Webinar: Powering Scientific Discovery with Precision Electronics
The real world is analog: collections of molecules and charges making up everything we sense and interact with. From field monitoring to lab-based research, precision-integrated electronics are at the heart of the scientific instruments that help us understand our world, improve our healthcare, and prove the value of sustainability. Come see how ADI enables scientific insight.
Tune in and learn about:
- How precision electronics relate to scientific instrument performance
- Tools and resources that simplify and enhance your designs
- Common signal chains and example technologies that accelerate measurement platform development
This webinar will be recorded. If you cannot attend live, please register and a copy of the recording will be emailed to you automatically when it becomes available.
Scientific Instruments Marketing Manager, Analog Devices Inc.
Daniel Braunworth is the segment manager for Analog Devices’ Scientific Instruments business, a key segment of ADI’s Instrumentation business. Daniel has an electrical engineering degree from Oregon State University and has been leading and developing marketing strategies in the semiconductor industry for the past 12 years with a focus on analog, sensing, and power management technology. His current role has been focused on driving technology investments to address system-level instrumentation challenges.
Technical Content Director EMEA, Mouser Electronics
Mark is responsible for creating and circulating technical content within the region. Before leading Technical Content, Mark was part of Mouser’s EMEA Supplier Marketing team and played a vital role in establishing and developing relationships with key manufacturing partners.
Mark’s previous experience encompasses active engineering roles, technical support, semiconductor technical sales, and various marketing positions. A “hands-on” engineer at heart, Mark holds a first-class Honors Degree in Electronics Engineering from Coventry University.