IEEE Space Computing Conference 

August 23 - 26, 2021
Virtual Experience

Why Attend?

Since 2006, the Space Computing Conference has gathered engineers, scientists, and computer architects with the objective of advancing the computational capability and reliability of spaceborne systems. The conference will emphasize current and emerging technologies in radiation-tolerant component technologies, processors, memory devices, space-qualifiable packaging technologies, highly-reliable & low-power electronics, avionics systems, etc. The conference aims to cover computing devices and systems for CubeSats up to “Flagship” missions.

Who Should Attend?

This event provides an opportunity for chip designers, computer architects, system engineers, press and analysts, as well as attendees from national laboratories and academia to mix, mingle and see presentations on the latest technologies and products. This is the must-attend event for engineers, scientists and managers from both the government and the defense industrial base and anyone interested in security, resilience, safety and reliability.  Learn more about our Aerospace & Defense solutions.

Synopsys Session Spotlight

FuSa for Space

Monday, August 23 | 5:30PM-5:50PM EDT
Track #1 Presentation 9

Whether in low-earth orbit or deep space, space computing systems require special capabilities to withstand the nearly constant radiation impingement. In this session we describe how tools developed for commercial automotive applications can be used in space semiconductor designs. These Functional Safety methods and mechanisms will be shown to address random fault mitigation as part of a broader semiconductor design capability.

Ian Land

Senior Director, Aerospace and Defense Vertical Solutions

Meirav Nitzen

Director, FuSa Solutions