• What did we learn in 2009?
  • Is the worst behind us?
  • What is the state of engineering today?
  • And what do we have to look forward to in 2010?

Spend 2 hours with EE Times Group to find out the answers to these questions and more.

You are invited to an exclusive roundtable brought to you by the EE Times Group. Hear from our content experts on market trends, best practices, new techniques for engaging with engineers, and how we are using a three step approach to re-energize our place in the market, re-think the way we do business, and re-engineer new and exciting products to meet the demands that 2010 will bring.


Richard Nass, Director of Media/Content, EE Times Group

Richard Nass’ key responsibilities include setting the editorial direction for the various properties within EE Times Group including Embedded Systems Design Magazine, Embedded.com, the global Embedded Systems Conferences, and all custom events. Nass has been in the Electronics OEM industry for over 20 years. Before taking on the his current role for EE Times Group, he oversaw the Embedded and Custom groups and the TechOnline DesignLine network of design engineering web sites. Prior to that, he spent six years as the Editor-in-Chief of Portable Design magazine, where he drove the editorial to new heights while launching a magazine and technical conference in China. Preceding that, Rich was a Technology Editor with Electronic Design magazine. Nass holds a BSEE degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

David Blaza, Vice President, Events and Embedded Systems at the EETimes Group

David has over 20 years of sales, marketing and publishing experience in the technology sector working for companies as diverse as IBM Europe, Motorola, Mars Electronics, CMP and now United Business Media. David built his early career selling new technology into emerging applications. After moving into technology publishing in 1994, David sold some of the earliest versions of internet ads on the EETimes.com website and led the CMP Electronics Group web sales initiatives. David was named Publisher of Embedded Systems Design magazine in late 2005 and now manages the Events and Embedded Systems portfolio of print, online and events businesses at EETimes Group (a division of United Business Media).