Data Science and Practical AI for Engineers Series 2: Modeling and Evaluation

Data Science and Practical AI for Engineers Series 2: Modeling and Evaluation
by Admin on 04-27-2022 at 12:00 am

3-Part Webinar Series — That Covers Everything You Need to Get Started with Data Science at Scale

Are you an engineer looking to use data science in your day-to-day role?

We’ve brought together some of the brightest minds in this field to show you how it’s done.

As part of this series, we’ll cover: 

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How to Optimize and Boost Your Device Modeling and Characterization with Utmost IV

How to Optimize and Boost Your Device Modeling and Characterization with Utmost IV
by Admin on 03-10-2022 at 12:00 am

In this webinar we will examine some of the key features and advantages of Utmost IV for device modeling and characterization, and the major design flows where Utmost IV is a key component. We will also present the latest product enhancements and introduce the new Utmost IV Corner and Retargeting Module. To conclude, we will provide… Read More


Ansys 2021 R2: Geometry Modeling Update

Ansys 2021 R2: Geometry Modeling Update
by Admin on 09-09-2021 at 12:00 am

Time:
September 9, 2021
11 AM EDT / 4 PM BST / 8:30 PM IST

Venue:
Online

About this Webinar

Ansys 2021 R2 continues to expand geometry capabilities and ease of use for every engineer to unlock innovation and increase productivity throughout the product development process. In addition, every analyst can also benefit from Ansys Discovery’s… Read More


SPICE Model Generation using Machine Learning

SPICE Model Generation using Machine Learning
by Daniel Payne on 02-05-2017 at 10:00 pm

AI and machine learning are two popular buzz words in the high-tech daily news, so you should be getting used to hearing about them by now. What I hadn’t realized was that EDA companies are starting to use machine learning techniques, and specifically targeted at the daunting and compute intensive task of creating SPICE models… Read More


Getting out of DIY Mode for Virtual Prototypes

Getting out of DIY Mode for Virtual Prototypes
by Don Dingee on 09-26-2016 at 4:00 pm

Virtual prototyping has, inexplicably, been largely a DIY thing so far. Tools and models have come from different sources with different approaches, and it has been up to the software development team to do the integration step and cobble together a toolchain and methodology that fits with their development effort.

That integration… Read More


Lethal data injection a much bigger threat

Lethal data injection a much bigger threat
by Don Dingee on 08-08-2016 at 4:00 pm

Watching a spirited debate on Twitter this morning between Tom Peters and some of his followers reminded me of the plot of many spy movies: silently killing an opponent with a lethal injection of some exotic, undetectable poison. We are building in enormous risks in more and more big data systems.… Read More


A moment of IoT silence before we disrupt

A moment of IoT silence before we disrupt
by Don Dingee on 11-08-2015 at 12:00 pm

As I sat down in the SEMI Arizona Chapter breakfast meeting a few weeks ago, a moment of semiconductor history flew right before my eyes before the IoT sessions started.

We were seated in the cafeteria of Freescale Building 94 on Elliot Road in Tempe, a place I’d been many times before, except this time may have been the last. NXP is consolidating… Read More


Automotive MCU code fault-busting with vHIL

Automotive MCU code fault-busting with vHIL
by Don Dingee on 09-30-2015 at 7:00 pm

With electronic and software content in vehicles skyrocketing, and the expectations for flawless operation getting larger, the need for system-level verification continues to grow. Last month, we looked at a Synopsys methodology for virtual hardware in the loop, or vHIL… Read More


Simulating to a fault in automotive and more

Simulating to a fault in automotive and more
by Don Dingee on 08-30-2015 at 12:00 pm

We’re putting the finishing touches on Chapter 9 of our upcoming book on ARM processors in mobile, this chapter looking at the evolution of Qualcomm. One of the things that made Qualcomm go was their innovative use of digital simulation. First, simulation proved out the Viterbi decoder (which Viterbi wasn’t convinced had a lot … Read More


Testing Ethernet with virtual co-modeling

Testing Ethernet with virtual co-modeling
by Don Dingee on 08-24-2015 at 12:00 pm

Ethernet is suddenly a hot topic in SoC design again. The biggest news may be this: it’s not just the cloud and enterprise networks. Those are still important applications. The cloud is driving hard for more ports at 25G server and 100G switch speeds according to a recent Dell’Oro Group report. Enterprise networks are driving for… Read More