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ECE TECH TALKS
Host Barry Sullivan sits down for casual conversations with thought leaders in ECE – across both academia and industry – to hear their perspectives on the latest in research, technology, and their vision of the future.
Mar 1, 2021
A Conversation with Steven W. McLaughlin, Georgia Institute of Technology
In today's episode, brought to you by Texas Instruments, hosts Barry Sullivan and John Janowiak sit down with longtime ECEDHA friend and supporter, Steven McLaughlin, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at Georgia Tech. Steve first joined Georgia Tech in 1996 and has since held many leadership roles, including Steve W. Chaddick Chair in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). In 2014, he co-founded CREATE-X, a campus-wide effort to instill entrepreneurial confidence in students and help them launch companies. His research interests include the general area of communications and information theory. His group has published more than 250 papers in journals and conferences and holds 36 U.S. patents.* *Tune in today as we learn more about Steve's background as an engineer, the ways Georgia Tech has pivoted amid COVID (including a homegrown surveillance testing program and a new face shield design), and the ongoing work towards diversity, equity and inclusion.
Feb 9, 2021
A Conversation with Ahmad Bahai, Texas Instruments
Welcome to the ECE TECH TALKS podcast! We're thrilled to kick off the series with an old friend: Ahmad Bahai, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Texas Instruments. At TI, Ahmad is responsible for guiding breakthrough innovation, corporate research and Kilby Labs. Prior to this role, Bahai served as vice president and chief technologist, leading Kilby Labs, TI’s innovation centers focused on breakthrough technology, and innovation. In addition to his role at TI, Bahai is an adjunct professor at Stanford University and an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow. In this episode, we'll discuss the ways in which technology is inseparable from our future, the increasing intelligence of AI, virtual reality in our current climate, and more!