Stanford University School of Engineering US-Asia Technology Management Center

 

SPRING 1999 Seminar/Public Lecture Series

Topics in International Technology Management


SYSTEM-ON-CHIP



Every Thursday, 4:15 - 5:30 pm
No Admission Charge
Stanford University, Skilling Auditorium

Instructor: Richard Dasher (rdasher@stanford.edu)

* Available to Stanford students for one-unit credit as EE 402S, Topics in International Technology Management. (Register under EE 402A in Axess.)*


Broadcast live via SITN (Stanford Instructional Television Network)
Stanford Online: Presentations available online to registered students.

 

DATE

SPEAKER

ORGANIZATION

TOPIC

PRESENTATION MATERIALS

4/01

J.J Yamaguchi, Assoc Vice President & General Manager, NEC Electronics, Inc.

NEC Electronics, Inc.
The Path to System-Level Integation: NEC's Perspective on the SoC Trend
4/08
Vijay Nagasamy, Director, Engineering, VSIS/MELCO
VSIS/MELCO

 

System-on-Chip Design with Embedded DRAM

 

4/15

 

Raul Camposano, Chief Technology Officer & Senior VP, Synopsys Inc.

Synopsys Inc.

System-to-Chip Design and Verification ; More of the Same, Evolution, or Revolution?

 

4/22

 

Yervant Zorian, Chief Technology Advisor, Logic Vision, Inc., Editor in Chief, IEEE Design & Test of Computers

Logic Vision, Inc.

IEEE Design & Test of Computers

 

System-on-Chip Test Strategies

4/29

Mark Birnbaum, Director of Strategic Technology at Fujitsu Microelectronics, Inc.

Fujitsu Microelectronics, Inc.

The Vitual Socket Interface Alliance (VSIA) and the other SoC issues
5/06

Aurangzeb Khan, President & CEO, Altius Solutions, Inc., formerly V.P., Silicon Engineering Mass Storage Division, Cirrus Logic Inc.

Altius Solutions, Inc.

Cirrus Logic Inc.

System-on-Chip Design Challenges
5/13

 

Mitsuo Saito, General Manager, System ULSI Lab, Toshiba

Toshiba

Toshiba's Approach to System-on-Chip

 

5/20

Roger Fisher, Sr Dir., Strategic Mrkting, TSMC

Larry Rosenberg, Technical Advisor, VCX

Jordan Selburn, Principal Analyst, DataQuest

Mark Eric Jones, Chairman, RAPID

TSMC

VCX

DataQuest

RAPID

Panal Discussion:

System Chips and 3rd Party IP Drive IC Industry Changes

 

5/27
Thomas P. Redfern, National Semiconductor Fellow Analog Division, National Semiconductor Corporation
National Semiconductor Corporation
System on a Chip - the Paradox of Leading Edge Technology and Low Cost

 

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