Seminar: Image Sensors and High Speed Analog Mixed-Signal Design

Tanner EDA announced a seminar for next week. The title of the event is Driving Innovation in Image Sensors and High Speed Analog/Mixed-Signal Design. The Lunch & Learn seminar will be moderated by SemiWiki founder Dan Nenni and will discuss the challenges and opportunities for improving productivity in analog and mixed-signal (A/MS) IC design. The seminar will take place on Thursday, October 24th, at TechMart in Santa Clara, California.

Image Sensors and High Speed Analog Mixed-Signal Design Seminar Topics

  • Uncovering Secrets in Deep Space: High Speed
  • Analog for Astrophysics Exploration
  • Seeing in the Dark: Innovative Infrared Product
  • Design enabled by a robust EDA tool flow

The Tanner Lunch & Learn seminar provides an opportunity to connect with Tanner EDA customers, product managers and application engineers and to see Tanner EDA tools in action. Tanner EDA technical staff will be available to provide hands-on demos of the complete Tanner EDA A/MS and MEMS tool flow.

Interactive presentations and live demonstrations will allow engineers to engage in meaningful dialog and to go away with valuable insights, ideas, and answers. Attendees will learn from industry experts, seeing the practices and techniques used to overcome challenges in high-speed and image sensor design. Discussions will cover A/MS design, layout, and verification methodologies that offer high productivity and interoperability across custom/analog and digital design environments.

All attendees are eligible to enter into a drawing for a Google Nexus 7 Android tablet.

More info: Driving Innovation in Image Sensors and High Speed Analog/Mixed-Signal Design