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TAU 2017

ACM International Workshop on Timing Issues in the Specification and Synthesis of Digital Systems

March 16-17, 2017
Monterey, California
www.tauworkshop.com

The ACM sponsored TAU series of workshops provide an informal forum for practitioners and researchers working on temporal aspects of digital systems to disseminate early work and engage in a free discussion of ideas. The twenty-fourth in the TAU series, the TAU 2017 workshop emphasizes novel aspects of timing and power analysis as well as optimization with special invited talks.

News/Announcements

* TAU'17 was successfully held at Monterey Marriot on 3/16-17, 2017. Registered attendees come from Academia, EDA, design houses, foundries, including UIUC, UC Berkley, Univ. of Utah, Kyoto Univ. (Japen), NCT Univ. (Taiwan), AMD, Analog Devices, ARM, Broadcom, IBM, Intel, Inphi, MediaTek, Qualcomm, Renesas, Samsung, TI, TSMC, Xilinx, Synopsys, Cadence, Ansys, CLKDA, Arcadia. (see pictures)

Special sessions, keynotes and invited talks in TAU 2017

(in program order)
Title: Recent Advances in Timing Analysis
by: Prof. Martin D. F. Wong
Executive Associate Dean, College of Engineering
Edward C. Jordan Professor of ECE University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Title: Are You Ready to Re-time Your Design?
by: Dr. Mahesh A. Iyer
Intel Fellow, Chief EDA Architect
Intel Corporation, USA
Title: Challenges in Power Integrity Analysis
by: Bill Mullen
Senior Director of Research & Development, Semiconductor Business Unit
Ansys Inc. USA
Title: Rogue Waves, On-Chip Power Integrity and Static Timing Analysis
by: Dr. Christian Lutkemeyer
Senior Technical Director, ASIC
Inphi, USA

TAU 2017 is organizing a timing contest. The topic for the TAU 2017 contest is an extension to Timing macro-modeling, similar to last year, but with added emphasis on the efficiency of both model generation and model consumption. Winners of the contest will be awarded plaques as well as cash prizes!

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