Security and machine learning are two topics that take center stage at DAC this year, says the conference’s general chair Rob Aitken.
IEDM plans to expand its range of coverage for the 2019 event to encompass a range of novel computing platforms, from neuromorphic architectures to machines that emulate thermodynamic systems.
IEDM has issued a call for papers for its 2018 conference, expecting to cover devices and circuit interactions in neuromorphic, quantum and conventional computing.
June's Symposia on VLSI Technology & Circuits will bring together a number of industry trends that extend from implantable biomedical applications to machine learning and cloud computing under the banner of technologies for ‘smart living’.
UPF power state tables have become unwieldy due to rapid growth in LP design. The new construct, 'add_power_state' enables better verification flows.
Online paper submissions are now open for the 2017 Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits.
At the 62nd annual IEDM taking place in early December two of the leading groups in process development will take the wraps off their 7nm finFET technologies.
The International Electron Device Meeting has pushed back the deadline for its papers to get the latest developments in process and device design into the December conference.
A novel approach to 3D NAND will be among the presentations at the International Electron Device Meeting to be held in Washington, DC in December.
The Liberty library format has been extended to cope with the most common forms of on-chip variation analysis in use today on nanometer processes.
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