Thursday, Nov 10 – Keysight talk hosted by PELS at U of A

If anyone would like a FREE copy of Alan’s excellent book, “The Parametric Measurement Handbook” please let me know (mattfrancis@ieee.org).  We have about 10 copies left.

For our November section meeting we had a distinguished talk co-hosted with our UA power electronics student society and made possible by 4th IEEE Workshop on Wide Bandgap Power Devices and Applications going on in Fayetteville this week.  Alan Wadsworth of Keysight discussed the challenges of working with wide-bandgap devices in the power electronics area.  The talk went go over both power semiconductor devices as well as the challenges of using them in DC or AC, single or three phase systems (https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/42057).

 

Alan Wadsworth, Keysight Talk

The talk will be at

11:00a on Thursday, Nov. 10th at the University of Arkansas Bell Engineering Center.  The talk will be on the 3rd floor in the ELEG Lounge.  All members are invited.

Meeting: https://goo.gl/maps/bWYJa7tTiX92

Parking: https://goo.gl/maps/R1BakvkHxLy

Alan Wadsworth is currently the Marketing Brand Manager for Keysight’s semiconductor and power products.  Prior to that he was part of Keysight’s semiconductor test division, working in a number of technical and marketing roles. Alan has over 30 years of experience in the semiconductor industry in both design and test.  He is also the author of Keysight’s Parametric Measurement Handbook, which contains over 200 pages of information on semiconductor parametric test and measurement techniques.  Alan holds bachelors and masters degrees in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

Keysight Technologies, or Keysight, is a US company that manufactures test and measurement equipment and software. In 2014, Keysight was spun off from Agilent Technologies, bringing with it the product lines focused on electronics and radio, leaving Agilent with the chemical and bio-analytical products.  Prior to its existence as an independent company, the group that became Keysight was Hewlett-Packard (HP)’s and then Agilent’s electronic test and measurement division.

 

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