The SoCconference on November 2nd and 3rd has topics of interest to anyone developing complex systems-on-chip, including some interesting keynotes...
For anyone who resides in Southern California, or for that matter anywhere else in the world if you want to travel, you may be interested in the upcoming SoC Conference being held November 2nd and 3rd at the Radisson Hotel in Newport Beach. The conference highlights include:
Four Distinguished Keynote Speakers:
1. Dr. Ralph Etienne-Cummings, Johns Hopkins University
2. Paul Pickle, Senior Vice President, Integrated Circuit Group. Microsemi.
3. Dr. Eugenio Culurciello, Purdue University.
4. Dr. Steve Trimberger, Fellow, Circuits & Architectures Group, Xilinx.
Three Informative & Enlightening Panel Discussions:
Panel 1: 3D: Where are we today; Where are we going; and How will you get there with us?
Panel 2: Emerging Technologies, Trends, and Possibilities in Designing Multicore SoC Platforms.
Panel 3: Entrepreneurship & Technology: Dreams, Realities & Opportunities.
Four State-Of-The-Art Tracks:
Track 1: SOI vs. CMOS for Analog & Digital Circuits – Technology, Trends, Challenges, and Emerging Applications.
Track 2: Analog and Mixed-Signal Design Trends and Challenges for Low-Power Embedded SoC Platforms.
Track 3: Emerging Technologies, Trends, and Possibilities in Designing Multicore SoC Platforms.
Track 4: Green Chips: Technologies, Tools, and Methodologies in Designing Ultra Low-Power Multicore SoCs.
Tabletop Exhibit Reception on Wednesday, November 2, 2011.
Register for FREE Exhibit Pass
IEEE-OC Student Design Contest, Wednesday, November 2, 2011.
Visit http://www.SoCcconference.com/students.htm for more information and contest submission deadlines.
IEEE-OC Tech Job Fair, Wednesday, November 2, 2011.
For more details and registration information go to www.SoCconference.com
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