SNUG Silicon Valley

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SNUG Silicon Valley 2017

March 22-23, 2017

Santa Clara Convention Center

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Online Registration is Closed

On-Site registrations are welcome at SNUG. Join us on March 22-23!

Travel Information

Directions, Parking, and Hotel Information

  • SNUG Silicon Valley 2017 will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center at 5001 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, CA 95054
  • Directions & Parking 

Hotel rooms can be booked at the following location:

Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Attendees may also call: (888) 421-1442 and refer to the Synopsys SNUG 2017 room block.

Rate: $319 per night, plus tax.

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*Important Information: The group room rate will be available until 2/26/17 or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first. Rooms before or after the contracted event dates may be available at different rates.

Technical Committee

SNUG thanks the members of the Technical Committee who volunteer their time and expertise to support SNUG’s technical quality, local perspective and value to the users of Synopsys tools and technology. Each conference's Technical Committee operates according to its bylaws

Platinum Sponsors:

Gold Sponsors:

User Technical Chairperson:

Tony Todesco, Advanced Micro Devices

Committee Members

Al Czamara, Test Evolution
Anwar Hasan, Qualcomm
Arvind Parihar, Xilinx
Avishek Panigrahi, Google
Brian Kane, Northrop Grumman
Cliff Cummings, Sunburst Design
David Flynn, ARM

Frank Szorc, Linear Technology
Glen McDonnell, Broadcom
John Busco, NVIDIA
John Dickol, Samsung
John Wei, Alchip
Jon Colburn, NVIDIA
Karthik Rajan, Microchip Technology
Krishna Vittala, Microchip Technology
Krishna Kumar Gundavarapu, Cisco Systems
Mark Sprague, Teradyne
Mike Bartley, Test Verification and Solutions

Mohan Krishnareddy, Arteris
Paul Lungu, Ciena
PD Priyadarshan, Cisco Systems
Ravikishore Gandikota, NVIDIA
Savita Banerjee, Microsoft
Tom Mahatdejkul, ARM
Zafar Hasan, NVIDIA