Analog and Mixed-Signal Network Meeting

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Analog and Mixed-Signal Network Meeting

an NMI and ECSI Workshop

June 30, 2005
Swindon, UK

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Description


 

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.

Event Sponsors:
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.

About NMI:
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.


Agenda



Registration and Refreshments
(10:00 - 10:00)

Welcome & Introduction
Julie Stockwin, NMI
(10:30)

An Automated Approach to Analog IP Migration and Reuse
Sherif Hammouda, Mentor Graphics
(11:00)

Analog experiences at 0.12um
Peter Wilson, University of Southampton
(11:30)

CMOS Image Sensor Design
Tim Bales, Micron
(12:00)

Lunch & Networking
(12:30pm–13:30)

Improving Analog Design Efficiency
Paul Double, EDA Solution
(13:30)

IP-Reuse in Philips
Jeff Knight, Philips
(14:00)

Design of a Multi-GHz Analog IC using 0.13mm CMOS
Paul Denny, Phyworks
(14:30)

Conclusions, Close & Opportunity for more networking
(15:00)

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