2022 VLSI SYMPOSIUM
TECHNOLOGY AND CIRCUITS FOR THE CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE FUTURE
2022 IEEE SYMPOSIUM ON VLSI TECHNOLOGY & CIRCUITS
Date: 13 – 17 June, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA - hybrid format
Where: Hilton Hawaiian Village, Honolulu, Hawaii
Go to the VLSI Symposium website and register here
Schedule available here
The first VLSI Symposia (Technology and Circuits) date back to 1981 with the goal to provide an opportunity for world’s top technologists to engage in an open exchange of ideas on what was quickly becoming a revolution in the world’s industrial capability. Since then, the Symposium has been held annually and has developed into an important and valuable event for people working in the VLSI industry.
The two Symposia remained linked for many years to provide opportunities for technology engineers and scientists, circuit and system designers to interact with each other. This 2022 edition delivers a unique convergence of technology and circuits for the microelectronics industry.
STMicroelectronics is pleased to take part in the conference as a member of the Committee and Chairmanship, and will provide a short course as part of the event. Read more below for some additional details and follow us virtually at VLSI 2022!
ST in the Conference Agenda
SC3-7 - Sensors for automotive: extending human senses to the car
3:20-4:10 PM HST
Tommaso Ungaretti, Simone Ferri, Luca Molinari, Elan Roth, Tino Copani, Max Cortiana, Mauro Giacomini, Gaetano Rivela, Angelo Scuderi
Tommaso Ungaretti - MEMS R&D Director – STMicroelectronics
The automotive industry is continuously integrating new and more compelling driver-assisted features ranging from Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) to Level 3 hands-off self-driving cars and even targeting Level 4 mind-off solutions. Over the next few years automakers will push L2+ features, with a forecast to exceed 11 million units by 2025. Enhancing automobile capabilities means investing in 3 directions: Sensing, Intelligence and Connectivity. If all of them are critical, clearly the intelligence and connectivity aspects can only progress if there are data to be analyzed and transmitted. This session explores how the only viable possibility to enhance the driving experience is to extend human senses to the car and looks at the challenges for each type of sensor.
IEEE Executive Committee: Andreia Cathelin
Technology Symposium Officer: Franck Arnaud
Circuits Symposium Officer: Neale Dutton