Tutorials will be presented on Monday, June 6. Each tutorial will only be presented once. Morning Tutorial registration includes access to all of the morning tutorials. Afternoon Tutorial registration includes access to all of the afternoon tutorials. Morning and/or Afternoon Tutorial registration includes the electronic presentation slides to all of the tutorials, access to the exhibit floor Monday – Wednesday, Keynotes, and Sunday-Thursday networking receptions.
|Morning Tutorials (Tutorials 1-5)||Tutorial Fee|
|Student ACM/IEEE Member||$40|
|Tutorial 1: Model-Based Design and Analysis of Automotive Cyber Physical Systems|
|Tutorial 2: Linux Porting, Bring Up and Driver Development|
|Tutorial 3: Inflections in Physical Design: Past, Present & Future|
|Tutorial 4: Overcoming Challenges of FPGA Prototyping|
|Tutorial 5: Taming the Dark Horse: Voltage-Margin Minimization for Modern “Real-World” Energy-Efficient Computing|
|Afternoon Tutorials (Tutorials 6-10)||Tutorial Fee|
|Student ACM/IEEE Member||$60|
|Tutorial 6: Advances in Post Silicon Diagnosis Technologies in Nano-Scale Era - Part 1 & 2|
|Tutorial 7: The Continuing Arms Race: A Journey in the World of Runtime Exploits and Defenses - Part 1 & 2|
|Tutorial 8: How Portable Stimulus Addresses Key Verification, Test Reuse, and Portability Challenges - Part 1 & 2|
|Tutorial 9: Energy-Efficient Protocols for the Internet of Things - Part 1 & 2|
|Tutorial 10: How to Build Irresistible 3D IC Physical Layouts: Tools, Methodologies, and Case Studies - Part 1 & 2|
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 2016 will be held in Austin, Texas, at the Austin Convention Center. Get details about travel, hotels, and area attractions in one convenient spot.