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New Synopsys Press Publication "Better Software. Faster!"
The Synopsys announces the publication of "Better Software. Faster!," a practical guide for using virtual prototypes to develop, test and debug software up to 12 months before hardware availability. "Better Software. Faster!" captures the best practices used by a range of companies that have experience deploying virtual prototypes to enable software development and hardware/software integration much earlier in the design cycle and accelerate project schedules.
Download a free eBook edition at www.synopsys.com/vpbook
RSVP today to join the Student Competition at DAC!
Monday, June 2, 3pm - 5pm
Metropolitan Ballroom, Westin Hotel
San Francisco, CA
Join us for the Ninth International Microelectronics Olympiad, an educational competition that spotlights the world’s brightest engineering students under the age of 30. A first-stage, two-hour test will be held on Monday, June 2nd at 3pm in the Metropolitan Ballroom of the Westin Hotel. One winner from this first stage contest will receive an all-expense-paid trip to Armenia to compete in the final stage in October 2014.
- Test topics include:
- Digital IC Design and Test
- Analog and Mixed Signal IC Design and Test
- Semiconductor Devices and Technology
- Mathematical and Algorithmic Issues of EDA
Students interested in competing at DAC should RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 28th. Not going to DAC but interested in hosting a first-stage event at your university? Visit www.microolymp.am for more information or contact us at email@example.com to get started.
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- Call for Papers