Manufacturing batteries; James Webb House Telescope; MEMS digital twins.
Cadence’s Paul McLellan listens in on the challenges Tesla sees in manufacturing batteries for electrical autos at scale and the sorts of battery chemistries it are presently utilizing.
Synopsys’ Mark Kahan finds out the launch steps concerned with the James Webb House Telescope and the position of optical design software program in creating the brand new devices for Close to IR and Mid IR sensing.
Siemens’ Anthony Johnson checks out the just-launched James Webb House Telescope and the way simulation was used to make sure that all of the points of the system labored appropriately and will stand up to the cruel circumstances of area.
Ansys’ Aliyah Mallak considers a few of the design necessities of the James Webb House Telescope and the simulation instruments used to carry out orbital willpower, mirror pointing, and mirror alignment.
Coventor’s Gerold Schropfer seems to be into how digital twins allow quicker MEMS product improvement by supporting digital product testing and experimentation, and by minimizing bodily prototypes, sequential improvement, and lengthy build-and-test cycles.
An Arm author explains the Debug Entry Ports out there in Arm merchandise, the distinction between them, and the way to decide on appropriate DAPs for an SoC.
SEMI’s Heidi Hoffman considers the seek for expertise as microelectronics manufacturing corporations search for new knowledge analytics employees and attempt to overcome misperceptions concerning the manufacturing sector, compensation, and the generational divide.
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Expertise Editor Brian Bailey takes a glance again at the most well-liked classes and articles revealed in ‘Methods and Design’ and ‘Low Energy-Excessive Efficiency’ throughout 2021.
Synopsys’ Robert Parris surveys the evolution of FPGA prototyping from build-your-own efforts to extremely automated options.
Cadence’s Frank Schirrmeister warns that corporations should cooperate to resolve important challenges and allow new options.
Siemens EDA’s Nebabie Kebebew shines a lightweight on a quicker path to silicon success.
Codasip’s Rupert Baines finds the RISC-V market ripe for domain-specific designs.
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