As most of you already know, my passion is fashion photography. I’m a firm believer that you have to put in your time to make it where you want to be, in other words, your goal. On the road to my goal I’ll venture into new territory because at the end of the day, I still have bills to pay. Fashion will hopefully one day pay all my bills.
I had the opportunity to shoot the 12th Annual International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design. The conference was held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Santa Clara, CA.
The conference was hosted by Dr. Ali Iranmanesh, a Stanford University graduate who holds an impressive background in Electrical Engineering. I have no real interest in electrical engineering myself but what I did appreciate at this conference was the wealth of knowledge that these individuals have. During a keynote speech, most of the time is not actually taking pictures but waiting for the right moment to take the shot. All other times I’m trying to listen in and gather any piece of information that would make any sense to me. To my surprise I didn’t understand one word of anything these guys were talking about but it opened up a new appreciation to the power of knowledge.
Dr. Kamran Eshraghian, President at Innovation Labs & Distiguished Professor at World Class University (WCU) Korea receiving an award from isQED.
From our very own Stanford University, Professor R. Fabian W. Pease delivers a keynote speech on Moore’s Law.
During lunch, Rich Morse from Springsoft delivers a speech on Custom Physical design. Rich Morse is a Technical Marketing and EDA Alliances Manager for the Physical Design Product Group at SpringSoft.