ARC Processor Summit 2022 | Synopsys

As embedded systems continue to become more complex and integrate greater functionality, SoC developers are faced with the challenge of developing more powerful, yet more energy-efficient devices. The processors used in these embedded applications must be efficient to deliver high levels of performance within limited power and silicon area budgets.

 

Why Attend?

Join us for the ARC® Processor Summit to hear our experts, users and ecosystem partners discuss the most recent trends and solutions that impact the development of SoCs for embedded applications. This event will provide you with in-depth information from industry leaders on the latest ARC processor IP and related hardware/software technologies that enable you to achieve differentiation in your chip or system design. Sessions will be followed by a networking reception where you can see live demos and chat with fellow attendees, our partners, and Synopsys experts.

 

Who Should Attend?

Whether you are a developer of chips, systems or software, the ARC Processor Summit will give you practical information to help you meet your unique performance, power and area requirements in the shortest amount of time.

Get In-Depth Knowledge on the Latest Processor IP Trends

Automotive

Comprehensive solutions that help drive security, safety & reliability into automotive systems

AI

Power-efficient hardware/software solutions to implement artificial intelligence technologies in next-gen SoCs

Enabling Technologies

Solutions to accelerate SoC and software development to meet target performance, power and area requirements

Agenda Overview


9:30 A.M. - 10:00 A.M.

Check-in and Breakfast

10:00 A.M. - 11:15 A.M.

Opening Remarks & Keynote

11:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

Presentations

1:00 P.M. - 1:50 P.M.

Lunch

1:50 P.M. - 5:05 P.M.

Presentations

5:05 P.M. - 6:30 P.M.

Networking Reception & Demos

Keynote Spotlight


Dr. Roman V. Yampolskiy

Associate Professor, Dept of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Louisville, KY

10:15 - 11:15 A.M.


Artificial Intelligence Safety and Security

Many scientists, futurologists and philosophers have predicted how AI will enable humanity to achieve radical technological breakthroughs in the years ahead. In his keynote, Dr. Yampolskiy will cover current progress in artificial intelligence and predicted future developments, including artificial general intelligence. The talk will address some obstacles to progress in development of safe AI as well as ethical issues associated with advanced intelligent machines. The problem of control will be covered in the context of safety and security of AI. The talk will conclude with some advice on avoiding failure of smart products and services.

Tracks


Thu. September 08, 2022
11:30 - 12:15 PM PDT
Evolution and Trends Driving the Automotive Architecture and Ecosystems of the Future
  • Vasanth Waran, Sr. Director of Business Development, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
12:15 - 01:00 PM PDT
Addressing Processing, Safety and Security Needs for Evolving Automotive SoCs
  • Rich Collins, Product Marketing Director, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
01:50 - 02:35 PM PDT
Virtualized AI Workloads for Automotive Zonal Architectures – How and Why?
  • Fergus Casey, Director of R&D, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
02:35 - 03:20 PM PDT
A Scalable Framework for Fast Design Space Exploration of AI Workloads in Automotive SoCs
  • Carlos Román, Head of US Solutions Architecture & Technical Sales, Sondrel
Thu. September 08, 2022
03:35 - 04:20 PM PDT
It Takes Two - Balancing Data Movement and Compute in a Radar Application for Maximum Performance on a Vector DSP
  • Pieter van der Wolf, Principal Architect, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
04:20 - 05:05 PM PDT
Impact of ISO26262 and ISO21434 on Tools and Software for Automotive Systems
  • Joachim Hampp, Product Architect, TASKING Germany GmbH
AI + -
Thu. September 08, 2022
11:30 - 12:15 PM PDT
AI Enabled DSPs to Accelerators – Dialing in the Right Performance
  • Markus Willems, Sr Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys
  • Gordon Cooper, Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
12:15 - 01:00 PM PDT
Cutting Through the Noise - High Performance Image Signal Processing Leveraging ARC AI Processors
  • Benny Munitz, VP Business Development, Visionary.ai
Thu. September 08, 2022
01:50 - 02:35 PM PDT
Highly Efficient Programming Environment for Handling AI Workloads
  • Tom Michiels, System Architect, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
02:35 - 03:20 PM PDT
Design of a High Efficiency Accelerator for Full Scale Deep Learning Recommendation Models (DLRM) in the Datacenter
  • Alan Pita, Software Architect, NEUCHIPS
Thu. September 08, 2022
03:35 - 04:20 PM PDT
How Transformers are Changing the Direction of Deep Learning Architectures
  • Tom Michiels, System Architect, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
04:20 - 05:05 PM PDT
Creating an Optimized AI SoC Architecture Using Virtual Prototyping
  • Mojin Kottarathil, Staff Applications Engineer, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
11:30 - 12:15 AM PDT
Zephyr RTOS for ARC Processors: From "Nano Kernel" to Heterogeneous Cluster
  • Alexey Brodkin, Engineering Manager, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
12:15 - 01:00 PM PDT
Bluetooth Low Energy – Growth Segments are Pushing Lower Power Requirements for Battery Powered Devices
  • Charles Dittmer, Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
01:50 - 02:35 PM PDT
Post-Quantum Cryptography: Theory to Accelerated Practice
  • Vladimir Soukharev, Ph.D, Principal Cryptographic Technologies & Chief Post-Quantum Researcher, InfoSec Global
  • Ruud Derwig, Sr. Security/Systems/Processors Architect, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
02:35 - 03:20 PM PDT
Rooting Trust in Hardware with Invisible Keys from SRAM PUF Technology
  • Pim Tuyls, CEO, Intrinsic ID
Thu. September 08, 2022
03:35 - 04:20 PM PDT
Optimize High Performance Processor Implementation with AI-enabled Fusion QuickStart Kit
  • Frank Gover & John Moors, Applications Engineers, Synopsys
Thu. September 08, 2022
04:20 - 05:05 PM PDT
Heterogeneous Multicore Design - An Always-On Use Case
  • Pat Harmon, Synopsys

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