Aerospace

Mouser Presents Grant Imahara at this Week’s Microchip MASTERs Conference

17 August 2016

Global electronics distributor Mouser Electronics, Inc., the exclusive sponsor of this week’s 2016 Microchip MASTERs Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, will present Grant Imahara, the spokesperson for Mouser’s Empowering Innovation Together™ program, as the featured speaker on August 18th for a live presentation, and question and answer session.

Mouser’s Grant Imahara. Source: Mouser   Mouser’s Grant Imahara. Source: Mouser

Well known in the engineering community, Grant Imahara has paired his engineering expertise with a Hollywood TV and film career. In addition to his roles on MythBusters and BattleBots, Grant has worked on many famous robotic characters, including "R2-D2" in the Star Wars prequels, The Late Late Show's robot skeleton sidekick Geoff Peterson and the Energizer Bunny. Grant has also mentored aFIRST Robotics team, lending his expert guidance on how to create the right robot for the job.

During the presentation, Grant will share where he gets his inspiration, information and innovative ideas. Afterwards, Grant will open the floor for a live question and answer session where MASTERs attendees will get the opportunity to meet Grant and take photos.

MASTERs offers an in-depth exchange of technical information between customers and Microchip subject-matter experts, including the company’s technical partners and design partners.

The Microchip MASTERs Conference is the premier technical training event for embedded control engineers. This year, the MASTERs Conference commemorates its 20th anniversary with the theme"Inspire. Inform. Innovate." 

The MASTERs Conference features four days of networking opportunities, fun activities, exhibitor booths and more than 100 lectures and hands-on classes for engineers of all skill levels. Engineers can choose from classes about Microchip’s products, as well as general embedded control topics, like motor control, power supply design, lighting control, communication protocols like Bluetooth, LoRa, USB and TCP/IP, C programming, graphic display technologies, touch sense methods and analog system design. 



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