Video of Mark Horowitz’s Digital Analog Design Presentation at DAC Posted on CEDA Website
July 30th, 2012 by Joel Phillips
If you missed the presentation at DAC on Digital Analog Design by Mark Horowitz, chairman of Stanford University’s Electrical Engineering Department, or want to see it again, you’re in luck. A video of his thought-provoking talk to an enthralled audience has been posted on the CEDA website and can be viewed at:
Professor Horowitz’s presentation, part of the CEDA Distinguished Speaker Series, offers a look at how analog tools can be more like digital design tools and illustrates ways to formally validate analog models, define analog fault models, and explore the effect of process variations.
To learn more about CEDA and its Distinguished Speaker, visit www.c-eda.org.