Do you want to be on the forefront of EDA? Ready to help improve the overall design process? Read on.

Sunset view from the Monterey Beach Resort hotel.

There’s an annual meeting that focuses on the overall design process that’s coming up in April and it’s not too soon to start thinking about it. After all, you might want to present something. The theme of this year’s annual Electronic Design Process Symposium (EDPS) is “Advancing EDA into the 21st Century—Phase II” and the call for papers has just gone out. If you’ve got something important to discuss, this is the place to do it and this is the audience you want to connect with. The people that regularly attend this meeting are the movers and shakers in both industry and academic circles. The event is jointly sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society of Silicon Valley, the IEEE Design Automation Technical Committee (DATC), and CEDA (the IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation). This is the event’s 19th year and the event location is the usual: the Monterey Beach Resort hotel in beautiful Sand City, the industrial/commercial adjunct to Monterey, CA.

The EDPS call for papers is looking for presentation proposals under the following suggested themes:

  • Parallel EDA
  • High-Level Design
  • Cloud Computing
  • Low-Power Design
  • 3D IC’s

Other important topics will also be considered. The submission deadline is February 29, 2012. Send proposals to edps@eda.org.

If you already know you want to attend this event, you can sign up here.

About sleibson2

EDA360 Evangelist and Marketing Director at Cadence Design Systems (blog at https://eda360insider.wordpress.com/)
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