As the premier conference for the design automation of electronic systems, the 57th Design Automation Conference program has expanded to also include many verticals closely integrated with and/or dependent on cutting-edge electronic design automation. Along with a large exhibit floor featuring top EDA, design on cloud and IP companies, stellar keynote sessions and endless networking, the topics below will be represented on both the industry and academia portions of the DAC program.
The NEW Embedded Systems & Software (ESS) track provides a forum to discuss the challenges of embedded design. The sessions present an opportunity to exchange ideas/roadmaps for the future of this expanding area.
The Marie R. Pistilli Award is an annual honor that recognizes an individual who has visibly helped to advance women in electronic design. Nominations are now being accepted for this prestigious award named for the late Marie R. Pistilli, former organizer of DAC, who placed a high value on equality, diversity, and acceptance.
Does your company have a new design or process that you feel is is cutting-edge and ready to share at DAC? Submit to the Late Breaking Results (LBR) category for a chance at showcasing your team's new and exciting work covering new reasearch in any area relevant to the normal paper submission for DAC. Accepted LBR submissions will be invited to present at a poster session attended by professionals from academia, EDA industries, designers, and more. Learn more about Late Breaking Results Submissions here. Deadline is March 5, 2020.
DAC is the premier conference devoted to the design and automation of electronic systems (EDA), embedded systems and software (ESS), and intellectual property (IP).
DAC 2020 will be held in San Francisco, California at Moscone Center West. Get details about travel, hotels, and area attractions in one convenient spot.