Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDNS), the leader in global electronic design innovation, inaugurates its 2010 series of worldwide technical conferences with CDNLive! EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) taking place in Munich, Germany, from May 4 to May 6. It is the first of six worldwide user conferences to be held this year, followed by events in Japan, China, North America, Israel, and India. CDNLive! EMEA brings together hundreds of Cadence® technology users, developers and industry experts to exchange ideas on how to meet today’s requirements for advanced chip design.
The conference kicks off with techtorials that cover the whole range of chip design topics. Cadence CEO and President Lip-Bu Tan and CMO John Bruggeman will deliver keynotes on a transformation occurring in the electronic design automation (EDA) industry. EDA luminary Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, a professor at the University of California at Berkeley and a Cadence co-founder, will reveal insights into the near-term challenges and future opportunities in the electronic industry.
Conference participants are invited to attend a wide range of technical presentations by other users, who will cover technology areas such as low-power design, formal verification, constraint-driven design, system-in-package design and electronic system-level design. Additional academic sessions offer the opportunity to discuss outstanding work in education and research from universities across EMEA.
“CDNLive! EMEA continues to provide an excellent networking opportunity for our customers and partners,” said Wolfgang Stronski, marketing director of Cadence EMEA. “Over the last five years, we have observed that for many delegates it has become one of their must-attend events throughout the year. The engineering community values CDNLive! as an ideal platform to learn and discuss new approaches in EDA development, to hear from other customers and also to address critical design challenges with our research and development team.”
Furthermore, attendees can visit the Designer Expo, where companies working closely with Cadence will exhibit new solutions for the electronic design space.
Register: CDNLive! EMEA in Munich
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