Yes, it’s true — the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Minneapolis 2018 Call for Speakers has passed. But you are in luck — it has been extended for two more weeks. That’s right, you still have two weeks to submit your proposal for your chance to speak alongside some of the industry’s top experts.
ESC conference tracks drill down into Embedded Hardware Design & Verification, Embedded Software Design & Verification, IoT & Connected Devices, and for the second year, Advanced Technologies. Information in all of these tracks are presented through two-hour tutorials, as well as 45-minute technical sessions, classic postmortems, panel discussions, and product teardowns.
Our goal is to deliver a unique and highly useful educational experience for embedded systems designers and technical professionals involved in designing electronics products and systems. We encourage proposals from speakers with deep technical and practical expertise in embedded systems hardware, software, and firmware, as well as practitioners who have developed strategies for reducing time, cost, and complexity in the embedded development process.
Submit your speaking proposal now ahead of the new March 21, 2018, deadline to reach hundreds of industry professionals who are advancing in embedded hardware, embedded software, IoT & connected devices, and advanced technologies.
Click here to submit your proposal.
Click here to check out the 2017 ESC Minneapolis lineup.
If you have any questions, or even if you miss the extended deadline, please email Jennifer Campbell, Technical Content Producer, ESC.
Whether you are there to speak or not, we hope to see you in Minneapolis!