Flexible hybrid electronics represents high performance integrated devices that are curved and variable in form factor. Electronics that augment our daily activities and interact with our surroundings like no personal computing device ever has are emerging in new and varied application spaces. And as methods to design and build these devices are developed, business and supply chain paradigms are challenged. Building outside the box requires thinking outside the box. Speakers will highlight the latest technical breakthroughs, unique electronics applications, and business strategies. This FHE go-to event is the center of technical and informative demonstration of flexible hybrid and printed electronics products, equipment, processes and materials and the applications they enable. We are inviting speakers from across the electronics supply chain to present on FHE innovation and the impact it is having on the future of electronic products.
DVCon is the premier conference on the application of languages, tools, and methodologies for the design and verification of electronic systems and integrated circuits. The focus of the conference is the usage of specialized design and verification languages such as Verilog, SystemVerilog, VHDL, PSL, SystemC and e, as well as general purpose languages such as C, C++, PERL, Tcl, and Python. Tools and methodologies include the use of machine learning, testbench automation, hardware-assisted verification, hardware/software co-verification, formal verification, transaction-level system design, high level synthesis, low power design techniques, 3D chip designs, IP based SoC design methods, reference flows and AMS design.
The five-day technical conference features peer reviewed presentations and more than 180 invited speakers, the thought leaders in the industry presenting the highlights of emerging technologies. Additional technical programming throughout the week includes special symposia, special sessions, in-depth tutorials, workshops, panels and the thought-provoking rump session.
The Organizing Committee will prepare an exciting and profound conference programme, focusing on areas that are bringing new challenges to the system design community. The DATE conference covers the design process, test, and automation tools for electronics, ranging from integrated circuits to distributed embedded systems. The conference scope includes both hardware and embedded software design issues. It also includes the elaboration of design requirements and new architectures for challenging application fields such as internet of things, multimedia, healthcare, smart energy, and automotive systems.
NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is the premier AI conference, offering hundreds of workshops, sessions, and keynotes hosted by organizations like Google, Amazon, Facebook as well as rising startups. GTC showcases the latest breakthroughs in AI training and inference, industry-changing technologies, and successful implementations from research to production.