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To stimulate the interest of young and pre-university students in general engineering related topics and specifically those which use integrated circuits, the IEEE SSCS Tunisia Chapter co-organized the first version of the event EN’JUNIOR.

It is mainly the organization of a visit and a guided tour to the National Engineering School of Sfax (ENIS), Tunisia, on Saturday May 14th, 2022.

This visit can be a unique opportunity for these young students to discover what’s behind the new technologies, in particular those related to applications which are well known. These include Robots, CubeSats, and IoT systems.

IEEE EMC Society Boston Chapter April Meeting: Dr. Lam Presentation

IEEE EMC Society Boston Chapter April Meeting: Dr. Lam Presentation 616 821 ieeeeduweek

Speaker: Dr. Cheung-Wei Lam, Distinguished Engineer and Chief EM Technologist at Apple

Topic: Common Misconceptions about Inductance & Current Return Path

Abstract: In today’s high-speed system designs, a good understanding of inductance and current return path is important for signal integrity and EMI control. Unfortunately, several key concepts about the two have often been misunderstood or overlooked. This presentation will discuss the main concepts and some common misconceptions about inductance and current return path. Examples will be given at the chip and PCB levels.

Dr. Cheung-Wei Lam is a Distinguished Engineer and Chief EM Technologist at Apple. Prior to Apple, he was a co-founder at Transcendent Design Technology and a principal engineer at Quad Design Technology. Dr. Lam received B.S. from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and S.M./Ph.D. from MIT. He currently serves as an IEEE EMC Society Respected Speaker and was a past IEEE EMC Society Distinguished Lecturer.


Registration is not required for this event. Zoom Link to be provided closer to event. Please visit EMC Boston Chapter website for details: