New Frontier- System On a Chip Conf

T.Y. Lin (tylin@mathcs.sjsu.edu)
Sat, 10 Jul 1999 03:59:30 +0200 (MET DST)

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Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC)
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New Frontier in Computing:
Systems on a Chip - What You Need to Know

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When: Saturday - July 31. 1999 - 9:00-12:30

Where: Stanford University Mathematics Building, Room 380C

Sponsors: I.E.E.E. Computer Society (Santa Clara Chapter) and
the North America Taiwanese Engineers’ Association

Cost: Free, Seating is limited - R.S.V.P to ensure a space.

Systems on a Chip is an emerging technology which could
profoundly change the way electronic devices - from embedded
controls to computers - are designed and built. In order to
take advantage of this powerful new development an understanding
of the technological issues is essential.

This half day seminar will focus on the engineering basics
of Systems on a Chip technology, the methods and tools
becoming available, and what to expect in the future in
this critical change of how chips are designed.

The Program:

1. Systems on a Chip - An Introduction and Strategies for
Successful Achievement.
Mark Birnbaum -Virtual Sockets Interface Alliance and
Fujitsu Microelectronics

2. Silicon Intellectual Property: The Passport to
System-on-chip Era
Vick Kulkarni - General Manager, Silicon Business Unit, Avanti

3. I.P. Symphony and the Methodological Synthesis of Tools
for Timely Design Success
David Dick - Fujitsu Microelectronics

4. Issues in Deep Submicron Microprocessor Architecture"
Mike Flynn - Professor, Computer Systems Laboratory,
Stanford University

Coffee and rolls will be provided courtesy of the Santa Clara Chapter
of the I.E.E.E. Computer Society.

For Reservations call or E-Mail:
T. Y. Lin: 408-924-5121; tylin@cs.sjsu.edu; tylin@cs.berkeley.edu
Porter Wong: 650-965-0463; porter_wong@hotmail.com

Organizing Committee: Mike Graebner, T. Y. Lin, Slava Mach,
Kevin Wang, Porter Wong (alphabetical order)
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