EE-Training delivers high-quality training courses for serious electronic engineers wanting to stay at the top of the curve, with a special passion for signal-integrity and high-speed hardware design.
We have been conducting courses for electronic engineers worldwide since 2004, with Rolf V. Ostergaard (previously founder of Axcon) as the driving force.
The humble but significant vision is to keep electronic design as an important part of the local economy by world-class education of local engineers.
Back in 1999, while working for 3Com, Rolf Ostergaard faced a tough problem getting a fairly advanced cable modem product to pass EMI testing on a 4-layer board. This turned into a hunt for both a solution to the problem at hand and a deeper understanding. Luckily enough, Lee Ritchey happened to be working in the same building. That turned into a fascination for signal integrity and a drive to help fellow engineers understand this.
Fast forward to 2004, this topic became the cornerstone training course for what later became EE-Training. After an exit from a consulting company founded to do advanced electronics and embedded software design projects, EE-Training became a focused effort. A partnership as a certified instructor for Doulos cemented the position as a respected trainer in signal integrity worldwide.
As the organizer of Nordic SI Week, Rolf has demonstrated that pulling in 60+ participants for a topic this unique and truly niche is doable – even with a full-week program.
In 2018-19 EE-training ran about one course per month somewhere in the world with signal integrity as the key topic. Today most courses are live online and the frequency is about 4-5 courses per year.