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A picture tells more than a thousand words, so here are some pictures of CadenceLIVE Europe 2022 Academic and Entrepreneur Tracks to tell a story.
After two years of absence, finally the Academic Dinner could take place with professors from Lead Institutions and Program Chairs of the Academic Track
Full auditorium for the keynote presentations by Tom Beckley and Dr. Oliver Wolst from Bosch
Introduction of the Academic Track
Traditionally the first presentation at Academic Track is delivered by Europractice. Dr. Mark Willoughby explains how startups can get access to academic licenses for creation of a prototype.
This is how a perfect paper should look like: from Motivation through Implementation and Demonstration. And do not forget the References!
Top notch research topics have been presented, some are ready for industrial usage, others have some way to go
Master Thesis Winner Malte Hawich from University of Hannover receives his award for his master thesis: Specialization and Performance Optimization of a TTA Processor for Communication in Harsh Environments Using Timing Speculation
Vijayalakshmi Surendranath Shroff from University of Paderborn receives her master thesis award for "Design of Low Phase Noise Amplifiers with 50 GHz Bandwidth"
And this is the winner of the Best Paper Award of the Academic Track "Integration of Piezoresistive Parameters into BSIM Models" presented by Kim Allinger from TU Hamburg-Harburg
Pere Llimós Muntal from Skycore Semi is presenting new products for power-conversion
Gerd Teepe from Celtro explains how Moore's Law enables self-powered pace-makers
Colin Burnham from Deep Detection explains how to make X-Ray pictures colored and use it for inspection of food production
This year was a huge success and made even better by being in-person again. We look forward to seeing you next year!