In celebration of Circuit Cellar’s 25th year of publishing electrical engineering articles, we’ll release a special edition magazine around the start of 2013. The issue’s theme will be the past, present, and future of embedded electronics. World-renowned engineers, innovators, academics, and corporate leaders will provide essays, interviews, and projects on embedded design-related topics such as mixed-signal designs, the future of 8-bit chips, rapid prototyping, FPGAs, graphical user interfaces, embedded security, and much more.
Here are some of the essay topics that will appear in the issue:
- The history of Circuit Cellar — Steve Ciarcia (Founder, Circuit Cellar, Engineer)
- Do small-RAM devices have a future? — by John Regehr (Professor, University of Utah)
- A review of embedded security risks — by Patrick Schaumont (Professor, Virginia Tech)
- The DIY electronics revolution — by Limor Fried (Founder, Adafruit Industries)
- The future of rapid prototyping — by Simon Ford (ARM mbed, Engineer)
- Robust design — by George Novacek (Engineer, Retired Aerospace Executive)
- Twenty-five essential embedded system design principles — by Bob Japenga (Embedded Systems Engineer, Co-Founder, Microtools Inc.)
- Mixed-signal designs: the 25 errors you’ll make at least once — by Robert Lacoste (Founder, Alciom; Engineer)
- User interface tips for embedded designers — by Curt Twillinger (Engineer)
- Thinking in terms of hardware platforms, not chips — by Clemens Valens (Engineer, Elektor)
- The future of FPGAs — by Colin O’Flynn (Engineer)
- The future of e-learning for engineers and programmers — by Marty Hauff (e-Learning Specialist, Altium)
- And more!
We’ll feature interviews with embedded industry leaders and forward-thinking embedded design engineers and programmers such as:
- Steve Sanghi (CEO, Microchip Technology)
- Jeff Kodosky (Co-Founder, National Instruments & “the father of LabVIEW“)
- Jean Labrosse (Founder, Micrium)
- Stefan Skarin (CEO, IAR Systems)
- Y. B. Lee (President & CEO, WIZnet)
- And more!
In addition to the essays and interviews listed above, the issue will also include:
- PROJECTS will be available via QR codes
- INFOGRAPHICS depicting tech-related likes, dislikes, and ideas of hundreds of engineers.
- And a few surprises!
Who Gets It?
All Circuit Cellar subscribers will receive the 25th Anniversary issue. Additionally, the magazine will be available online and promoted by Circuit Cellar’s parent company, Elektor International Media.
Want to get involved? Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are still available. Find out more by contacting Peter Wostrel at Strategic Media Marketing at 978-281-7708 (ext. 100) or firstname.lastname@example.org. Inquire about editorial opportunities by contacting the editorial department.
About Circuit Cellar
Steve Ciarcia launched Circuit Cellar magazine in 1988. From its beginning as “Ciarcia’s Circuit Cellar,” a popular, long-running column in BYTE magazine, Ciarcia leveraged his engineering knowledge and passion for writing about it by launching his own publication. Since then, tens of thousands of readers around the world have come to regard Circuit Cellar as the #1 source for need-to-know information about embedded electronics, design, and programming.