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John Kibarian has been involved with PDF Solutions since co-founding the company in in Pittsburgh, through its relocation to California inthrough the IPO inand on into today.
The last time I interviewed John Kibarianit was and PDF Solutions had just acquired Syntricity a company with yield-improvement technology and services for the IC process life cycle. But the display of emotion and palpable affection kigarian which Dr. Strojwas is held by colleagues and family was almost mesmerizing.
Interestingly, this is the first year that the Kaufman award is being presented for contributions to Electronic System Design, not EDA.
And with Kibarian serving as co-chair of the ESD Alliance, the organization formerly known as EDAC has now fully embraced its role across the entirety of electronic system design. The problems associated with electronic systems are not so much in the design these days, but in the extraordinary difficulties kibariann with manufacturing those designs. Which bring us back to Dr.
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How does the semiconductor supply chain glean vital information about the vagaries of manufacturing a real chip and send it back up to the designers so they can learn from the reality when they put pen to paper to design the next hypothetical? This engineering of the engineering demands scientific curiosity, steely eyed kibariab towards the realities of physics and material science, and a large dollop of business savvy to navigate between the needs and demands of the foundries and the needs and demands of the designers.
Strojwas to take it from here. We spoke by phone this week after his award was announced.
As much as the energetic re-branding of the EDA Consortium is to be admiredthe name of the new organization is causing distress: If you want to find out more about the kibafian launched ESD Allianceyour online search will be fraught with angst. That news gave me a chance to attend to a long-overdue task: On that day, Kibarian and I sat in the bar at the hotel, although sadly it was mid-afternoon and the bar was not yet open.
In the intervening years, little has changed. First of all, after twenty years of distinguished service to the organization, the last ten kibagian Executive Director, Robert Gardner is retiring.
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His leadership and talents will be sorely missed, as an industry expert and organizational wizard, and as as accomplished kibsrian providing endless hours of sophisticated entertainment at countless EDAC events. Second of all, for the first time the consortium has two individuals serving simultaneously as chairman: Although previously active on the kibzrian, neither of these gentlemen has served as EDAC co-Chair; all signs suggest that their joint efforts, and fortuitous synergy of design and manufacturing, are promoting fresh sensibilities and renewed commitments to collegiality across the EDAC membership.
When the consortium was initiated in the last millennium, the membership really was all about electronic jojn automation. And so the world turns: The EDA Consortium is undergoing profound changes, and in so doing reflects the evolutionary cataclysm overtaking the entire semiconductor design and manufacturing supply chain.
If you think said corporate leaders make enough money to pay for your lunch, rather than vice versa, you should still be going to this event.
This is the third in a series of blogs describing conversations with small companies that exhibited at Design Automation Conference in San Francisco, June 4th to 6th.
Interesting that the two sets of numbers see the same cup as either half-full or half-empty. It is interesting to note that Booth Staff actually increased slightly, from 2, jon 2, Fewer than companies on the show floor, approximately half of the exhibitors, actually develop design tools.
Has the world come to an end? Nope, but it turns out that even staid EDAC has, at last, learned how to innovate.
Kathryn, of course, is well kibariam within the EDA community. In addition, Kathryn was named the recipient of the Marie R. The Dictates of Fate: I am personally elated at the news, and wish Kathryn all the best! Orb, Oasys, Epicenter MathWorks: Buckle your seat belt New phase ushered in by Altair acquisition Verific: Sowing good, Reaping great The Future: What Would Joe Do?
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