DAC 2015 SKY TALKS

DAC 2015, the 52nd Design Automation Conference, featured Sky Talks, which engaged participants in discussions of cutting-edge and current topics:

  • Women, leadership and technology, with Anita Borg Institute CEO Telle Whitney

  • Security challenges in the Internet of Things, with Charles Hudson, Comcast Cable's Executive Director of National Governance

  • Using Virtual Platforms for Continuous Integration, with Jakob Engblom, Product Line Manager at Wind River Systems

  • Trends in Functional Verification, with Harry D. Foster, Chief Scientist for Mentor Graphics' Design Verification Technology Division

  • IoT marketing and service opportunities, with Ali Sebt, President and CEO, Renesas Electronics America

  • The expanding role of electronics in automotive platforms, with Maik Herzog, Director of EDA, Automotive Division, Infineon Technologies AG

  • Increasing security requirements of FPGAs, with Sean Atsatt, Architect and CTO office member at Altera Inc.

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