IP Track Presentation Submissions
The IP Track is targeted specifically at practitioners. Whether you are an EDA tool user, hardware designer, software engineer, IP provider, IP core user, application engineer, verification IP user, consultant, or an engineering manager, the IP Track is an ideal place to meet and share your experiences.
DAC IP Track brings IC designers, IP core designers, IP ecosystem providers, embedded software and system developers, automotive electronics engineers, security experts and engineering managers from across the globe. Hardware designers, software engineers, IP developers, application engineers, and managers/executives from AMD, ARM, Bosch, BMW, Cadence, Delphi, GM, Global Foundries, Huawei, IBM, Imagination, Infineon, Intel, Mercedes Benz, MediaTek, Mentor, NEC, NVIDIA, NXP, Qualcomm, Samsung, Silicon Labs, Synopsys, TI, Lattice, TSMC, Global Foundries, and other leading companies will present their experiences on effective design flows, methods, tool usage, as well as IP integration and software development practices. This year, IP Track will include presentations, poster sessions and a rich set of invited talks/panels to facilitate information exchange and interactions. It offers a unique opportunity to network with and learn from other industry experts about best practices and current trends. There is no better way to improve your “IP IQ” in such a short amount of time.
DAC IP Track is looking for presentation and poster submissions with timely topics and high quality contents targeting challenges, innovations and trends in IP architecture, design, integration, reuse, ecosystem, and verification IP. This includes the unique application requirements and challenges for advanced technologies, automotive, security, Machine Learning, and the Internet of Things.
(As a note for those unfamiliar with the term IP, or with the DAC’s use of this term: IPs are design building blocks that are integrated together to form an Integrated circuit. semiconductor chip companies license the design and manufacturing specification of such IP from its owner, and include the IP with their own additional design elements to create a complete integrated circuit (IC).)
Note: If you plan to submit a proposal for "Invited Presentations" or "Panel," please follow the instructions for Special/Invited Sessions or Panels.
If you plan to submit a research manuscript focusing on design topics, please follow the instructions for Research Manuscript Submissions.