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Register now for the 2022 IEEE CASS Seasonal School: AI/ML for IC Design and EDA

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The virtual Seasonal School begins on 18 November.
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The 2022 IEEE CASS Seasonal School: AI/ML for IC Design and EDA is a virtual event and will have invited distinguished speakers from both academia and industry to teach attendees about the state-of-the-art in applying AI/ML to modern chip design and design automation. Registration is free for CAS Society members.

This Seasonal School will be held virtually, i.e., no travel is needed for speakers and attendees. We will plan to start each day at a time that is feasible in Asia, Europe and North America (e.g., 7:00am Pacific = 4:00pm CET = 8:30pm IST = 11:00pm in much of Asia). Depending on the level of interest, we will also organize group watching at UCSD and UT Austin, to accommodate students as well as local industry people if they plan to get together and meet in person. 

This will be held on:

  • Friday 18 November and Saturday 19 November from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM CST (-6:00 UTC)

On each day, we will have three talks plus Q&A, or else two talks plus Q&A along with a lab or demo.

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Daily Schedule:

18 and 19 November (9 AM - 12 PM CST (-6:00 UTC))

  • 18 November: Standard Platforms for ML in EDA and IC Design
    • 9-10:30 AM Kerim Kalafala++, Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM (co-chair, AI/ML for EDA Special Interest Group, Si2), “Exchanging EDA data for AI/ML using Standard API” [+demo]
    • 10:30 AM-12 PM Jinwook Jung, Research Staff Member, IBM Research, “IEEE CEDA DATC RDF and METRICS2.1: Toward a Standard Platform for ML-Enabled EDA and IC Design” [+demo]
  • 19 November: Manufacturability, Testing, Reliability, and Security
    • 9-10 AM Bei Yu, Associate Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Machine Learning for DFM”
    • 10-11 AM Li-C. Wang, Professor, UC Santa Barbara, “ML for Testing and Yield”
    • 11 AM-12 PM Muhammad Shafique, Professor of Computer Engineering, NYU Abu Dhabi, “ML for Cross-Layer Reliability and Security”