S. Rusu (Intel), â€œMicroprocessor Design in the Nanoscale Eraâ€, J. Craninckx (IMEC) â€œLow-power Successive Approximation ADCs for Wireless Applicationsâ€, F. Dielacher (Infineon) "Circuit design in SiGe:C", L. Breems (NXP) "Delta-Sigma Modulators"
Willy Sansen (KU Leuven), â€œDesign of low noise analog integrated circuitsâ€, Firat Yazicioglu (IMEC), â€œLow-power interface circuits for bio-potential and physiological signal acquisitionâ€
Fabrice Bedoucha (PSA Peugeot Citroen), â€œEmbedded software in automotiveâ€
Francesco Svelto, Prof. (IEEE Distinguished Lecturer), Introduction to Voltage Controlled Oscillators", "Transceivers for wireless communications at millimeter-waves"
Tadeusz Asyngier (Tektronix Switzerland), â€œHI-SPEED INTERFACES: Methodology of measurement with Tektronix Instrumentsâ€
Willy Sansen (KU Leuven), â€œCircuits with resistor and capacitor cancellation: design techniques to enhance high-frequency performance without increased power consumption"
Prof. Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli (Edgar L. and Harold H. Buttner Chair of EESC, Dept. of EE and CS, University of California, Berkeley, USA, IEEE fellow), â€œA History of Design Technology: from rubylith cutting and punch cards to swarm systemsâ€
Prof. Edoardo Charbon (EPFL), â€œSingle Photon Imagersâ€
Robert Bogdan Staszewski, Prof. (UCLA, Dublin), "It is Time to use Time for Digital RF Clock Generation"
Willy Sansen (KU Leuven), â€œ:Short Course on Selected Aspects in Analog Microelectronics Designâ€
Maciej KsiÄ…Å¼ek, (Delphi/Aptiv), â€œActive safety technologies in 21st century vehiclesâ€
Robert Bogdan Staszewski, Prof. (UCLA, Dublin), Design of Discrete-Time Receivers for the Internet-of-Things
Andrzej Wetula, Paulina Biernacka, Szymon PocaÅ‚uÅ„ (Merit Automotive), â€œSoftware Development Process in Merit Automotiveâ€