Updates on the MIPI specifications developed to meet requirements for functional safety, security and data protection
The event is targeted toward automotive developers, system architects and engineering managers who are focused on the design, development, integration and test of next-generation automotive E/E architectures.
Edo Cohen is co-chair of the MIPI A-PHY Working Group and has been a member of MIPI Alliance since 2009, participating in multiple working groups, including serving as the vice-chair of the Display Working Group. He is Valens’ vice president ecosystem development, spearheading automotive standardization. Edo brings more than 30 years of experience as a senior system engineer, with extensive knowledge in system architecture, technical specifications, definition and execution.
Raj Kumar Nagpal is senior manager at Synopsys and serves as co-chair of the MIPI A-PHY Working Group, chair of the PHY Steering Group and chair of the D-PHY Working Group. He has more than 25 years of research and development experience in various fields of electronics, including RF engineering, high-speed serial links, signal integrity, power integrity and product validation.
Ariel Lasry serves as vice chair of the MIPI A-PHY Working Group. For more than a decade, he has been actively engaged in standardization activities across multiple SDOs including MIPI Alliance, where he has been an active contributor to multiple working groups since 2009.
Philip Hawkes is co-chair of the MIPI Security Working Group. His experience covers mobile networks, location technologies, IoT/M2M, WiFi and wired connectivity. Phil is currently a principal engineer, technology, at Qualcomm, and started his career as a symmetric cryptography expert involved in both design and analysis of algorithms.
Rick Wietfeldt is co-chair of the MIPI Security Working Group and serves as a senior director, technology, at Qualcomm Technologies Inc. He joined Qualcomm in 2007 and established the Advanced Connectivity Technology office responsible for the standards developments organizations (SDO) that drive mobile interface standards. He has authored numerous publications and been awarded numerous patents in mobile device architecture and operation.
Peter Lefkin has been providing leadership and guidance to the standards development community for more than 20 years. In 2022, he was promoted to executive director of MIPI Alliance, after having served as its managing director since 2011. As MIPI's senior staff executive, he is responsible for all MIPI activities and operations, from strategy development to implementation, and also serves as secretary to the MIPI Alliance Board of Directors.