Last week was dedicated to signal integrity in Copenhagen: SI Week 2016. We had some very good questions and discussions this year during the 3 courses on Signal Integrity, Simulation and Stackup Design.
Lee Ritchey was in good shape and kept sharing knowledge and experience all of Mon/Tue/Wed and Friday. Thursday was a full day of simulation run by Rolf Ostergaard showing how simple simulations serves two purposes: 1) you get a pretty accurate result with limited effort, and 2) you may not get confused and actually do it right 🙂
This years version was the first full SI Week in Copenhagen. Participants came from Romania, Turkey, Poland, Switzerland, UK, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Norway and even a few from Denmark 🙂
A few of the comments on the simulation course:
Rolf explained all the topics in the context of the course comprehensively and coherently. All questions were answered.
Great way to start using important simulations.
The simulation day was surprisingly relevant and augmented the SI course in a good way.
Good with the practical/hands-on practice to complement the theory in the SI course.
Thanks to all who participated and helped making it so successful. Enjoy your summer – we will be back with more good courses after summer.
PS: If you missed this, but still want signal integrity training… Go sign up for the next SI courses in November (Munich and Ringwood/UK). Or organize an on-site at your company (need 8+ people).