Tanner IC Design and Verification flow
A new, more powerful Analog/Mixed Signal ICs, RF and MEMS Design flow from Mentor Graphics
A workshop that will show the power of the Tanner IC Design and Verification flow and some new additions that are complementary to this already advanced AMS and MEMS IC Design toolset.
What You Will Learn
Come learn about the Tanner EDA design flow and see some of the capabilities we’ve added now that we’re part of the Mentor family. Topics will include analog design, RF IC design and simulation, mixed signal design and implementation, and physical verification.
About the Presenter
Nicolas Williams is responsible for specifying and leading product direction for Analog, RF, & MEMS solutions of Tanner's EDA tools for more than 18 years. He also leads the PDK conversion efforts for Tanner tools and works closely with customers in development of application-specific EDA solutions. Nicolas received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Tennessee. He has authored white papers and articles and about design issues for ECN and EE Times.
Who Should Attend
Any design engineer or manager involved in Analog or Mixed (AMS) IC design or MEMS design.
Register For This Workshop
Denmark - 24th of May
|First Hotel Copenhagen Molestien 11, 2450 København SV|
|Time: 9:30 - 13:00 hr|
Netherlands - 25th of May
|High Tech Campus, Eindhoven High Tech Campus 1, 5656 AE Eindhoven|
|Time: 09:30 - 13:00 hr|
We're looking forward seeing you there!
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