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“Global Markets, Global Technology, Global Students, and New Job Opportunity”

September 22, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am

Co-sponsored by: Microwave Theory and Techniques, Antenna & Propagation, Computer, Signal Processing Chapter, and Fairleigh Dickson University

Today’s market and technology requires students which are educated in analog technology.  Only at the tail end the digital signal processing takes over. Once the analog part is not performing well, the digital part cannot correct it. This presentation defines the knowledge required from analog RF engineers to be successful in global market and global technology.  One of the most advanced technologies is the technology found in cell phones. The reported research work examines the basic shift in the world economy as communication technology and new media are reshaping the competitive landscape. The new economy thrives on creativity and innovation, which is the name that seems to be most used to call the age of our time. All the economies in the world are fast becoming interdependent. Off-shoring and outsourcing are commonplace, manufacturing and even service provision seek the lowest cost of labor. A new economy based on knowledge use and production–new technology–is becoming critically important. Media, academe and policy-makers are heralding the onset of a whole new economy calling for “creativity and innovation.” This requires a deeper understanding of the role of technology, particularly the Internet and the worldwide web, the economics of doing business in the digital age, and the politics of truly global problem solving.


Speaker(s): Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr. h.c. mult. Ulrich L. Rohde ,


11:00AM-11:30AM: Talk You don’t have to be IEEE member to attend the talk.

Free refreshment/lunch for all the attendess. IEEE Student members are encouraged to attend the lecture.

Room: 105
Bldg: Muscarelle Center
Fairleigh Dickson University
1000 River Road Teaneck
Teaneck, New Jersey


September 22, 2017
11:00 am - 11:30 am



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