IEEE Standards in India

ieee_mb_blueIEEE Standards Association Hosts Design Automation Standardization Workshops in Bangalore & Delhi

I, along with several other individuals, will participate in two IEEE-SA EDA standardization workshops in India on Friday, 4 February 2011 in Bangalore and on Thursday 10 February 2011 in New Delhi.  In the last year, the IEEE announced it opened an office in Bangalore, India.  This is the fourth IEEE office in Asia, following China, Japan and Singapore.

A large number of IEEE’s members reside in India and the EDA standards get a lot of use and attention in India.  There is a strong and thriving IEEE Std 1800™ SystemVerilog community in India that are helping to extend the verification capabilities of the language.  As the IEEE office gets setup, I look forward to it to help better coordinate standards development of a global community of companies and individuals.

Agenda: Bangalore, India Workshop (Register)
Location: Mentor Graphics, Bangalore

8:30 Registration opens
9:00 Welcome–Pamela Kumar (IBM)
9:05 IEEE-SA and the World of Standards
Dennis Brophy, Member, Board of Governors, IEEE-SA
Director of Business Development, Mentor Graphics
9:45 Standards in Design Automation: Influencing Design and Verification Methodologies
Low power (1801); Design & Verification productivity (1800, 1735); System Design (1666)
Yatin Trivedi, Member, Standards Education Committee, IEEE-SA
Director of Standards, Synopsys
10:30 Tea-Break
11:00 Impact of Standards in Design Environment
Sri Chandra, Chair, Standards Interest Group, India Chapter, IEEE-SA
CAD Manager, Freescale
11:30 Anecdotes of Participation in Standards Activities
Srinivasan Venkataramanan, CTO, CVC, Bangalore
11:45 Panel Discussion: Standards, Industry and Academia
Moderator: Pamela Kumar
Participants: Dennis Brophy, Yatin Trivedi, Sri Chandra, Srini Venkataramanan, Anuradha Srinivasan (Intel)
12:30 Conclusion & Thank You

A set of IEEE-SA Board of Governors meetings will be held at the beginning of the the week of February 7th.  And in addition to the meeting on design automation standards in Bangalore, a group of workshops are also planned in Mumbai on 4 February 2011 on Cloud Computing and Smart Grid by other colleagues I volunteer with on the IEEE-SA Board of Governors.   There are more IEEE-SA events planned for the week of February 7th and a full list can be found here.

For those who wish to join the New Delhi design automation workshop, some details of it can be found below.

Agenda: New Delhi, India Workshop (Register)
Location: IIT

8:30 Registration opens
9:00 Welcome—Karen Bartleson (Synopsys)
9:05 IEEE-SA and the World of Standards
Dennis Brophy, Member, Board of Governors, IEEE-SA
Director of Business Development, Mentor Graphics
9:45 Standards in Design Automation: Influencing Design and Verification Methodologies
Low power (1801); Design & Verification productivity (1800, 1735); System Design (1666)
Yatin Trivedi, Member, Standards Education Committee, IEEE-SA
Director of Standards, Synopsys
10:30 Tea-Break
11:00 Impact of Standards in Design Environment
Sri Chandra, Chair, Standards Interest Group, India Chapter, IEEE-SA
CAD Manager, Freescale
11:30 Anecdotes of Participation in Standards Activities
Srinivasan Venkataramanan, CTO, CVC, Bangalore
11:45 Panel Discussion: Standards, Industry and Academia
Moderator: Karen Bartleson
Participants: Dennis Brophy, Yatin Trivedi, Sri Chandra
12:30 Conclusion & Thank You

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