RIT conference on embedded system design and wireless sensor development takes place Nov. 19
Freescale Semiconductor researcher to address symposium
Nov. 14, 2008
by Michelle Cometa
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The third annual Freescale Symposium featuring the newest semiconductor research and applications development takes place Wednesday, Nov. 19 at the Rochester Institute of Technology campus. The program opens with keynote presenter Kevin Kemp, Freescale’s director of external research programs, at 9 a.m. in the Xerox Auditorium, in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering.
The symposium, hosted by the Department of Computer Engineering and Freescale Semiconductor, is free and open to area engineering professionals. The symposium features a series of interactive workshops and demonstrations from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The workshops will cover information related to wireless sensor monitoring, middleware development for embedded applications and architectural solutions for multi-core systems.
Freescale has a longstanding research and educational partnership with RIT and currently sponsors the Department of Computer Engineering’s Embedded Systems Laboratory. To register for the symposium, visit www.freescale.com/FRTS