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Fri, 13 Jul 2012 12:08:28 EST Mark Benson to present on achieving optimal thermal design for battery-powered devices
MINNEAPOLIS – July 13, 2012 — Logic PD's director of software strategy, Mark Benson, is presenting at CMOS (Communications, Microsystems, Optoelectronics, Sensors) Emerging Technologies Conference being held next week in Vancouver. During the four-day conference, industry leaders will present in-depth tutorials describing state-of-the-art technology and future research directions.
On, July 18, Benson will present 'Trading Power and Performance to Achieve Optimal Thermal Design for Battery-Powered Devices,' at 1:30 p.m. PT. During this session, Benson will explore the thermal performance problems that exist in small battery-powered devices and software techniques for managing thermal performance. He will also discuss new advances coming in microprocessor design that enable possibilities for better software thermal management.
For more information about the CMOS Emerging Technologies Conference, visit http://www.cmoset.com/2012.html.
About the Speaker
Mark Benson is the director of software strategy at Logic PD. Benson is responsible for leading product software development, championing the software aspects of the technology roadmap and setting the overall software strategy for the company. Since joining Logic PD in October 2000, Benson has led highly-creative and productive multi-discipline (industrial design, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, software engineering, manufacturing) teams in the development of advanced embedded product designs for the industrial, medical, aerospace, military and consumer industries. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Bethel University and a master's degree in software engineering from the University of Minnesota.
About Logic PD
Logic PD is a product innovation expert with the ability to discover, design, develop and deliver market-leading products under one roof. Logic PD's experienced team of creative problem solvers and cutting-edge modular technology products supported by its partner ecosystem enable companies to control costs, reduce risk and deliver innovative products to market faster. The company is headquartered in Minneapolis, with offices in Austin, Boston and San Diego. For more information, visit www.logicpd.com or follow us on Twitter @LogicPD.
Mark Benson to present on achieving optimal thermal design for battery-powered devices