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|ANALOG DEVICES ANNOUNCES “MEET THE AUTHORS” EVENT AT EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
Norwood, MA - - Analog Devices, Inc. today announced a meet-the-authors
event in support of the impending publication of Embedded Media Processing. Authors David J. Katz and Rick Gentile,
engineers at ADI, will be on hand at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston on Tuesday, September 13 to meet with
show attendees and sign copies of their new book.
Analog Devices invites ESC attendees to a
book-signing and meet-the-authors event in celebration of the publication of Embedded Media Processing, a practical
guide for designers developing embedded media processing systems.
Systems Conference, Hynes Convention Center, at the Elsevier/Newnes Booth #308
Tuesday, September 13, 2005 from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
David J. Katz has nearly 15
years experience in analog, digital and embedded systems design. Currently, he is a Senior Applications Engineer at
Analog Devices, where he is involved in specifying new media processors. He has published internationally close to
100 embedded processing articles and has presented several conference papers in the field. Previously, he worked at
Motorola, Inc., as a senior design engineer. David holds both a B.S. and an M. Eng. in Electrical Engineering from
Rick Gentile has over 15 years experience in embedded systems, specializing
in software development and signal processing. He currently leads the Blackfin® Processor Applications Group at
Analog Devices. Rick is widely published and a frequent speaker at technical conferences. Previously, he was a
Member of the Technical Staff at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, leading several large software teams and designing embedded
signal processing systems used in a wide range of radar sensors. Rick received a B.S. from the University of
Massachusetts at Amherst and an M.S. from Northeastern University, both in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
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