2019 Programs Catalog
2019 Programs Catalog
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The SMART Design Pavilion, part of the new ES Design West event, will include the “Meet the Experts” Theater with six sessions over three days that address topical trends, such as advanced applications, machine learning and artificial intelligence, security, design for low-energy consumption, silicon design in the cloud and discussions on Moore’s Law. Check the agenda for details!
Be sure to attend the keynote addresses in the AI Design Forum, featuring:
|Aart de Geus, PhD
Chairman and co-Chief Executive Officer
|Lisa Su, PhD
President and CEO
ES Design West Meet the Experts Agenda
|Tuesday, July 9||Wednesday, July 10||Thursday, July 11|
|10:30am — 12:30pm||10:30am — 12:30pm||10:30am — 12:30pm|
|More than Moore||Silicon Design in the Cloud||Security|
|1:30pm — 4:30pm||1:30pm — 4:30pm||1:30pm — 4:30pm|
|Design for Low Energy||Machine Learning, AI, and EDA||Advanced Applications|
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Advanced Applications: From DSP and media processing through changing interface standards, SoCs continue to increase in complexity. This session will explore tools and methodologies to develop these complex chips, along with advanced verification methodologies to assure correctness.
Designing for Low Energy: As “Smart” devices become more ubiquitous, many have very stringent energy requirements, whether it be very long battery life or harvesting energy from the environment. This session will explore how designing for low energy is continuing to evolve with new design techniques, IP and software solutions.
Machine Learning, AI, and EDA: From EDA tools to voice and image recognition, machine learning and AI are increasingly important for both the design and the design process. This session will explore the impact on applications and tools.
Security: With SoCs increasingly used in critical applications, and more of the system software being integrated onto those chips, hardware and software security becomes increasingly critical for designers. Speakers will discuss security concerns and risks in today’s designs.
Silicon Design in the Cloud: As costs both for owning the tools and the networking infrastructure used for designing (including verification and modeling) of silicon dramatically increase, companies are increasingly looking for cloud-based solutions on which to do their silicon design. This session will chart the current and future of such cloud-based design from the perspective of silicon design tool users, developers of such tools, and cloud solution providers.