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CadenceLIVE Europe 2021 will be hosted on October 19th. This year will be a virtual event again, but we put in a lot of effort to make it entertaining and informative to fight the Zoom fatigue!
The Academic Track had so many interesting papers to be presented that we had a hard time squeezing them into a one day event, so many academic papers will be presented in industry tracks, since these presentations from universities or research institutes are also relevant to all Cadence customers.
Register for CadenceLIVE free of charge to hear from all these amazing academic speakers!
Master Thesis Awards And AWR Design Award
The annual Master Thesis Award generated a lot of interest in the academic community; we received several interesting thesis submissions to review! Thank you to the Program Chairs, Georg Gläser from IMMS, Marcelo Brandalero from TU Brandenburg and Danial Chitnis from University of Edinburgh for spending their time reading through the master thesis submissions and nominating the winners. Tune into the Academic Track to hear from the Master Thesis Award recipients!
The winner of the Master Thesis Award for best EDA tool
Dapeng Gao - University of Oxford, UK
Topic: End-to-End Formal Verification of a Capability Hardware Enhanced RISC-V Processor
The winner of the Master Thesis Award for the Best Design using Cadence tools
Asli Yelkenci - Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Topic: A 16-Channel CMOS Reconfigurable Recording Unit for Simultaneous In-Vitro Microelectrode Array (MEA) and Current-Clamp Measurements
Professor Jaume Anguera from Ramon Llull University in Spain organized an AWR Design Contest among his students and the winners will present at CadenceLIVE for the first time.
One of the pillars of the Cadence Academic Network is to provide support to university spin-offs by providing licenses for Cadence tools in order for them to create a proof-of-concept prototype to be presented to investors and future customers to demonstrate the viability of the idea. However, our support goes far beyond providing licenses, as we are offering a stage for the startups to pitch their ideas to the Cadence community to show what kind of products are currently in development and have the potential to impact the future of technology. The following startups will present during the Entrepreneur Track:
- Nanusens - low-power CMOS-based MEMS
- Spiden - Continuous monitoring of Biomarkers and Drugs
- Semron - low-power AI chips for the edge
- Equal1 - Quantum Computing combined with Machine Learning
- Minres - Trustworthy Software-Driven Hardware for the Intelligent Edge
- Seamless Waves - A 1.5-to-3.0 GHz Tunable RF Bandpass Sigma-Delta ADC
Don’t miss the show, register today and we’ll see you soon!