ADTC & edaWorkshop19 - Program and Registration online

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Hannover/Dresden - The edaWorkshop will take place this year from 14-16 May 2019 in Dresden together with the Nanoelectronics Applications, Design and Technology Conference (ADTC). In addition to the current research projects on EDA = Electronics, Design and Applications, the event presents keynotes by Andrew B. Kangh from the University of San Diego and Markus Sonnemann from Robert Bosch GmbH as special highlights. In addition, there will be nine further sessions, including a special session on European research strategy and a panel discussion from the automotive sector.
The registration is now possible the program can be found here.

You can also look forward to a panel discussion on the accelerated introduction of innovative technologies in vehicles, reports from research projects and extensive discussion opportunities in the diverse poster session and at an evening event in a special atmosphere.

We look forward to welcoming you to Dresden. (more information)

The edaWorkshop is the central German event on EDA in the sense of electronics, design and applications as well as in the classical sense of electronic design automation. In odd years it takes place in cooperation with the ADTC (Nanoelectronics Applications, Design and Technology Conference) in Dresden. It offers the best conditions for the publication and discussion of application-oriented EDA research results. The balanced presence of science and application creates ideal opportunities for professional exchange with scientific demands, combined with industrial benefits. Particularly noteworthy is the strong presence of leading industrial companies, which enables a variety of cooperations to transform research results into economic benefits.

At the same time, the edaWorkshop is also the central event for the exchange of results for all BMBF-funded projects in the field of electronics, design and applications. It serves the communication between experts and the sponsor and supports the transfer of results in publicly funded research and development projects. (more information)