CDNLive! Silicon Valley 2012 Call for Papers now closed
Save the date: March 13-14, 2012
San Jose, CA
Cadence is hosting its annual CDNLive! Silicon Valley technology user conference in San Jose, CA on March 13-14, 2012.
Whatever your design specialty, this event is an excellent opportunity to network, share best practices on critical design and verification issues, and discover new techniques for realizing advanced silicon, SoCs, and systems.
And perhaps most importantly, you’ll have the chance to talk directly with the Cadence technologists who develop your tools.
Take this chance to tell your story and submit an abstract for consideration at the 2012 conference.
If your abstract is accepted, you’ll gain free admittance to the conference.
Share your experiences and insights on key technical and industry issues.
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|Call for Papers Opens
||October 7, 2011
|Call for Papers Closes
||December 2, 2011
||December 12, 2011
|Draft Presentations Due
||January 13, 2012
|Final Presentation Slides Due
||February 27, 2012
CDNLive! Silicon Valley is seeking users interested in sharing ideas and further developing the user community by submitting presentations and papers on design topics that illustrate experiences with Cadence technologies and products, methodologies, and techniques as described below.
Cadence Technologies – submitted papers should share experiences with Cadence technology, and illustrate exciting ways in which design and verification teams have successfully used these technologies on some of their most recent projects.
Design Methods/Case Studies - papers should describe innovative methodologies or specific examples that highlight design flows using Cadence methodologies and to develop cutting edge silicon, SoCs, and full systems.
Design Techniques - papers should describe interesting and innovative design experiences related to specific design projects. These submissions should be more “How to” in nature and include a brief description of the design and discuss methodology, flow, and innovative use models.
Abstract submissions should be no more than 1,500 characters, clearly stating the significant contribution, impact, and results of the submission. All abstracts will be reviewed. Authors of accepted presentations must sign a copyright release form for their paper. Notice of acceptance will be sent via email.
Call for Papers now closed.
Should you have any questions about abstract submissions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.