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Now systems designers can get personalised distance training in a programmable analogue technology.
News from Anadigm (19 August 2004)
IMEC is set to host this year's FPL, the international conference on field-programmable logic and its applications.
News from IMEC (19 August 2004)
Three new members, Riello Galatrek, Premium Power and PFC Engineering, double the size of the Power Quality Partnership and bring new expertise to the UK's premier power quality training programme.
News from Copper Development Association (18 August 2004)
Global Technology Conferences is now accepting submissions for the "First-look new product forum" during GSPx, the international embedded solutions event.
News from Global Technology Conferences (18 August 2004)
Indium Corp is holding a Pb-free QuickStart seminar in Illinois on 14th and 15th September 2004.
News from Indium Corporation of America (18 August 2004)
With 75,000 visitors from the international electronics industry expected to make their way to Electronica this November prospective delegates can save time and money by preregistering online.
News from Electronica (18 August 2004)
Leading technology analysts and editors from the industry's top technical press are set to lead a series of presentations and freewheeling panel discussions at the upcoming ARM Developers' Conference.
News from ARM (12 August 2004)
Global Technology Conferences (GTC) has revealed the vast amount of information to be presented GSPx, the international embedded solutions event designed by and for the industry.
News from Global Technology Conferences (12 August 2004)
Free CPD seminars on power quality and availability will be held in Edinburgh, London and Birmingham.
News from Copper Development Association (10 August 2004)
Aculab has revealed the dates for the US leg of its highly successful "Aculab's products and futures" seminars.
News from Aculab ( 6 August 2004)
The latest in TDCs series of free GSM/GPRS and GPS workshops will be held on Thursday 23rd September at the Abacus Group headquarters in Newbury, Berkshire.
News from TDC (Telecom Design Communications) ( 6 August 2004)
Image Processing and Optical Technology (IPOT) has formed an exciting new partnership with Photonics Cluster (UK) who will hold a series of free seminars at the NEC show in February 2005.
News from Trident Exhibitions ( 6 August 2004)
On 13th July 2004 at San Jose's Marriott Hotel, experts from the semiconductor packaging market presented an in-depth seminar addressing the challenges facing tomorrow's packaging professionals.
News from Henkel Technologies ( 3 August 2004)
Logic Technology and Mindshare are organising a series of in-depth courses for hardware and software engineers responsible for incorporating USB technology in their embedded products.
News from Logic Technology ( 3 August 2004)
The UK Chips and Tools conference and exhibition will take place on 21st September 2004 at the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre in Reading.
News from InventsUK (27 July 2004)
ZVEI has organised a conference on European environmental policy on 16th September in Stuttgart.
News from ZVEI (27 July 2004)
Nutwood UK has announced full details of the conference programme that will run alongside the EMC UK 2004 exhibition at Newbury Racecourse on 12th and 13th October.
News from Nutwood UK (13 July 2004)
The success of the recent EMC York 2004 event, which took place on 1st and 2nd July 2004, is definitely something to write home about.
News from York EMC Services ( 9 July 2004)
The University of Surrey has appointed Prof Christopher M Snowden, FREng, CEng, FIEE, FIEEE as its Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive with effect from 1st July 2005.
News from University Of Surrey ( 8 July 2004)
The next Indium Corp Pb-free QuickStart seminar will be held on 27th and 28th July in Ft Lauderdale Florida.
News from Indium Corporation of America ( 6 July 2004)