DAC 2020: From EDA to Design on Cloud, Machine Learning, Embedded Systems and More
As the premier conference for the design automation of electronic systems, the 57th Design Automation Conference program has expanded to also include many verticals closely integrated with and/or dependent on cutting-edge electronic design automation. Along with a large exhibit floor featuring top EDA, design on cloud and IP companies, stellar keynote sessions and endless networking, the topics below will be represented on both the industry and academia portions of the DAC program.
Modern autonomous systems are growing at an increasingly rapid pace. These complex systems are developed to make our experiences safer, more energy-efficient and enjoyable.
A cross-domain interaction of researchers, designers and practitioners cover design for electronic systems and electronic design automation in both the Research Track and Designer Track.
For more than five decades DAC has focused on EDA and today it is still important with the growing complexities and scaling of semiconductor
devices in circuits and systems.
The NEW Embedded Systems & Software (ESS) track provides a forum to discuss the challenges of embedded design. The sessions present an opportunity to exchange ideas/roadmaps for the future of this expanding area.
The IP Track is a forum for presenting & discussing the challenges of IP development, verification, integration and management. It provides an opportunity for leaders in the industry and tool users to exchange ideas.
The ML/AI program will highlight advances in the field with a focus on design and design automation at the cross section between ML/AI algorithms and hardware.
The security of systems is essential in today’s electronics. Secure, trustworthy SW and HW components, platforms and supply chains are vital to all domains including financial, healthcare, transportation, and energy.
The effect of the cloud can be found in just about every industry. Design on Cloud sessions provide discussions related to hybrid cloud, EDA tools, data storage, security, and the complexity of this new era of design.