The IEEE VLSI Test Symposium (VTS) explores emerging trends and novel concepts in test, validation, yield, reliability, and security of microelectronic circuits and systems.
The symposium will take place on April 22-24 2024, in Tempe, AZ, USA.
The program includes keynotes, scientific paper presentations, short industrial… Read More
Sincerely welcome everyone to participate in the 33rd Seminar on Ultra Large Integrated Circuit Design and Computer Aided Design Technology in 2022. The conference will last for four days from August 2 to August 5. It was originally scheduled to be held at Kaohsiung E-Da Royal Hotel. Due to the outbreak of the new crown Omicron… Read More
HILTON HAWAIIAN VILLAGE
JUNE 12-17, 2022
ABOUT THE SYMPOSIA
The founders of the Symposia, Professors Shoji Tanaka and Walter Kosonocky, first organized the VLSI Technology Symposium in 1981 to provide an opportunity for world’s top technologists to engage in an open exchange of ideas on what was quickly becoming
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We live in an age of abundant information. There is a tremendous exchange of ideas crisscrossing the world enabling new innovative type of products to pop up daily. Therefore, in this era there is a greater need to understand competitive intelligence. Corporate companies today are interested in what other competitors are brewing… Read More
Daniel Nenni was gracious enough to encourage me to conduct a brief webinar describing a new reference text, recently published by Prentice-Hall, part of the Semiwiki Webinar Series.
VLSI DESIGN Methodology Development Webiner Replay
I was motivated to write the text to provide college students with a broad background… Read More
In the early stories of this series (Weeks three though six), I talked about what I believe were the three seminal events in the history of the semiconductor: Shockley’s invention of the transistor, Noyce’s invention of the integrated circuit, and Intel’s 1971 — the introductions of the first commercially successful… Read More
The year is now 1991 and in search for a more peaceful life we decided to move to Canada. At that time, very few companies had advanced flows in VLSI but Ottawa having BNR, Northern Telecom, Mitel, etc., looked to be the most promising place. After a few hiccups in finding a job, I landed in MOSAID, a small company with35 people at that … Read More