Asia Symposium on Quality Electronic Design 2010

The Asia Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ASQED2010) will take August 3-4, 2010 in Penang, Malaysia. The conference features keynote speeches by industry leaders and experts from Synopsys, Texas Instruments, University of Tokyo, Elabs, and Silicon Hive. It also includes tutorials and over 70 technical presentations. Papers will also be presented in three parallel tracks. ASQED 2010 corporate sponsors and supporters include Synopsys (Titanium Sponsor), Cadence Design Systems, Silterra, and NIMOS.

ASQED Keynotes

  • Creating a More Sustainable World through Smarter Design
    John Chilton, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Strategic Development, Synopsys
  • Neuromorphics: The reality of nanoscale devices as part of future System on System (SoS) integration
    Prof. Kamran Eshraghian, founder and President, ELabs
  • Bio-inspired Electronics based on Spin and Dipole Fluctuated System
    Dr. Hitoshi Tabata, Professor, Head of Department of Bioengineering, The University of Tokyo
  • Analog IC Market Trends: The OLD becomes NEW again
    Paul Emerson, General Manager, Texas Instruments
  • Leveraging parallel processing in SoCs
    Dr. Jeroen Leijten, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Silicon Hive

ASQED Tutorials

  • Terascale Computing and Interconnect Challenges: 3D Stacking Considerations
    Dr. Tanay Karnik, Intel
  • Planar and Nonplanar Structures Thermal Modeling Studies
    Dr. Rajiv V. Joshi, Research Scientist, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
  • ESD + RFIC Co-Design for Whole-Chip Design Optimization
    Prof. Albert Wang, Dept of Electrical Engineering, University of California
  • IPC Standards and Electronics Manufacturing Environment
    David W. Bergman, Vice President, IPC

ASQED Technical Sessions

  • Circuit and System Design
  • Test and Verification
  • IC Packaging Technology
  • PCB and PWB Technology and Manufacturing
  • Semiconductor and Nano Technology
  • Bio Electronics Innovations
  • Photovoltaic Technology and Manufacturing
  • Electronic Design Automation Methodologies
  • Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS)

More information: ASQED 2010