If you're a fan of the Star Trek series (my six-year-old son and I watch it together faithfully!), you know the Vulcan Mind Meld. (If you're not a Trekkie, the mind-meld is a process of transferring one's knowledge to another person instantly).
Mixed-Signal Technology Summit, Oct. 10 at Cadence's San Jose campus, is the closest thing to a mind meld to share mixed-signal design practices and challenges among the design community. We've gathered members of academia, industry visionaries and the mixed-signal design experts for an event packed with technical insights and excellent for networking.
For this year's summit, we have Professor Terri S. Fiez from Oregon State to talk about 'Challenges in Emerging Mixed-Signal Systems and Applications,' Geoff Lees, Senior Vice President and General Manager Microcontrollers at Freescale, to talk about Internet of Things and related business opportunity and applications. The academic and industry keynotes will provide a good balance to what is current and what might be the challenges for the future.
Here are some topical highlights:
Below is the agenda for the Oct. 10 Mixed-Signal Technology Summit. Attendees will receive a free copy of the Mixed-Signal Methodology Guide and can participate in a raffle drawing to win a GoPro camera or a Kindle.
If you are interested and want to participate, click on the link here to register. I look forward to meeting everyone at the summit.
--In Mixed-Signal SoC Verification, Say Good-bye to the Black Box Problem
--Mixed-Signal Methodology Guide