Want to learn more about wireless power? Bring your questions to our expert panel as IEEE, TI and WPC team up to host a free live Q&A on the IEEE Power Electronics Society LinkedIn Group. Request to join the group here ahead of time and tune in on August 30, 2016 from 9:00-10:00 a.m. CT from your desktop to chat about what wireless power looks like today and how it’s being adopted in emerging sectors like industrial and automotive. Whether you are searching for insight on the latest trends or designing your own products, our gurus are here to chat!
The free live Q&A will feature IEEE PELS, TI wireless power experts Janice Escobar and Dick Stacey and WPC expert, John Perzow. Learn more about them below!
Meet the wireless power experts
Dick Stacey graduated from The University of Texas with a BSEE. He joined TI when Benchmarq was acquired in 1999. He has worked in various roles including test, systems, applications and validation. Dick has worked on products ranging from load switches to LED drivers and battery products from chargers to battery fuel gauges. His focus now is applications on wireless power.
Janice Escobar graduated from Lehigh University with a degree in computer engineering. She joined TI as an application rotation employee and has recently moved to product marketing after three years at Texas Instruments. Janice has worked on products including power management ICs to smart grid technologies and is now focusing on wireless power.
John Perzow is the vice president, market development for the Wireless Power Consortium and founder, ASM Consultants, LLC, which provides market research, product, market and corporate development consulting services for analog and mixed-signal semiconductor and system manufacturers.
Prior to founding his consulting group, John was the marketing director for Analog Devices Power Management group, the marketing director and product line manager for the power group of Broadcom Corp. and marketing director for National Semiconductor power group. John began his career as part of the start-up team of Comlinear Corporation, which designed high-speed amplifiers and data converters. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering Education from Colorado State University and an MBA from the University of Colorado. John is co-named in six patents in power electronic circuit design and is on the Industrial Advisory Board, Colorado State University. John and his wife reside in Fort Collins, Colorado.