SNUG
Silicon Valley

March 30 - 31, 2022
A Virtual Experience
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SNUG Silicon Valley 2022 Announcement

Driven by COVID-19 concerns, the SNUG Silicon Valley 2022 conference scheduled for March 30-31 in Santa Clara will now be conducted virtually in its entirety. Original plans were to conduct SNUG as a hybrid conference with both in-person and online participation. But with recent developments, and because the safety and well-being of conference participants is our priority, this change is appropriate.

This is of course disappointing as we were all looking forward to once again convening in person, but we believe moving to a fully virtual format is the right decision. And in some ways, little will change. SNUG will still take place on March 30-31, 2022 and will offer user presentations, keynote addresses, panels and tutorials. 

The SNUG team remains committed to delivering an exciting conference, driven by the always innovative Synopsys community. Thank you and stay healthy. 

Connecting the Synopsys User Community

SNUG conferences have connected Synopsys global users for more than three decades. SNUG 2022 will once again provide a place where users and technical experts can meet, network, and share ideas about chip and system design. SNUG Silicon Valley will be conducted in a virtual format.

Present at SNUG Silicon Valley

The Call for Content is now closed. Synopsys users will soon be able to register to attend SNUG Silicon Valley, to be held March 30-31, 2022 virtually. Additional updates coming soon!

Technical Committee

SNUG thanks the members of the Technical Committee who volunteer their time and expertise to support SNUG's technical quality and deliver the benefit of their perspective to the users of Synopsys tools and technology. 

User Technical Chairperson:

Savita Banerjee, Facebook

Committee Members:

Sergei Babokhov, Intel

Gregg Bromley, GEO Semiconductor

David Brownell, Analog

Thomas Buerner, Nokia

Ahmet Ceyhan, Intel

Tarun Chawla, STMicroelectronics

Leah Clark, Synopsys

Jon Colburn, NVIDIA

Andy Copperhall, Independent

Cliff Cummings, Paradigm Works

Al Czamara, Test Evolution

Pierluigi Daglio, STMicroelectronics

Jack Dong, Intel

Ravikishore Gandikota, NVIDIA

Majid Ghameshlu, Siemens AG (Austria)

Ralph Goergen, NXP Semiconductors

Ronald Goodstein, Lockheed Martin

Peter Grove, Dialog Semiconductor

Anwarul Hasan, Independent

Zafar Hasan, NVIDIA

Richard Illman, Dialog Semiconductor

Anand Iyer, Microsoft

Ronald Kalim, Intel

Brian Kane, Northrop Grumman

Victoria Kolesov, Intel

Mohan Krishnareddy, Arteris

Claus Kuntzsch, University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg

Farid Labib, GLOBALFOUNDRIES

Boris Litinsky, Juniper

Charles Magnuson, Intel

Tom Mahatdejkul, Arm

Corbett Marler, Intel

Stella Matarrese, ST Microelectronics

Karsten Matt, GLOBALFOUNDRIES

Didier Maurer, IC'ALPS

Glen McDonnell, Broadcom

Don Mills, Microchip

Jeff Montesano, Verilab

Bryan Morris, Ciena

Naveen Mysore, Intel

Nitin Navale, Xilinx

Giuseppe Notarangelo, STMicroelectronics

Firouzeh Nourkhalaj, Synopsys

Sathappan Palaniappan, Broadcom

Sachin Parikh, Broadcom

Olivia Poon, Marvell Semiconductor

Frank Poppen, OFFIS - Institute for Information Technology

Herbert Preuthen, GLOBALFOUNDRIES

PD Priyadarshan, Cisco

Karthik Rajan, Microchip

Francois Ravatin, STMicroelectronics

Jeremy Ridgeway, Broadcom

Chris Ryan, Maxim Integrated

Jason Rziha, Microchip

Kiran Sama, Amazon

Robert Siegmund, GLOBALFOUNDRIES

Neel Sonara, Broadcom

Mark Sprague, Intel

Matthew Streyle, Samsung

Ravish Sunny, Intel

Manfred Thanner, NXP Semiconductors

Tony Todesco, AMD

Jeff Vance, Verilab

Raj Varada, Intel

SudhaVasu, NVIDIA

Sandeep Venishetti, Google

Upasna Vishnoi, Marvell Semiconductor

Viba Viswanathan, Samsung

Krishna Vittala, Microchip

John Wei, NovuMind

Jing Zhang, Intel

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Contact Information

If you have any questions, please contact the SNUG team