Chip Design Methodology

 

Chip Design Methodology at Arm TechCon 2019

October 8-10, 2019  |  San Jose Convention Center

 

Modern chip design is more challenging than ever. Demands for complex multicore, secure, and low-power systems are increasing, while designers are leveraging new processor and offload schemes to deliver efficient, targeted solutions.

At Arm TechCon 2019, learn how advances in modelling and tools are evolving hardware and software co-design and how EDA and design services help define new and exciting markets for established chip and platform vendors.

 

 

Chip Design Methodology Conference Highlights

  • Keynote Presentation: “The ICs of 2030,” presented by Greg Yeric, Arm Fellow. What does DNA have to do with computing? Join this keynote to find out. More info
  • Chip Design conference track: Choose from expert sessions that include a crash course on Cortex-M systems, a more efficient approach to ASIL B compliance to system level performance analysis, and more. More info
  • Emerging Partner Zone: Explore the latest Arm-powered devices from partners who are breaking barriers with tomorrow’s technology and shifting from FPGA-based designs to building their first ASIC. More info
  • Enjoy exclusive networking opportunities with industry leaders and innovators. More info

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Conference Tracks

Get your pass to Arm TechCon 2019 and join over 3,500 like-minded developers, engineers, architects, product designers, and executives for more than 70 hours of learning opportunities led by subject matter experts.

Our educational sessions span seven unique conference tracks reflecting the areas where Arm and its renowned ecosystem are leading the future of innovation:

  • AI and Machine Learning
  • Automotive, Industrial & Functional Safety
  • Chip Design Methodology
  • Cloud to Edge Infrastructure
  • Connected Devices & Cloud Services
  • Embedded Software Development
  • Trust & Security

Find out more about each technical conference track.

Conference Tracks

 

Keynotes

Every year the future of computing is laid out on the Arm TechCon keynote and technical stages. Attendees come to be informed and inspired by some of the industry’s leading thinkers and do-ers in a three-day festival of ideas on technological disruption. This year’s starting lineup is a must-see for engineers, developers, investors and entrepreneurs who are looking for their edge in an increasingly competitive world.

 

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Simon Segars

Since joining Arm as one of its first employees, Simon Segars has driven technical and business innovations to help transform the company into the leading architect of the most pervasive compute technology the world has ever seen.

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Simon Segars
Chief Executive Officer, Arm

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Dipti Vachani

Dipti’s organization is responsible for the proliferation of Arm-based solutions in the transformational opportunities of autonomous driving and IoT.

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Dipti Vachani
Senior Vice President & General Manager, Automotive and IoT Line of Business, Arm

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Sha Rabii, Ph.D.

Dr. Rabii is Vice President and Head of Silicon and Technology Engineering at Facebook where he has established and scaled the silicon engineering organization with a focus on AR and VR products.

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Sha Rabii, Ph.D.
Vice President, Head of Silicon and Technology Engineering, Facebook

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Charlie Miller

Dr. Charlie Miller reveals just how vulnerable your computer systems are, while making a passionate plea for consumers and companies to treat cybersecurity as a top priority.

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Charlie Miller
Principal Autonomous Vehicle Security Architect, Cruise Automation, & Renowned 'White Hat' Hacker

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Drew Henry

Drew is responsible for expanding Arm architecture and technology across the servers, networking and storage solutions needed to power the global Internet.

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Drew Henry
Senior Vice President & General Manager, Infrastructure Line of Business, Arm

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Eric Gundersen

As CEO of Mapbox, Eric coordinates product and business development. Eric has been with the team since the start and splits his time working on projects in San Francisco and Washington, D.C.

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Eric Gundersen
CEO, Mapbox

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Greg Yeric

Greg Yeric is an Arm Fellow working in Arm research, where he focuses on future technology trends and their interaction with design.

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Greg Yeric
Fellow, Arm

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Ian Bratt

Ian is a senior director of technology and fellow within Arm’s Machine Learning Group. Previously, he worked as an architect on several generations of Arm Mali GPUs.

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Ian Bratt
Senior Director of Technology and Fellow,
Machine Learning Group, Arm

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Ian Smythe

Ian Smythe is the Vice President of Marketing Programs at Arm. Ian is responsible for the outbound marketing of Arm’s Client Line of Business products and solutions including Cortex CPUs and Mali multimedia processors.

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Ian Smythe
Vice President, Marketing Programs, Arm

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Peter Greenhalgh

Peter Greenhalgh is vice president of central technology and fellow at Arm. Since 2017 Peter has been responsible for technology development across all Arm product IP, including CPU, GPU, Video and System.

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Peter Greenhalgh
Vice President of Technology and Fellow, Arm

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Kazuki Ohta

Kazuki Ohta is vice president of technology at Arm. In 2011, Ohta co-founded Treasure Data, a data management platform, and served as chief technology officer until the company was acquired by Arm in 2018.

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Kazuki Ohta
Vice President of Technology, Arm Treasure Data

Travel Info:
San Jose Convention Center

150 W San Carlos St
San Jose, CA 95113
Telephone: (408) 295-9600

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