Best Paper Awards
Congratulations to our CDNLive Silicon Valley 2014 Best Paper Award Winners!
- Front-end Design:
Jaga Shanmugavadivelu, Cisco
"Solving Congestion/Timing Issues Using Advanced Physically Aware Synthesis Techniques in RTL Compiler"
- Mixed-Signal / Low Power:
Robert Bartel, Lattice Semiconductor
"Verilog Modeling of Analog Transmission Gates Using Wreals in Mixed-Signal Chip Development"
- Custom / Advanced Node:
Jurgen Hissen, PMC Sierra
"Exposing Distortion: How a New Simulation Technique Pinpoints Distortion Contributors"
- System-to-Silicon Verification I:
David Lacey, Hewlett Packard
"Who’s Covered That? How Adopting Database Technologies has Enabled Us"
- System-to-Silicon Verification II:
Alex Starr, Advanced Micro Devices
"Complementing In-Circuit Emulation with Virtualization for Improved Efficiency, Debug Productivity and Performance"
- IC Packaging / SI, PI:
Ban Wong, Lattice Semiconductor
"Reducing Package Design / Qualification Time Through Efficient SI / PI Analysis"
Douglas Pattullo, TSMC
"Managing Manufacturing Effects on TSMC’s 16nm FinFET Process"
Bin Wan, Skyworks Solutions
"Methodology and Utility for Automated CDB to OA Migration of IPs"
- PCB Design:
Dennis George, Siemens
- Digital / Advanced Node:
Jason Gentry, Avago
"Parallel DRC Violation Hand Fixing within the Encounter Digital Implementation System"
iMac Raffle Winner
Your feedback is always valuable to us, as your comments help us enhance CDNLive conferences each year. This year, as a “thank you” for completing our breakout session surveys, we offered the opportunity to win a 27-inch iMac. Cisco’s Stanley Peng was selected as our iMac raffle winner during our Wednesday night reception. Congratulations, Stanley!