Synopsys announce countdown to sector's largest EDA conference
Synopsys have announced the official countdown to the chip design sector's largest EDA user conference and the company's biggest global event of the year.
The Synopsys Users Group (SNUG) Silicon Valley event celebrates its post-pandemic return in-person running from March 29th to 30th at the Santa Clara Convention Centre with free entry for Synopsys technology users.
Platinum sponsors include Arm, Amazon Web Services, GlobalFoundries, Microsoft Azure, Samsung Foundry and TSMC.
This year's keynote speakers include de Geus, who will unveil news about how Synopsys plans to boost the design capability of advanced semiconductor makers. Day 2 features François Piednoël, mSoC chief architect of Mercedes-Benz, as he reveals how his company is responding to the need for greater custom compute power to fuel new advanced driving features.
"SNUG has been setting the trend for the EDA industry globally due to the number and quality of user attendees and the huge range of topics covered," said Michael Sanie, SVP of Enterprise Marketing and Communication at Synopsys. "SNUG Silicon Valley starts the season and is followed by worldwide SNUGs featuring a slate of speakers from across our industry and beyond. Attendees get insight on the latest EDA trends and technologies, including how AI is accelerating time to market and quality of results, and how multi-die systems can revolutionise computing capability."
Over the span of two days, SNUG Silicon Valley 2023 will offer ideas, insight and inspiration around critical advancements and the latest semiconductor design technologies, including design and verification in the cloud, multi-die systems, IP, virtual prototyping and more. Attendees will also have an opportunity to choose from a broad range of peer-reviewed technical presentations, educational tracks, networking opportunities with Synopsys executives, hands-on tutorials and panel discussions.
Join other engineers to hear about the future of Smart Everything and how you can be part of the winning team using Synopsys' broadest and deepest portfolio of EDA and IP technology.
Registration Details and Additional Resources
- SNUG is open to registered Synopsys users at no charge.
- Synopsys Academic & Research Alliances has extended the invitation to register to professors, Ph.D. candidates and post-doctoral researchers, with all registrations subject to review and approval.