EDPS (The Electronic Design Process Symposium) provides an exchange of ideas among the top thinkers, movers, and shakers who focus on how chips and systems are designed in the electronics industry. Attendees of this elite workshop have met each year in Sand City (Monterey, CA) since 1993. It has attracted some of the most far-seeing people in electronics as speakers. (Plus me.) It’s a forum for the Design community to discuss EDA’s state-of-the-art with an eye towards improving electronics design processes and EDA/CAD methodologies, rather focusing on individual tools themselves.
Thursday, April 7, 2011
- 8:30 AM: Check-ins and On-site Registration
- 9:00 AM: Morning Keynote Speaker
- 10:00 AM: Parallel EDA
- Noon: Keynote Speaker
- 1:30 PM: High-Level Design
- 4:30 PM: Cloud Computing
Friday, April 8, 2011
- 9:00 AM: Low-Power Design
- 11:30 AM: 3D ICs
This is an inexpensive conclave with an emphasis on discussion and networking. It’s only $280 for IEEE Members; $100 for unemployed IEEE members. Save $50 through March 18th.
Full information and registration: www.eda.org/edps