Magma Design Automation is offering a series of Silicon One Seminars. The events will take place September 20 through November 10, 2011 in U.S., Canada, Korea, China, Taiwan, Japan, Israel and Europe. The Silicon One seminars will present solutions for advanced analog and digital design challenges. The seminars are ideal for SoC integration and implementation engineers, designers working on advanced-node SoC designs, analog/mixed-signal design engineers and layout designers, analog/mixed-signal IP developers, memory designers; project managers, design engineers, and CAD/methodology engineers.
Atrenta will be holding a series of seminars. The Fast Track Your SoC Design seminars will feature new solutions and methodologies to accelerate quality IP selection, IP integration and SoC assembly, and successful RTL hand-off. The Atrenta seminars will take place in Ottawa, Canada (September 13); Austin, TX (September 20); Santa Clara, CA (September 27); and Bangalore, India (October 13). Additional locations will be scheduled at a later date.
Apache Design Solutions is offering a series of low-power webinars. The webcasts will cover low power methodologies, IP integration, chip-package-system solutions, RTL power analysis, SoC power integrity, analog mixed-signal power noise, full-chip ESD integrity, and IC package power. The eight online seminars will take place at 11am (PDT) in the months of July and August.
LDRA and DDC-I are offering two seminars on developing safety-critical software to the highest levels of DO-178B/C certification. The events will take place in Boston, MA (Wednesday, June 15) and Montreal, Canada (Thursday, June 16). The seminars will outline practical techniques for meeting project timelines and cost targets when certifying up to the highest levels of DO-178B/C. LDRA and DDC-I will also explain the key differences in the new DO-178C standard that can yield significant productivity improvements in software process.
Analog Devices will host a webinar on the fundamentals digital to analog converter (DAC). The 60-minute webcast will take place on May 11, 2011, at 12:00 pm ET. The title of the online seminar is: Fundamentals of Designing with Semiconductors for Signal Processing Applications: Digital to Analog Converters. The ADI webinar is the second part of a three-part tutorial series.
National Electronics Week 2011 will take place April 12-13 in Birmingham. The NEW:UK conference will focus on embedded systems and software, rapid prototyping, component manufacturing, component distribution, power supplies, capital equipment, PCB equipment manufacturers and services, and board manufacturers. The first 5000 qualified pre-registered visitors for NEW:UK will also be able to attend the Gadget Show Live on the trade and press day (April 12, 2011).
Dolphin Integration is offering a VHDL-AMS modeling training workshop in April. The VHDL-AMS Modeling training event will present the language constructs of either Verilog-AMS or VHDL-AMS. It covers techniques for creating and validating behavioral models. Designers will learn how to perform bottom-up modeling through structural assembly of behavioral models for multi-level simulations. The seminar is ideal for designers involved in mixed-signal electrical designs and/or analog behavioral modeling and simulation.
Cadence Design Systems is offering a series of mixed-signal design seminars. Registration is open in North America now. EMEA and Asia sessions will be open within a few weeks. The events will discuss best practices for realizing highly integrated and complex mixed-signal designs more productively and profitably. The seminars will present case studies about how companies are using Cadence mixed-signal solutions to achieve the tape-out goals, optimize performance and power, reduce costs, improve turnaround time and mitigate chip functionality and quality risks.
National Instruments UK & Ireland is offering three interactive webcasts for engineers and scientists. The webinars will share tips for creating a prototype and present tools to save money and achieve a faster, high-quality product to market. The online seminars will take December 7-9th. Each webcast is be presented at 10am and 2pm with attendees having the opportunity to interact directly with the presenter and other attendees. The series will also be available for download on demand from mid December.
Cadence Design Systems has been running their System Realization Webinar Series since last month. There are still three webcasts left in the series: Developing Software for ARM-Based Devices (October 13th), System Realization Services from Cadence (October 20th), and TSMC Reference Flow 11: ESL Focus on High-Level Synthesis (November 3rd). The online seminars address the challenges related to system level methodologies including design, verification, TLM, IP, and software integration.