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Throughout 2021 MIPI is releasing new versions of its key camera, display, and I3C interface specifications to ensure they remain ‘state-of-the-art’ in terms of their performance, data rates, feature set and power consumption.
In this presentation, technical experts will provide an update on MIPI’s CSI-2, DSI-2, and I3C specifications. Emphasis will be placed on the latest technical enhancements that support new capabilities for mobile, automotive and IoT devices. All layers of the protocol stack will be covered, from physical to protocol layers plus associated software tools.
James Goel, Chair, MIPI Technical Steering Group and Vice Chair, MIPI Display Working Group
James has a bachelor’s of applied science (B.A.Sc.) in electrical engineering from the University of Waterloo in Canada and is a licensed professional engineer (P. Eng.) in Ontario where he's practiced for the last 30 years.
He's spent his career developing technical standards for artificial intelligence/machine learning, video, audio and interface solutions in both engineering and management positions. He's been with Qualcomm for the last nine years after it acquired his previous company.
Michele Scarlatella, I3C Technical Consultant, MIPI Alliance
As a long-time contributor to the MIPI I3C specification, Michele currently serves as an I3C technical consultant for MIPI Alliance. Formerly he spent 18 years at STMicroelectronics covering multiple senior roles including Director of Technology & System Architecture within the Microcontroller & ICs Division, and Director within the central marketing team for secure microcontrollers.
He was part of the Board of Directors for the Trusted Connectivity Alliance (formerly SIMAlliance) for over 10 years. Michele began his career in basic scientific research and academia, working at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. He holds three patents and has published more than 50 scientific papers.
Hugo Santos, Member, MIPI CSI-2 Working Group, Synopsy
Hugo is presently a research and development manager at Synopsys where he manages the IP implementation and verification team for MIPI camera and display IP products across multiple sites. Since 2013 he has represented Synopsys within the MIPI Alliance with specific focus on MIPI’s camera and display working groups.
Hugo is also vice-chair of the MIPI automotive working group. He holds a master’s of engineering in electronics and telecommunications from Poznan University of Technology.