Friday, March 9, 2012

ISQED announces program, focus on innovation and quality in electronic design

SANTA CLARA, USA: The 13th annual International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED), the premier electronic design quality conference, announced its 2012 program consisting of talks by experts that cover multiple topics related to electronic design and semiconductors. The speakers and attendees include designers, users, and providers of integrated circuits (IC) and systems, semiconductor packaging, assembly and test technology, as well as Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools.

ISQED convenes Monday, March 19 through Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at TechMart, Santa Clara. The event includes free admission to select presentations and exhibits.

Conference highlights
ISQED features 22 technical sessions with close to one hundred papers, as well as keynotes, tutorials, workshops and exhibits, all with a focus on the latest innovations in electronic design.

Keynote speeches
* Taming the Challenges in Advanced Node Design -- Tom Beckley, Cadence Design Systems Inc.

* Beyond 28nm: New Frontiers and Innovations in Design for Manufacturability - Luigi Capodieci, GLOBALFOUNDRIES

Resistive Switching Concepts: Towards a Paradigm Change in Using Non-Volatile Memories? -- Christophe Muller, Aix-Marseille University

* Applications Driven Analog Technology Development and Innovation -- Venu Menon, Texas Instruments

* Tech and Space: A Symbiotic Relationship -- Rich Goldman, Synopsys

* The End of Performance Scaling? -- Dean M. Tullsen, University of California, San Diego

* 10x Power Reduction with 10x More Variability: Does it Make Sense? -- Jos Huisken, IMEC-NL.

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