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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics


A regular speaker on the tech conference circuit and a Senior Director at FTI Consulting, Sylvie Barak is an authority on the electronics space, social media in a b2b context, digital content creation and distribution. She has a passion for gadgets, electronics, and science fiction.

Can Quantum Computing Actually Solve Anything Useful? Sylvie Barak
Those in quantum computing are inevitably asked, “What can a quantum computer do that a classical computer can’t?” Here, we discuss why we should continue to focus on quantum computing.

Will Quantum Computing Become Commoditized? Sylvie Barak
As quantum computing gains attention and as companies both small and large start getting involved, some believe the technology may eventually see the same commoditization as classical computers before them. Investors in the space, however, disagree.

Santa Is Quantum Sylvie Barak
While cynics smirk and dismiss Santa as some kind of gimmick, the truth is that all one needs to believe is some theoretical physics. Learn how quantum physics explains Santa.

Battle for Quantum Computing Developers Heats Up Sylvie Barak
Quantum computing continues to generate buzz. Previously rooted firmly in physicists’ realm, today’s quantum computing make it easier for non-physicists to get involved. The current talent pool is small and being snapped up fast.

Quantum Computing, What Is It And Why Should We Care? Sylvie Barak
In this Q&A with bestselling author of Quantum Computing for Babies, William Hurley (Whurley), a visionary in the field who is on a mission to connect quantum hardware to the organizations who can use them, we discuss the basics of quantum computing and how engineers can get involved today.

Robo-Pop: How Robots Came to Dominate Popular Culture Sylvie Barak
Robots have captured our imagination since Leonardo da Vinci’s medieval sketches, but humanity’s mania with humanoid mechanical beings—friend or foe—has only intensified. The last century saw robots becoming a cornerstone of pop culture, showing up everywhere from books to films, TV shows, and songs, continuing the takeover of human entertainment.

5G Is So Near-Future: A Look Ahead to 6G and 7G Sylvie Barak
5G may be the buzzword of the moment, but it’s so near-future. We should be future-forward, thinking of near “sci-fi like possibilities” of 6G and 7G that may arise just a decade or two from now, with wireless speeds up to 11Gbps enabling things like mind-to-mind communication, home ATM machines, space roaming, and so much more!

The Rise Of Soft-Robotics Sylvie Barak
The rise of soft robotics is inspiring new materials and technologies that are able to sense certain cues—pressure, forces form different directions, vibrations, and more. Soft robotics use soft, compliant mechanisms and actuators, built using fluids and flexible materials, enabling a wide range of motion, making them more useful for things like exoskeletons or wearables. While soft robotics may sound a little wimpy, the reality is that the technology will likely punch way above its weight in terms of usefulness by blending the best of human with the best of mechanical in the near future.

Engineering for Space: Many Challenges, Various Solutions Sylvie Barak
High-performance, zero margin for error, extreme environments, and more are just some of the high-stakes challenges that space engineers face. New materials, louvres, space hardening, Whipple shielding, and artificial intelligence (AI) are just some of the ways space design challenges are addressed.

3-D Printing as Part of the Next Industrial Revolution Sylvie Barak
Humanity has streamlined the process of manufacturing several times over the course of its history. First, we channeled water and steam to mechanize production. Then we learned to harness electrical power for mass production. Next, electronics and information technology helped us increase automation. Now with 3-D design and printing, we’re able to blend the physical, virtual, biological, and chemical.

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