All forms of verification rely on good quality models. This event looked at what makes a ‘good’ model and the tradeoffs necessary, particular in Analogue/Mixed-Signal and System-Level Modelling.
The FPGA world is producing an increasing variety of targeted architectures but can they be all things for all markets? This events aim was to “Lift the Lid” on a variety of architectures, discuss the challenges with using the specific features and their benefits. Using case studies and expert contributors, this event covered the complete design flow from design capture to verifying the final production board.
Using case studies and expert contributors, this event looked at the motivation behind the widespread adoption of software in automotive systems, the challenges that this brings and ways that such challenges are being addressed.
To ensure a product meets the cost, quality and time constraints it is essential to choose the appropriate test strategy relative to the complexity of the device. Using case studies and expert contributors, this event examined the different strategies adopted by designers, test developers, test hardware and test service providers working in a variety of different market segments.
UK Microelectronics Packaging Society (IMAPS-UK) & NMI held a two day technical conference and industry networking event at the WMG, Warwick University, Coventry in conjunction with the University’s, Electronics, Power and Microsystems Research Group (PEATER).
We were pleased this year to have Mark Prisk, Minister of State for Business and Enterprise as a speaker
Audio plays a key and increasing part in many products and systems. It can often be an important differentiator and the UK hasworld-class expertise in this area.
Using case studies and expert contributors this event will showcase audio design ingenuity encompassing both analogue/mixed-signal and digital processing as well as looking at audio applications with a particular focus on chip-level implementations
Using case studies and expert contributors, this event looked at the latest design techniques that enable improved energy efficiency in the silicon while considering the ‘system’ drivers which also influence power consumption.