DAC Knowledge Center – October 2012

October 2012 Issue


DAC 50 in Austin, Texas next June 2-6, may seem a long way off but there are already things starting to happen.

If you are  planning on submitting a research paper, work-in-progress or perspective to DAC, the guidelines for submission are now available on the DAC website. Abstracts are due by November 27th and then full manuscripts by December 3rd. For more details click on the "call for contributions LIVE" link on the top right of the DAC website www.dac.com.


If you are planning a tutorial, workshop, technical panel or pavilion panel, the deadline for proposals is October 29th.


If you are an exhibitor then you should have already selected your floor space with DAC. If not, the time to sign up for space is now. Have you seen the number of design engineers located in Austin? Visit the DAC website www.dac.com under "exhibit at DAC."


DAC’s technical program offers the best-in-class solutions that promise to advance Electronic Design Automation (EDA) and Embedded Systems and Software (ESS). 



Exhibit at DAC 2013

7,000 attendees come from all over the world to learn about products and solutions that bring additional value to the industry.


Don't miss out on the 50th Celebration 


The Transistor and the Integrated Circuit

In the last few decades, electronics has become more and more central to our lives. When I was a child the only electronics in the house was the radio and the television, both of which contained tubes. Two big things happened that upended that world: the invention of the transistor and the invention of the integrated circuit.





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50 Years of DAC...an the LED

I hope that we've made enough noise that you have noticed by now that next year, in Austin, is the 50th Design Automation Conference. 



450mm vs 300mm: how big a saving?

I wrote recently about a scary graph that showed cost per million gates basically going flat for the next few process generations.





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