The new generation of engineers: Nominate rising stars in embedded

August 18, 2014 OpenSystems Media

Embedded computing is an evolving and changing industry breaking into new markets with things like wearables, DIY and maker platforms, and connected Internet of Things devices. Young engineers cutting their teeth and honing their skills in today’s embedded space are poised to expand its reach even further.

Great ideas can be sparked at any age and stage of an engineer’s career, but the new generation of engineers will be influencing the industry for a long time to come. We want to recognize these up-and-coming engineers’ success.

Embedded Computing Design will spotlight the Top 4 Engineers Under 40 in the November issue with Q&A’s answering: How is this candidate influential in the embedded industry? What innovative ideas has the candidate brought to our industry, and what sets him/her apart from the others?

Do you know a young engineer who may not be getting the recognition he/she deserves? Here’s your chance…

Nominate your candidate for Top Engineer Under 40 by September 12.

Monique DeVoe, Managing Editor
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