MEMS are finding new usages in healthcare, automotive, gaming and a new wave of consumer applications like wearable technology. Design requirements for these applications include ultra-low power consumption, high sensitivity, reliable performance and often a small form factor. Through the webinar, you will learn how MEMS can be optimized to meet these design requirements. Products and solutions by ST Microelectronics and Arrow Electronics that make evaluation and design easier are also discussed.

Design engineers, software engineers and system architects will learn:

  • Fundamentals of MEMS sensors – accelerometers, gyroscopes, and magnetometers
  • Design techniques for optimizing sensor performance and power consumption
  • Tools and solutions for easy evaluation of stand-alone sensors and integrated sensor modules


Scott Kerstein
Senior Field Applications Engineer,
Arrow Electronics

Scott Kerstein has been with Arrow Electronics for 8+ years and works as Senior Field Applications Engineer. He brought to Arrow over 18 years of experience in Automotive electronics, integrated circuit design with hardware experience and applications support. Scott received his B.S.E.E. and has a Master’s Degree in Electronics and Computer Controlled Systems. The best part of his job is learning new technologies and sharing it with his customers.

Dominique Barbier
Application Manager, STMicroelectronics

Dominique Barbier is an Application Manager for MEMS and HESA (High-End Sensors & Analog Division) products at STMicroelectronics. He received his BSEE with specialty in Microelectronics from ISMEA, ESIM group, in Marseille, France. After working for four years in France, he moved to STMicroelectronics in USA, where he eventually earned his spot after initially working 10 years focusing on non-volatile memory products. Later on, he decided to explore new areas: sensors and analog products, in which he has been working for four years.