SNUG Proceedings

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2017 - Austin

Automotive Panel: Safety Critical Automotive Designs, What's The Difference?

Anis Jarrar – NXP; Frank Noha – NVIDIA; Fergus Casey, Jeff Hutton – Synopsys

Track - Automotive

2017 - Austin

Meeting IP Requirements of ADAS Automotive SoCs

Ron DiGuiseppe – Synopsys

Track - Automotive

2017 - Austin

Timing Closure of High PPA Automotive Designs using LVF Libraries

Shruti Saxena, Savithri Sundareswaran – NXP Semiconductors; Danny Bradley – Synopsys

Track - Automotive

2017 - Austin

Best Practices for High-Performance, Energy Efficient Implementations of the Latest Arm® Processors in 16-nanometer FinFET Compact (16FFC) Process Technology Using Synopsys Design Platform

Joe Walston – Synopsys

Track - Backend Implementation

2017 - Austin

IC Compiler II GUI, A Hands on Tutorial on How to Use IC Compiler II's Route Editor to Interactively Route and Edit Critical Signals Before Detail Route

John Griner – Synopsys

Track - Backend Implementation

2017 - Austin

MS-CTS Incorporated with CCD for Mobile CPU Core Using IC Compiler II

Hosoon Shin, Kanghyun Jeong, Doochul Shin – LG Electronics

Track - Backend Implementation

2017 - Austin

Run-Time Benefit by Design Reuse

Shrikant Kulkarni – Advanced Micro Devices

Track - Backend Implementation

2017 - Austin

Top Down Timing Budgeting for Hierarchical SoC Designs

Track - Backend Implementation

2017 - Austin

A “Completely Cool’ Case Study - Synopsys Low Power Frontend Implementation

Michael Montana – Synopsys

Track - Frontend Implementation

2017 - Austin

Design Compiler 2017.09 Update

Jim Argraves – Synopsys

Track - Frontend Implementation