|28 February 2019||
Student Day at embedded world 2019
The Student Day at embedded world Exhibition and Conference attracts 1,000 final-year engineering degree students from all over the world. A representative of the Cadence Academic Network will be at the Cadence booth to meet students. Visit Cadence in Hall 4 Booth 4-116 to learn more about our EDA tools and IP products.
|19-20 March 2019||
Workshop on "Technologies for Efficient Fault Management Towards Error-Resilient Electronic Systems"
Anton Klotz, principal program manager for the Cadence Academic Network, will present on "Extending Cadence Ecosystem Towards Academia" at Brandenburg University in Cottbus, Germany on 19 March and IHP Microelectronics in Frankfurt, Germany on 20 March.
|25-29 March 2019||
Design, Automation, and Test in Europe (DATE) 2019
Cadence Academic Network (CAN) team is sponsoring the DATE conference. A member of the CAN team will present on “Inspiring Futures!” on 27 March, Track 8, 14:30-16:30 at the Exhibition Theatre.
For more information, visit the DATE website.
|6-8 May 2019||
CDNLive EMEA 2019
The Cadence Academic Network is organizing the Academic Track at Cadence's premier event, CDNLive. A Master Thesis Award will be given to the student with the best master thesis.
For more details on paper submissions, visit the CDNLive EMEA 2019 website.
|23-26 June 2019||
The 17th IEEE International NEWCAS Conference reflects the wide spectrum of topics and research interest shared among the organizing entities, prepared for a wide scientific public. This collaboration is oriented towards advanced research in energy-efficient systems, which constitutes the highlights of the NEWCAS conference, but also areas related to analog and digital signal processing, low power computing, circuits and systems design. Cadence Academic Network is sponsoring this event, and Janez Jakliz, software architect at Cadence, will present on CurvyCores technology.
For more details, visit the NEWCAS website.
|23-26 September 2019||
ESSCIRC – ESSDIRC 2019
ESSDERC and ESSCIRC provides an annual European forum for the presentation and discussion of recent advances in solid-state devices and circuits. Cadence Academic Network is sponsoring this event and Marcin Beresinski and Łukasz Kotynia from Cadence Poland will present at Nanoscale Technology – Transistor Modeling – IC Design workshop.
For more information, visit the ESSCIRC – ESSDIRC website.
The Cadence iLS courses, laboratories, and Rapid Adoption Kits have been tremendously useful in rapidly improving my research team and student skill set in electronic design automation. I strongly recommend using the iLS tools if you want to effectively improve your EDA and digital design skill set.
Dr. Matthew Morrison, Assistant Professor, University of Mississippi
Cadence is a leader in supporting technical and professional activities that have enabled building an EDA community. ACM SIGDA is very appreciative of the their continued support to nurture young professionals and students through sustained support of activities at major EDA conferences.
Dr. Vijaykrishnan Narayanan, ACM SIGDA Chair, Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
We are grateful for the engagement with Cadence over the past 10 years. It has led us to innovative breakthroughs and has helped us educate pioneering scholars for the future workforce in EDA.
Dr. Xin Li Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Duke University
Cadence Academic Network support is the key to enabling our capabilities in innovating integrated circuit and system design with extreme energy/power efficiency. The quality of Cadence tools is outstanding and offers responsive support to address the challenges posed by new design methodologies and techniques.
Prof. Massimo Alioto, IEEE Fellow Director of the Integrated Circuit and Embedded Systems Lab, National University of Singapore
The greatest benefit that we get from the Cadence Academic Network is access to the most modern tools for electronic design automation.
Professor Ulrich Bruening, University of Heidelberg, Germany
The Academic Network helps us to be in line with the newest technology from Cadence, helping my research to stay at the leading edge.
Professor Michael Huebner, Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany
The comprehensive reach of the Cadence Academic Network has help us cover every aspect of design from analog circuitry to digital and system design, so it is extremely useful for us.
Professor Mladen Berekovic, Braunschweig University of Technology
Cadence has made us confident in our work, because we know that we are instructing students in the most modern and capable tools which are used worldwide.
Professor Marek Wójcikowski, Gdansk University, Poland
We are proud to be part of Cadence Academic Network because it provides us the opportunity to interact with other leading institutions covering a broad range of research topics.
Professor Holger Blume, Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany