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You might have noticed that Cadence has changed its website, its colours, its message. We have also changed the name of our user conference, what used to be CDNLive EMEA has become CadenceLIVE Europe! Not only did the name of the event change, but also the format, for CadenceLIVE 2020, we are proud and excited to present our first virtual user conference in Europe! This was all planned and executed by our brave marketing team, great job
The preparation for CadenceLIVE Academic Track usually starts in December, when we nominate the members of the Program Committee and the Program Chairs, send out the first Call for Papers, and develop formats like the Master Thesis Awards, which ensure high quality papers, are interesting for the attendees, and highlight how Cadence tools can be used in academic research and education.
The Cadence Academic Network and the Program Chairs would like to announce that the Academic Track will host 10 presentations from professors and students from all over Europe! Recipients of the Master Thesis Award now have the opportunity to be one of the selected presenters. Don’t miss your chance to participate at the virtual CadenceLIVE Europe event happening October 13-14th!
Not interested in presenting? Join as an attendee. This year, the registration is free of charge!
What to expect at the Academic Track – The Winners of Master Thesis Award!
Program Chairs have nominated the following winners of the Master Thesis Award Contest to present at CadenceLIVE Europe:
1st Place Master Thesis Award – Academic Design Created Using Cadence Tools
Tobias Wolfer – University of Reutlingen, Germany
Topic: Continuous Time versus Discrete Time Delta Sigma Modulators in an Automotive Sensor Signal Acquisition Chain
1st Place Master Thesis Award – EDA
Or Maltabashi – University of Bar Ilan, Israel
Topic: Physically-aware Affinity-driven Multiplier Implementation Structures
2nd Place Master Thesis Award – Academic Design Created Using Cadence Tools
Tom Urkin – Ben Gurion University, Israel
Topic: Digital Zero-Current Switching Lock-In Controller IC for Optimized Operation of Resonant SCC
3rd Place Master Thesis Award – Academic Design Created Using Cadence Tools
Janis Wörmann – University of Stuttgart, Germany
Topic: A low Phase-Noise Ka-Band Quadrature VCO in SiGe HBT Technology
Young Female Engineer of the Year Award
Vasiliki Gogolou - University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Topic: A self-adaptive storage unit for autonomously powered Wireless Sensor Nodes
You’ll get to hear from and connect with all these young, promising engineers as well as many others at the Academic Track at CadenceLIVE Europe 2020. So please register and see you soon!