Analog and Mixed-Signal Network Meeting
an NMI and ECSI Workshop
June 30, 2005
office [at] ecsi [dot] org (Get the presentation slides (contact us))
Workshop description (PDF)
Analog and Mixed-Signal is a core design competency in the UK, with complete design supply chain coverage from IP concept through to product release, including a strong research base.
Recognising this strength, and the need to increase awareness of the intrinsic UK supply chain, NMI
established the Analog and Mixed-Signal Network with the second meeting to be held at the Swindon Innovation Centre on Thursday 30th June.
NMI would like to thank SETsquared for providing the event venue. SETsquared is a joint venture between the Universities of Bath, Bristol, Southampton and Surrey to help knowledge-based entrepreneurs in Southern England.
The National Microelectronics Institute (NMI) is a not-for-profit organisation which is the focal point for the Microelectronics Industry in the UK. NMI members are semiconductor design houses, manufacturers, vendors and research organisations. The Institute provides a mechanism for collaboration, business development and growth across the sector, involving the supply chain, regional bodies and government.
Registration and Refreshments
(10:00 - 10:00)
Welcome & Introduction
Julie Stockwin, NMI
An Automated Approach to Analog IP Migration and Reuse
Sherif Hammouda, Mentor Graphics
Analog experiences at 0.12um
Peter Wilson, University of Southampton
CMOS Image Sensor Design
Tim Bales, Micron
Lunch & Networking
Improving Analog Design Efficiency
Paul Double, EDA Solution
IP-Reuse in Philips
Jeff Knight, Philips
Design of a Multi-GHz Analog IC using 0.13mm CMOS
Paul Denny, Phyworks
Conclusions, Close & Opportunity for more networking