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TAU 2020

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

March 19 - 20, 2020
Monterey, California

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-seventh in the TAU series, and on its 30th anniversary, the TAU 2020 workshop emphasizes novel aspects of timing and power analysis as well as optimization with special invited talks.

* TAU'20 will be held at Monterey on 3/19-20, 2020. Registered attendees come from Academia, EDA, design houses, foundries. (see pictures from recent workshop)

Keynotes, special sessions, and invited talks in TAU 2020

(in program order)
Title: ASTA for Cyclic and Asynchronous Circuits (abstract)
by: Christos Sotiriou
University of Thessaly
Title: Process Related Challenges in Timing Signoff and Directions to Solve them (abstract)
by: Kevin Chen
Title: Simultaneous Multi Voltage Analysis with Dynamic Voltage Frequency Scaling (abstract)
by: Paul Berevoescu

Title: Robust Rare Circuit Failure Detection using Data-Efficient Machine Learning (abstract)
by: Peng Li
University of California, Santa Barbara

Title: A Timing Methodology for Metal Variation (abstract)
by: Chul Rim

Title: The OpenROAD Project : Goals, Demo, and Code Organization (abstract)
by: Tom Spyrou

Title: Future of Simulation-Based Product Innovation in the Digital World (abstract)
by: Prith Banerjee

Title: Aging Timing Signoff Solutions for Automotive and IoT Applications (abstract)
by: Siddharth Sawant
Global Foundries
Title: On-premise and AWS Cloud Enablement of Xilinx Design Capture and Closure Flows using Ansys Path FX (abstract)
by: Simon Burke and Nitin Navale
Title: Efficient Parasitic Interconnect Insertion for Timing Analysis (abstract)
by: Ron A. Rohrer
Southern Methodist University

Timing Contest

TAU 2020 is organizing a timing contest. The TAU 2020 contest will focus on implementing a delay calculator using current source models. Winners of the contest will be awarded plaques as well as cash prizes!

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