The week-long event is meant to serve as a forum to explore new ideas and refine strategic thinking about what it takes to master multi-processor system on chip (SoC) design. This year's program will include 50 presentations from the intellectual property (IP), semiconductor and fabless semiconductor, system and design industries to build a vision for integrated system design.
The program includes keynotes and four days of presentations designed to cover strategic direction and state-of-the-art research on MPSoC design. A half-day business session, including presentations by senior executives, investors and analysts, will discuss challenges and opportunities for future SoC applications and technologies.
"The confluence of industry and academia, hardware and software, IP and system challenges, technology vision and business strategy has made MPSoC unlike any other conference," says Ahmed Jerraya, MPSoC co-founder and head of design programs at CEA-LETI, MINATEC. "Technical sessions are presented by recognized experts in the field and the program offers great networking opportunities for attendees to interact with these experts."
For more information about MPSoC, go to: http://tima.imag.fr/MPSOC.
To learn more about CEDA, visit the website located at: http://www.ieee-ceda.org.
About the IEEE Council on EDA
The Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA) is IEEE's focal point for multiple EDA disciplines. Its goal is to bring increased value to IEEE members by coordinating EDA activities, enabling new initiatives, fostering interdisciplinary research and recruiting young talent to EDA. It also will increase visibility for IEEE-sponsored EDA events such as the Design Automation Conference (DAC) and International Conference on Computer Aided Design (ICCAD) and its technical publications. Its charter spans theory, implementation and use of computer aided design (CAD) tools to design integrated electronic circuits and systems. Its website is located at: http://www.ieee-ceda.org.
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