The IEEE council on electronic design automation (CEDA) will celebrate the 30th anniversary of ICCAD with a talk by Dr Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli of UC Berkeley. His presentation, entitled ICCAD at 30 years: where we have been, where are we going will examine the past and future evolution of computer aided IC design. Alberto's career spans the whole of of IC design automation from the Mead-Conway revolution until the present day, on the way founding both Cadence and Synopsys and winning the Kaufmann award.
The talk will be held from noon-1.45pm in Tuesday November 6th in the Grand Hall at Hyatt Place in San Jose. It is open to all ICCAD full conference or Tuesday-only conference registrants.
Information about ICCAD is here. Information on the CEDA lunchtime talk is here. It is not necessary to register specially for the talk, you just need to be registered for ICCAD.