The DAC User Track brings together IC designers from across the globe. It offers a unique opportunity to pick up the latest tips and tricks from expert industry IC designers. The User Track features presentations on a wide variety of EDA topics. Designers from Intel, IBM, Samsung, TI, Toshiba, Qualcomm, AMD, Freescale, and other leading IC companies will present their experiences on effective design flows, methods, and tool usage. There is no other way to improve your ‘design IQ’ in just a short amount of time.
The focus of the User Track is on the EDA tool user community. While the regular DAC program is focused on algorithms, the User Track allows tool users to share challenges and benefits of different tools, flows, and methodologies. In addition, it provides excellent opportunities for education and network benefits between end users and tool developers. The User Track differs from vendor-specific user forums in that it is not tied to a specific EDA vendor.
We are excited to announce that the User Track has been expanded this year to include Embedded Systems and Software. Indeed, the list of topics is longer and more diverse than ever before, making the User Track of interest for every designer. Topics will cover the spectrum from embedded system design to variability at 32nm and below.
The Design Automation Conference brings together thousands of like-minded professionals; making this event an opportunity you cannot miss. The User Track runs for three days as a full parallel track to the DAC technical program. Come learn from expert designers in person and find out the truth about design tools. Stroll through the DAC trade show, attend keynotes and cutting-edge technical sessions, or just talk to colleagues from other companies.
Whether it’s for the full three days or just a single day, the Design Automation Conference has it all. Since DAC 2011 will be held in San Diego, this will be a great opportunity to bring along your family.
All the User Track Session are listed under the Conference Program tab. Please click here to go to 2011 User Track.