Grace Hopper Celebration 2022
GHC 2022
ADI at Grace Hopper Celebration ADI at GHC 2022
September 20-23, 2022
Orlando, FL

Wednesday, September 21

Marine Maisonneuve

Marine Maisonneuve
Associate Product Engineer

Demonstration of Nano-Power Consumption of MEMS Inertial Sensor

Time: 1:30 pm EST

Reducing power consumption is top of mind for many in the Healthcare space. Analog Devices’ cutting-edge technology in MEMS Sensors provides solutions in healthcare, wearables, medical implants, and many others.

Sunrita Poddar

Sunrita Poddar
Lead Research Scientist

My Day at Analog Garage: Counting Photons to Language Understanding

Time: 2:30 pm EST

Learn about the variety of problems a researcher within the Algorithmic Systems Group at the Analog Garage works on. Spotlighted are two exciting projects a lead research scientist is currently involved in, photon counting for CT scanners and spoken language understanding at the edge.

Anne Mahaffey

Anne Mahaffey
Principal Software Engineer

Online Circuit Design and Simulation Tools

Time: 3:30 pm EST

An interactive exploration of Analog Devices’ web-based design tools, including technologies and algorithms. We will discuss how these web applications solve customer needs, and how our customers use these tools in tandem with offline simulation tools and hardware evaluation.

Thursday, September 22

Kevin Gillespie

Kevin Gillespie
Senior Manager

Broadcasting Bluetooth LE Audio

Time: 9:30 am EST

Get your hands dirty through a hands-on demonstration of Analog Devices’ microcontrollers broadcasting and receiving streaming music with LE Audio. Learn about Bluetooth with broadcast isochronous channels, audio encoding algorithms, and RF modulation.

Radhika Marathe, Kate Fischl

Radhika Marathe
Staff Research Engineer
Kate Fischl
Lead Machine Learning Engineer

Going Green: Hydrogen Monitoring and Modeling

Time: 10:30 am EST

Introduction to how Analog Devices’ solutions help to improve hydrogen production efficiency and reduce cost through monitoring and modeling equipment while supporting a more carbon-free and sustainable future for everyone.

Srilakshmi Pattaniraman

Srilakshmi Pattabiraman
Lead Research Scientist

The Theorist Is In At a Semiconductor Company!

Time: 11:30 am EST

Gain perspective from a recent graduate transitioning from a coding theorist to an industrial role within the Algorithmic Systems Group at the Analog Garage. Topics will include the unexpected research challenges and opportunities that a theorist enjoys at Analog Devices!

Lauren Mentzer

Lauren Mentzer
Senior Research Scientist

Tracking Robots and Drones from Images

Time: 12:30 pm EST

A key problem in robotics is enabling a robot to answer the question "Where am I?" This talk will explore the problem of visual odometry, which entails estimating a robot's position in a map using sequences of images. This approach is useful in indoor environments where robots lack access to GPS. Results from visual odometry research going on in the Analog Garage will be shown.

Reema Saleem

Reema Saleem
Software Engineer

Detect, Collect, Protect…Launching ADI into the fields of Aerospace and Defense

Time: 1:30 pm EST

Learn how Analog Devices, once a traditional semiconductor company, is now breaking down barriers in the quest to conquer harsh environments like space and the battlefield.

Leah Garber

Leah Garber
Lead Systems Engineer

Where Does Software Fit into a Semiconductor?

Time: 2:30 pm EST

Analog Devices is a solution driven company requiring various levels of software and computing expertise. Explore how cross-functional teams come together to create solutions to solve complex problems specifically related to our transceiver products.

Praptee Jambhorkar, Joyce-Wu, Sunrita-Poddar

Praptee Jambhorkar
Senior Systems Integration
Joyce Wu
Principal Biomedical System Engineer
Sunrita Poddar
Lead Research Scientist

Digital Healthcare Applications at Analog Devices

Time: 3:30 pm EST

Advancing technologies in the healthcare industry bring monitoring and diagnostics to your home for better patient outcomes and reduced clinical workload. Learn how Analog Devices’ solutions address these needs through vital sign monitoring and point-of-need diagnostics. The development of state-of-the-art techniques to enhance research in biology and pharma through DNA synthesis democratization will also be demonstrated.

Friday, September 23

Ziyan Feng

Ziyan Feng
Senior Software Development Engineer

OtoSense Quality Control Solution: Sensor-Driven AI for Enhanced Quality Control

Time: 9:30 am EST

Analog Devices' OtoSense Quality Control combines raw sensor signals, automation data, and human manufacturing expertise to deliver automated quality control operations in real time, at the edge, and on the production floor.

Kate Fischl

Kate Fischl
Lead Machine Learning Engineer

Don't Sleep On It: In-Bed Health Monitoring Algorithms

Time: 10:30 am EST

Healthcare is becoming increasingly data driven as more opportunities to capture, analyze, and apply patient data in medical decision-making emerge. Vital signs monitoring is a significant source of patient data. See how Analog Devices’ non-contact vital signs monitoring device calculates your heart rate, breathing rate, and heart rate variability while you are asleep. Our algorithm has been developed for real-time edge processing, facilitating more flexibility in the production of end-use applications.

Eugenia Kuzina

Eugenia Kuzina
Lead Software Quality Assurance Engineer

Quality Assurance of Software Engineering at Analog Garage

Time: 11:30 am EST

What is quality software anyway? Exploring what it means to shift software quality to the left in a heavily dynamic R&D environment at the Analog Garage.

Balarupini Rajendran

Balarupini Rajendran
Software Engineer

Low Latency Sensor Fusion for Inertial Navigation

Time: 12:30 pm EST

Learn about Monarch, an Inertial Navigation System (INS) demonstrator platform which uses ADI’s leading edge IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) technology to provide an accurate and robust navigation solution to navigation applications.