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SSCS Webinars For Young Excellence: Effective Technical Presentations: The How-To Guide, Presented By: Danielle Griffith

Date
2024-04-10
Time
10:00 AM EST
Location
Webinar - Online
Contact
Aeisha VanBuskirk – a.vanbuskirk@ieee.org
Web site
https://ieee.webex.com/weblink/register/r78800cba3de7cb2eda11b36a13df66de
Sponsorship
Sponsor
Presenter
Danielle Griffith
Description
Abstract: You’ve spent years at university honing your technical knowledge, but this alone is not enough to ensure success in your career. Communications skills are essential to achieving your goals. You need to be able express your ideas clearly so that everyone understands their value. This talk will describe the four steps of preparing to give a technical presentation and give you tips to make your presentation have the impact it deserves. The material is targeted towards preparing to give your first high visibility presentation, such as ISSCC, but the points can be adapted to a wide range of situations, from presenting your ideas to your department head, your thesis advisor, or at an internal conference.

Biography: Danielle Griffith is a Fellow at Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas, responsible for system architecture of next generation low power wireless connectivity SoCs. Her current focus areas are circuits and architectures for efficient wireless systems, low power oscillators, and MEMS circuitry.  She has published two book chapters and >70 papers and holds 23 issued US patents. Danielle has given numerous IEEE conference plenary talks, tutorials and workshop sessions.  She has been a TPC member for top IEEE conferences, including RFIC, ISSCC, and VLSI and is a senior member of the IEEE. She was an associate editor of the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits from 2020-2023 and a Distinguished Lecturer of the SSCS 2021-2022. She received the Bachelors and Masters degrees in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.