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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