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Dudi Tash


Founder& CEO, Dgtronix

Dudi founded Dgtronix in 2008 and is the company CEO

Coupled with a strong technical and business background Dudi leads the Dgtronix team with about 30 years of Hardware Design, and development experience, and 15 years of experience in Signal and Power Integrity.

Prior to Dgtronix, Dudi held the positions:​

HW Director at Slyde Technologies, a multimedia-on-wireless provider

Senior HW Development Engineer at Flexlight Networks

actively involved in the area of GPON; Senior HW Development Engineer at Silicom (part of the RAD Group), dedicated to SAN communications systems; Digital HW Development Engineer at Atrica (NSN), an optical communications company with a focus on 10G Ethernet

Digital HW Development Engineer at Orckit Communications (Corrigent), a leading xDSL system provider

Dudi holds BSc (TE) in Electrical Engineering and an MBA, both from Tel Aviv University.


Steve Sandler


Managing Director, Picotest

Steve Sandler has been involved with power system engineering for nearly 40 years. Steve is the founder of PICOTEST.com, a company specializing in power integrity solutions including measurement products, services and training. He frequently lectures and leads workshops internationally on the topics of power, PDN and distributed systems and is a Keysight certified expert for EDA software.

Steve frequently writes articles and books related to power supply and PDN performance and his latest book, Power Integrity: Measuring, Optimizing and Troubleshooting Power-Related Parameters in Electronics Systems was published by McGraw-Hill in 2014.  Steve founded AEi Systems, a well-established leader in worst case circuit analysis and troubleshooting of high reliability systems.


Keynote Speaker


Signal Integrity Application Scientist , Keysight Technologies

Mike Resso has over twenty-five years of experience in the test and measurement industry. His background includes the design and development of electro-optic test instrumentation for aerospace and commercial applications.  His most recent activity has focused on the complete multiport characterization of high speed digital interconnects using Time Domain Reflectometry and Vector Network Analysis.  He has authored over 30 professional publications including a book on signal integrity. Mike has been awarded one US patent and has twice received the Agilent “Spark of Insight” Award for his contribution to the company. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of California.


Product Architect High-Speed Analysis Products, Mentor Graphics

Experienced electronics and telecommunications engineer with a solid foundation and strong academic background in Signal & Power Integrity, High-speed, Digital Logic Design, Programmable Logic, Computer Architecture, and PCB Design. Expert in signal/power integrity tools, schematic and board layout tools in system design involving high speed digital, mixed signal or RF circuit cards. Author/co-author of several papers and articles including two Best Paper Awards (DesignCon 2016 and 2018).

Hee-Soo Lee

Hee-soo has held several different positions in Keysight Technologies, Agilent Technologies, and Hewlett-Packard including field applications engineer, consulting business manager, and marketing application engineer since 1989. Before he worked for Daeryung Ind, Inc. as a RF/MW circuit design engineer. He has more than 30 years of design and simulation experience in the area of RF, Microwave, and high-speed designs. He graduated with a BSEE degree from the Hankuk Aviation University, South Korea.


Product owner , Keysight Technologies

Dassault Systems

Danilo Di Febo

Danilo Di Febo was born in Atri (TE), Italy, in 1980. He received the Laurea degree in electronic engineering in 2009 and the Ph.D. degree in electrical and information engineering in 2013, both from the University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila, Italy.

The main focus of his activities was modeling and analysis of complex system, signal and power integrity on PCB, signal and power integrity on complex system that involve board placed in the final position, cables and all the connections, EMC analysis of integrated system.

In the past he worked on IBIS files, improving  their function and correct all the errors generated by IBIS rules checker, using a standalone tolls developed in Java, on EMC on satellite modules and avionic equipment’s,  and on FSV feature selective validation, a tool that implement an IEEE strategy to compare data using an engineering approach.


Dan Froelich

Director of Systems Engineering and Domain Expert, PCIe, Tektronix

Dan Froelich joined Tektronix in November 2018.  For the prior 18 years Dan worked as an Intel engineer and architect focused on specification and compliance test methodology development for USB and PCI Express standards. Dan served as co-chair of the PCI-SIG electrical workgroup and technical editor for the electrical specification for the PCIe 4.0 and PCIe 5.0 specification development. Dan also served as chair of the PCI-SIG Card Electromechanical (CEM) workgroup and technical editor from 2005 to 2018 covering the PCI Express 2.0, 3.0, 4.0 and early 5.0 CEM specification development.  In addition, Dan served as co-chair of the Serial Enabling (Compliance Program) workgroup from 2007 - 2018 and served as technical editor and technical lead or developer on many of the test specifications and tools used by the PCI-SIG compliance program.  Dan also won an Intel Achievement Award as the overall technical lead on the USB 2.0 industry compliance program and wrote the USB 3.0 hub and isochronous protocol specifications.  Dan Froelich graduated with honors and high distinction from Harvey Mudd College in 1996 with a BS in Physics.  Dan holds 6 US patents with several more applications pending.


Alex Manukovsky

Technical lead of the Signal & Power Integrity, Intel

Alex Manukovsky is a technical lead of the

Signal & Power Integrity team at Intel.
Networking Division, responsible for the development of indoor link simulator for high speed serial links, combining both traditional methods of frequency and time domain simulation along with machine learning capabilities.


R&D Project Manager, Harmonic Video Networks

Shimon Mordooch is an R&D Project Manager, Harmonic Video Networks. He has over 24 years of experience of various hardware design aspects in the field of telecommunications and networks, covering design and managerial positions.

Through the years he was involved in chassis designs starting as a board designer all the way to system level definitions of the whole chassis, its backplane, signal/power integrity and management.


Amiram Jibly

System Design Technical lead at the Network ASIC group , Intel

Amiram Jibly  has been with Intel in the last 8 years and is experienced in package and board design for high speed systems.

His current work focuses on passive interconnect simulation for 56G interfaces as well as design for 25G and 56G electrical validation systems.


Igal Fridman

HW Design Engineer, Major Technology Company

Igal Fridman is a Hardware Engineer with a major consumer electronics company. Last 7 years he was with Broadcom Inc, leading design of 56 Gbps SerDes solutions. Previously, Igal was with Intel responsible for SerDes SI simulations. Igal has more than 14 years’ experience with high-speed system design and simulations, PCB structure optimization, high-speed and analog validation. Igal graduated from the Ben-Gurion University of Negev, Israel at 2003 and earned M.Sc. at 2007 from the same university.


Dror Haviv

Signal/Power Integrity and Electromagnetism Specialist, Rafael

Dror Haviv received his B.Sc degree in 2006 from the Institute of Technology, Holon, Israel and his M.Sc degree in 2009 from Ben-Gurion university, Be'er-Sheva, Israel. Both degrees are in Electrical Engineering, specialization area: Electromagnetism and Microwaves. From 2010 to 2013 he served as signal/power integrity (SIPI) engineer in the EMC group in Rafael. In these days he serves as the SIPI focal point of the R&D division in Rafael and as a corporate researcher. His job duties include SIPI researches, high speed board design consulting, SIPI laboratory experiments, SIPI trainings (Course Lecturer), electromagnetic and SIPI simulations from board level to platform level and EMC engineering.


Liav Ben-Artsi

Staff Signal Integrity Manager, Marvell

Liav is a Staff Signal Integrity Manager at Marvell Israel Ltd.

Liav has worked at Marvell for the last 19 years, most of the time as a signal integrity engineer, focusing on signal integrity methodologies, Generating board and package signal integrity related guidelines, Test plan definitions and signal integrity training.

Liav takes an active part in IEEE802.3ck standard committee, and formerly in 802.3bj, actively contributing to the signal integrity related sections and definitions of the standard including package models for COM and more.

Liav holds multiple patents in the SI field.

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