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Cadence hosted the third annual RESCUE Winter Workshop from 14th to 22nd of November 2019, in Feldkirchen, Germany.
The Winter Workshop is an annual event attended by the RESCUE participants. Cadence, as part of this government-funded project, committed to successfully host this year’s event. The purpose of the meeting is to bring the project members together with their supervisors and advisory board, where, in addition to meetings, conferences, and trainings, they demonstrate the status of their work.
In this edition, we held a BarCamp for the first time, which was moderated by Anton Klotz, Principal Project Manager from the Cadence Academic Network. The concept was to bring the participants together to work in possible collaborations. They have advanced on different topics and selected 8 subjects, which were later presented to the supervisors and advisory board.
If you are interested in the BarCamp concept, please read the articles below:
During the Digital Implementation Workshop, fellows had the great opportunity to become familiar with Cadence Digital Flow through hands-on tutorials.
The intensive agenda included Club Formal EMEA 2019 and Club Verification 2019, which were focused on networking with the industrial world. ESR’s were able to better understand how Cadence tools are used in the microelectronics industry.
The event was wrapped up with a presentation by Dr. Christian Hopp, from RWTH Aachen University, about entrepreneurship. It was very productive with a lot of questions and discussions about how the concepts of being an entrepreneur can be used in the academic world.
It was a great opportunity for Cadence to engage with so many talents and share valuable information. The Academic Network was happy to help make this wonderful event a success!
RESCUE project has received funding from the European Union under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Research Fellowship Programme for research, technological development and demonstration. The main goal is to advance scientific competences and establish an innovative training for Interdependent Challenges of Reliability, Security and Quality in Nanoelectronic Systems Design.Through this program, Cadence has the privilege to have two PhD students, working on automotive, safety, security and reliability.