Muhammad Ali Mazidi is a senior professor at DeVry University in the College of Engineering and Information Sciences and an expert in the field of microcontroller-based system design whose textbooks are widely used in colleges, universities, and industries around the world.
Computer microprocessor architecture and programming is both a passion and a hobby for Mr. Mazidi, who has spent the last 25 years working in institutions both corporate (Raman Corp. and the Elkins Institute for the Elkin Training Company) and academic (Southern Methodist University) to advance the field.
Mr. Mazidi has transitioned his expertise as a writer and consultant in the field of microprocessors, microcontrollers and embedded systems designed to share his knowledge with the widest possible audience as an educator.
In addition to his teaching duties, Mr. Mazidi is chief researcher for Microprocessor Education Group -a company he a co-founded along with his wife, Janice- and operates the teaching portal MicroDigitalEd.com.
Mr. Mazidi holds a bachelor’s degree in science from Tabriz University in Iran, as well as master's degrees from both the University of Texas at Dallas and Southern Methodist University – where he is currently a.b.d. in the Electrical Engineering Department.
- More and more processing power of computers are being put into the smaller and smaller devices and bringing greater number of people into contact with each other.
- Revolutionary periods for personal computing -the PC, cell phone, PDA, and MP3 player- are all direct results of integrating more processing power into a smaller chip space.
- A deep understanding of hardware (computer architecture) and a good software skill (how to program them) will be crucial skills for continued success in the field.
- More and more integration of different components into smaller chip space necessitates evolving existing process and learning new ways to accomplish old tasks.
- A willingness to do thing different from the established method will help future developments in technology.
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