Dan is joined by Frank Schirrmeister. Frank is vice president of solutions and business development at Arteris. He leads activities for industry verticals, including automotive and enterprise computing and technology horizontals like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and safety. For DAC 2024, Frank is the vice chair for the engineering tracks.
Frank explores the topics and focus for the engineering tracks at DAC 2024 with Dan. In contrast to the R&D tracks that present research that will impact product development in the future, the engineering tracks focus on work that can impact current product development. Essentially, a practitioner-to-practitioner discussion. Frank explains there are four areas of focus for the engineering tracks: front-end design, back-end design. IP and embedded systems and software.
Frank reviews the high-impact results from last year’s engineering tracks, many of which focused on generative AI and chiplets. He expects these topics to continue to be center stage at DAC 2024.
Submissions for the engineering track are open now, with a due date of January 16, 2024. You can learn more about submitting work to the engineering tracks here. The 61st DAC will be held at Moscone Center in San Francisco from June 23 – 27, 2024.
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