Electronic Systems Design Seminar

UC Berkeley - Spring 2002

Time: Mondays, 1:00-2:00pm
Venue: D.O.P Design Center Classroom (540AB Cory Hall)
Course: EECS 298-11

The Electronic Systems Design Seminar features speakers from academia and industry, speaking on topics related to all aspects of electronic system designs, including but not limited to:

  • embedded systems, architectures, and applications
  • hardware and software verification
  • compilers and code generation
  • soc design
  • analog design
  • asynchronous design
  • design languages
  • hybrid systems
  • logic synthesis
  • physical design
  • venture experiences
The seminar is open to the public. Please see the Spring 2002 schedule for details on this semester's talks.

The ESD Seminar has evolved out of the CAD Seminar,  which has a long tradition of high-quality talks on VLSI CAD topics.  For information on previous seminars, see: Fall 01, Spring 01, Fall 00, Spring 00, Fall 99, Spring 99, Fall 98, Summer 98, Spring 98, Fall 97, Spring 97, Fall 96, Summer 96, Spring 96, Fall 95, Spring 95, Fall 86 - Fall 95 .

This semester, the ESD seminar is co-organized by William Yunjian Jiang, Joern Janneck, and Michael Shilman. If you have any problems or comments, such as suggestions for speakers, or subscription to the ESD seminar announcement mailing list, please send them email.

Information for speakers can be found here.

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