win five Formula E championships? And how do automotive companies translate that success into the electric vehicles we drive every day?

We’re kicking off Season 2 of Moore’s Lobby with a guest who will be familiar to motorsports fans across Formula 1 and its electric vehicle counterpart, Formula E. 

Motorsports are the ultimate proving ground for automotive technologies. When it comes to e...

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January 16, 2021 1 min

Season 2 of Moore's Lobby releases January 21st, 2021! 

Last year, we brought you the personal stories and experiences of some of the most interesting engineers from some of the most respected companies in our industry. This season, you’ll get cutting-edge insights from the leaders of groundbreaking companies like Virgin Hyperloop, Formula E, NS Nanotech, and many more.

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This keynote panel is moderated by engineer, New York Times bestselling author and producer of the Moore's Lobby podcast on All About Circuits, Dave Finch. 

 

About Our Panelists

Mark Burr-Lonnon, Senior Vice President of Global Service & EMEA and APAC Business at Mouser Electronics

Mark Burr-Lonnon, Senior Vice President of Global Service & EMEA and APAC Business, helps guide and lead Mouser Electronics’ global service...

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In this keynote, Dev Singh will engage in discussion with Dave Finch, engineer, New York Times bestselling author, and producer of the Moore's Lobby podcast on All About Circuits. The keynote session will be followed by a live Q&A with the audience.

 

About Dev Singh

Dev Singh serves as Senior Director of Business Development and Head of Autonomous Robotics, Drones and Intelligent Machines at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Dev...

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In this keynote, Lucas and Bryn will engage in discussion with Dave Finch, engineer, New York Times bestselling author, and producer of the Moore's Lobby podcast on All About Circuits. The keynote session will be followed by a live Q&A with the audience.

 

About Lucas di Grassi

Born in Sao Paulo, Lucas di Grassi is one of developers of the highly successful, electric-powered Formula E. Lucas also is a member of the board an...

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In this episode, Professor Anant Agarwal spoke with host Dave Finch about the next 5, 10, 25 years of online education for engineers. The keynote session was followed by a live Q&A with the audience.

 

About Anant Agarwal

Anant Agarwal is the Founder and CEO of edX. Anant taught the first edX course on circuits and electronics from MIT, which drew 155,000 students from 162 countries. He has served as the director of CSAIL, MIT&...

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In this episode, Richard Barry discusses real-time edge processing with Dave Finch, New York Times bestselling author and producer of the Moore's Lobby podcast on All About Circuits. 

 

About Richard Barry

Richard Barry founded the FreeRTOS project in 2003, spent more than a decade developing and promoting FreeRTOS through his company Real Time Engineers Ltd, and currently continues his work on FreeRTOS as a senior principal en...

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This week in Moore's Lobby, our guest is Matthew Dominick—EE, Navy test pilot, and astronaut for NASA.

You'll hear Matthew and Dave hit on a slew of topics. What's the ultimate "double E airplane"? What makes touchscreen vs. button interface design so incredibly important in the cockpit of a fighter jet? What is WOM and why do we rely on it so much for education? And what makes Matthew describe part of his job a...

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In this episode of Moore's Lobby, we continue our series on wireless connectivity for the IoT. This time, we're focusing on Zigbee, Z-Wave, and Bluetooth mesh.

Learn about the "Balkanization" of IoT connectivity, hear where these three specifications fit in the landscape of smart devices, and get to know the new industry standard for hardware of "Can it run Doom?"

And Dave narrowly avoids making a "pardo...

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In our eighth episode, host Dave Finch discusses how to get from prototype to market, zeroing in on the process of DFM or, more accurately DFX, which stands for "Design for" ...well, anything that comes after the design.

Why does cost go up after a product's been released for a while? When should you consider certifcation in the design process? How can young engineers hope to familiarize themselves with DFM if they neve...

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Don't call it a wireless protocol! In this episode of Moore's Lobby, we're talking about Wi-SUN, an interoperable, auto-optimizing wireless IoT specification that supports smart city functionality in dense urban environments. 

What do you imagine when you think of the smart cities of the future? IoT streetlights, smart metering, gunshot detection, pollution sensing—the possibilities of interconnected, wireless sensor ne...

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In this episode of Moore's Lobby, Dave sits down with two engineers about power design in the automotive space. 

You'll hear about how ignoring the holistic system in favor of high efficiency can mean too much of a good thing. You'll learn about IGBTs vs. MOSFETs in the automotive space. And you'll also pick up snippets about why single-sourced new components are forbidden fruit and why it's important to acknowl...

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In this episode of Moore's Lobby, host Dave Finch takes a look at wireless IoT technologies and comes away with the knowledge that there is definitely no such thing as a "one size fits all" solution. 

Hear the voices of two experts weigh in: CEO of The Things Network, Wienke Giezeman, and CTO/COO of Senet (as well as LoRa Alliance board member), Dave Kjendal. 

This conversation will dive into the intricacies and extraor...

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Welcome to the age of coding. Hardware design has changed a lot in recent years, in no small part because electrical engineers are required to take part in more and more firmware and software design.

In this episode of Moore's Lobby, host Dave Finch talks to two engineers with storied careers about how the engineers at their two mega-companies rely on coding skills to make the best products possible. 

First, you'll hear Tim...

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When you're launching the next Falcon rocket or Mars rover, the last thing you want is one line of Verilog standing between you and a successful test. Sandip Dasgupta, Senior Electrical Engineer at SpaceX talks about smart rockets, FPGA design, and where SpaceX gets its ICs in this episode of Moore's Lobby.

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How do electrical engineers innovate? How can they take the risks needed to try new things when they're focused on delivering functional designs on time and under budget? Hear three industry voices dig into the how—and, more importantly, the why—of innovation in the trenches of electronic design.

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In the face of the most severe pandemic in a century, how are electrical engineers dealing with the challenge of working from home? Here are three stories of engineering success in spite of separation from teams and equipment.

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