The Electronic System Design (ESD) Alliance, a SEMI Strategic Association Partner, aims to bring a design-oriented thread to the upcoming Semicon Europa show.
Semicon Europa will begin Tuesday, November 12 and run through Friday, November 15, at Messe München in Munich, Germany. The Smart Design program will run on the Wednesday from 2:30pm to 5 pm in the TechARENA 1, located in Hall B1.
“Including SMART Design into the SEMICON Europa program is especially timely as transportation and automotive electronics become increasingly reliant upon design tools and methodologies,” said Bob Smith, executive director of the ESD Alliance.
Smart Design’s program, “Designing Electronic Systems for Future Applications,” will feature a series of presentations and a panel discussion highlighting how advances in electronic system design are enabling emerging and future applications.
Also debuting this year at Semicon Europa is the Smart Transportation Forum led by SEMI’s Global Automotive Advisory Council (GAAC) with presentations from the design, semiconductor equipment and materials suppliers and automotive OEM communities. The transportation forum, called “Connected-to-Everything Automated Mobility,” will be held Tuesday, November 12, from 9:30am until 3:30pm in Room 14C at the International Congress Center Munich.
The Smart Design program will include presentations covering next-generation SoC design, near-threshold logic, and deep learning, in addition to topics on cloud-based design and electronics in space.
Jim Hogan, managing partner of Vista Ventures will moderate a panel entitled “The Risk of Obsolete Design and Verification Environments in the RISC-V Era.”