Contact Person: Ernst Burger
Location: 5/10 rue de la Renaissance, Centre d'affaires – Bâtiment C
92184 ANTONY cedex

Altair Innovation Solutions

Altair is a global technology company that provides software and cloud solutions in the areas of product development, high performance computing (HPC) and data analytics. Altair is dedicated to bring forward technologies, business models and products, delivering value to our clients by continually looking beyond the horizon to where new insights, ideas and possibilities are created.

Altair PBS Works speeds up semiconductor development processes with innovative solutions that maximize simulation throughput in HPC environments. These solutions enhance the business value of restricted availability, high cost semiconductor simulation software licences by managing license availability and scheduling workload for maximal utilisation of both HPC and software assets.

Altair HyperWorks is the most comprehensive, open-architecture engineering simulation platform on the market. Altair's semiconductor simulation technologies solve problems related to design automation, circuit design and analysis, electromagnetic compatibility and structural integrity of end-user products. Product development is driven forward at system level specification and detailed subsystem engineering stages of the product life cycle.

Altair technologies combine with access to a global team of experts in these fields of science and product development to create a unique value offering. Altair is a true innovation partner to large corporate and dynamic entrepreneurial clients alike.


Contact Person: Hsiaoling Lin
Location: 10F., No. 1, Sec. 3, Gongdao 5th Rd.
East District, Hsinchu City 30069

Andes Technology Corporation is a public listed company with well-established technology and teams to develop innovative high-performance/low-power 32/64-bit processor cores and associated development environment to serve worldwide rapidly growing embedded system applications.

The company delivers the best super low power CPU cores, including the new RISC-V series with integrated development environment and associated software and hardware solutions for efficient SoC design. Up to the end of 2018, the cumulative volume of Andes-Embedded™ SoCs has reached 3.5 billion with 2018 alone contributing over 1 billion.

To meet the demanding requirements of today's electronic devices, Andes Technology delivers configurable software/hardware IP and scalable platforms to respond to customers' needs for quality products and faster time-to-market. Andes Technology's comprehensive CPU includes entry-level, mid-range, high-end, extensible and security families to address the full range of embedded electronics products, especially for connected, smart and green applications. From 2017, Andes expands its product line to RISC-V processors and provides a total solution in V5 family cores, including N22, N25F/NX25F, D25F, A25/AX25, A25MP/AX25MP, A27/AX27/NX27V, A45/D45/N45 and AX45/DX45/NX45.

For more information about Andes Technology, please visit

Contact Person: Michael Tchagaspanian
Location: 17 rue des Martyrs
38054 Grenoble Cedex 9

Leti, a technology research institute at CEA Tech, is a global leader in miniaturization technologies enabling smart, energy-efficient and secure solutions for industry.
Founded in 1967, Leti pioneers micro- & nanotechnologies, tailoring differentiating applicative solutions for global companies, SMEs and startups. CEA-Leti tackles critical challenges in healthcare, energy and digital migration. From sensors to data processing and computing solutions, CEA-Leti's multidisciplinary teams deliver solid expertise, leveraging world-class pre-industrialization facilities.
With a staff of more than 1,900, a portfolio of 2,700 patents, 10,000 sq. m. of cleanroom space and a clear IP policy, the institute is based in Grenoble, France, and has offices in Silicon Valley and Tokyo.
CEA-Leti has launched 65 startups and is a member of the Carnot Institutes network.
Follow us on and @CEA_Leti.

Discover the most innovative demonstrators about advanced design & solutions for cyber physical systems, achieved by the Leti's & List's researchers:

P-Link: millimeter-wave radio signals, high-data through plastic media

Contact Person: Johanna Castan
Location: 2 Boulevard Thomas Gobert
91120 Palaiseau

List, a CEA Tech institute, carries out research on smart digital systems. Its R&D programs, all with potentially major economic and social implications, focus on advanced manufacturing, cyberphysical systems, artificial intelligence and technologies for digital patient. By developing cutting-edge technological research, the List helps its industrial partners to enhance their competitiveness through innovation and technology transfer.

Discover the most innovative demonstrators about advanced design & solutions for cyber physical systems, achieved by the Leti's & List's researchers:

SESAM, a fully-integrated CPS design platform

SPIRIT, spiking neural networks, parallel, low-power & low-latency computation

RETINE, programmable vision chip, high frame rate and low latency image analysis

Contact Person: Joris Bethune
Location: Friedrichshafenerstr. 1
82205 Gilching

In a world where the need for electronic products is constantly rising, scaling engineering teams to meet design demands is turning into a great challenge. Years ago, industries like software development and semiconductor design faced similar issues. They found automation of engineering processes not only to be a solution for increasing work efficiency but also unlock design possibilities that were previously not available. As a result, the past decade has seen 'software eat the world' as a new generation of development tools made writing code faster and easier than ever before.

Celus is leveraging the knowledge of abstraction layers and automated processes from these other industries and applying it to the use-case of hardware development on PCB level, coupled with large amounts of data and machine learning models.

By using Celus' software, engineers can complete tasks in minutes that would otherwise take weeks. They can turn intuitive plans, which describe the functionality and requirements of the board, into complex printed circuit board designs at a speed that has huge implications for the future of the electronics industry at a time when we rely on smart electronic devices more than ever.

Contact Person: Dr. Kholdoun Torki
Location: 46 avenue Felix Viallet
38031 Grenoble

Circuits Multi-Projects (CMP) is a manufacturing broker for ICs and MEMS, for prototyping and low volume production. Since 1981, more than 640 Institutions from 71 countries have been served, more than 8300 projects have been prototyped through 1142 manufacturing runs, and 74 different technologies have been interfaced. Integrated Circuits are available on CMOS, SiGe BiCMOS, HV-CMOS, CMOS-Opto from STMicroelectronics and ams down to 28 nm FDSOI. Design kits for most IC CAD tools and Engineering kits for MEMS are available. Assembling is provided in a wide range of plastic and ceramic packages.

Contact Person: Julien Ouy
Location: 320 Avenue Archimède
Les Pléiades III, BAT A
13100 Aix en Provence

ClearSy was founded on January 1st, 2001 by a group of engineers that had industrialized the formal modeling tool referred to as Atelier B, used in the rail transport industry to create safety software.

Clearsy was created on the basis of two principal objectives:

> To develop formal type methods and tools
> To develop software and systems that justify the use of formal methods

Today, ClearSy employs approximately a hundred engineers, consultants and experts in the regions of Aix en Provence, Paris, Lyon and Strasbourg. ClearSy engineers are skilled in various engineering fields (systems, mechanics, electronics, software, operational safety). They have IT tools and an electronic laboratory to create prototypes and conduct trials. Collaborations with laboratories and industrial partnerships ensure the production of the various system components (sensors and interfaces).

Contact Person: Chouki Aktouf
Location: 155/157 cours Berriat
38028 Grenoble

Defacto Technologies is an innovative chip design software company providing breakthrough RTL platforms to enhance integration, verification and Signoff of IP cores and System on Chips.

New segment markets such as automotive, mobile, virtual reality and artificial intelligence require leading edge SoCs with greater functionality, higher performance and much lower consumption. Meeting time-to-market requirements and lowering the overall cost including design steps is becoming a critical factor of success.

By adopting Defacto's STAR design platform, major semiconductor companies are continuously moving from traditional and painful SoC design tasks to the Defacto's joint “Build & Signoff” design methodology.
The related ROI has been proven for hundreds of projects.

Contact Person: Aurélie Descombes
Location: 1 bis A chemin du pré carré
38240 Meylan

Headquartered in France, Dolphin Design, previously known as Dolphin Integration, is a semiconductor company employing 160 people, including 140 highly qualified engineers.

Their IP clusters, available for various technological processes and optimized for the best Energy Efficiency, feed their tailored, scalable and modular Power Management and Processing platforms to deliver fast and securely ASICs, either designed by or for their clients.

By the side of their clients, now exceeding 500 companies, they focus on human, inventive and long-term collaboration to enable them to bring products and devices, powered by innovative and accessible integrated circuits that minimize environmental impact, to the hands of billions of people everyday. In consumer markets including IoT, AI and 5G, or in high reliability markets, they unleash SoC designer creativity to deliver differentiation.

Tell them your biggest dream. Dare the impossible. We tech it on.

Contact Person: Katrien van Impe
Location: UGENT - ELIS Technologiepark-Zwijnaarde 126
9052 Gent

Eurolab4HPC is a 2-year Horizon 2020 funded project committed to make Europe excel in academic research and innovation in HPC technology. To reach this goal it has defined 4 actions:

  1. To structure the HPC community by adding members to develop a community of excellence that engages in focused high-quality cross-stack activity.
  2. To promote entrepreneurship by building an innovation pipeline from general purpose entrepreneurial training, business prototyping, business plan development and helping with funding. Take a look at our events calendar.
  3. To stimulate technology transfer by connecting with other technology transfer activities and providing competitive seed funding for HPC technology transfer. Find out more about at our funded HPC innovation projects or take a look at our latest video:
  4. To disseminate community news by investing substantial resources in dissemination activities, creating a stronger Eurolab4HPC brand.

For further information visit: and don't forget to come by and say hello at the Eurolab4HPC stand here at DATE 2020!

Contact Person: Paul Malisse
Location: EUROPRACTICE IC office & IC Manufacturing Center, p.a. imec
Kapeldreef 75
3001 Leuven

EUROPRACTICE was launched by the European Commission in 1989 to help companies improve their competitive position in world markets by adopting ASIC, Multi-Chip Module or Microsystems solutions in their products. The program helps to reduce the perceived risks and costs associated with these technologies by offering potential users a range of services, including initial advice and ongoing support, reduced entry costs and a clear route to chip manufacture and product supply.

Since its creation, EUROPRACTICE has bridged the gap between academia and industry in the high-tech world by offering more than 600 European universities and research institutes affordable access to the latest IC (Integrated Circuits) design tools and technologies. This is reflected in the training provided by universities from which the best IC design engineers emerge, essential for the SMEs innovation in new IC products.

The ultimate goal of EUROPRACTICE is to enhance European industrial competitiveness in the global marketplace. The EUROPRACTICE services are open to industrial companies (especially SMEs), research institutes and academic users.


The mission statement of EUROPRACTICE is to provide the European industry and academia with a platform to develop smart integrated systems, from advanced prototype design to volume production. The latter is achieved by providing affordable and easier access to a wide range of state-of-the-art industry-grade fabrication technologies and design tools complemented with training and support to the customer in all critical steps which are needed.

  • Affordable access to industry-standard and state-of-the-art design (CAD) tools
  • Distribution and full support of high-quality cell libraries and design kits for the most popular CAD tools
  • Low-cost prototyping in various technologies (both ASIC and More than Moore) via MPW runs
  • Access to advanced packaging and smart system integration
  • Training courses in advanced design flows and on various technologies


EUROPRACTICE also offers industry worldwide access to microelectronic and microsystem design services, MPW prototyping, small volume production, packaging and test operations. Note, this does not include access to design tools.
Industry from all over the world have rapidly discovered the benefits of using the EUROPRACTICE IC service to help bring new product designs to market quickly and cost-effectively. The EUROPRACTICE ASIC route supports especially those companies who do not always need the full range of services or high production volumes. Those companies will gain from the flexible access to silicon prototype and production capacity at leading foundries, design services, high quality support and manufacturing expertise. This you can get all from EUROPRACTICE IC service, a service that is already established for 20 years in the market.


  • imec (Belgium)
  • Fraunhofer-Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen (Fraunhofer IIS) (Germany)
  • STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (United Kingdom)
  • CMP (France)
  • Tyndall National Institute (Ireland)
Contact Person: Rene Donkers
Location: 16131 Jacaranda Way
Los Gatos, CA 95032
United States

The scope of Fractal Technologies products is to check consistency and validate all different data formats used in designs and subsequently improve the Quality of Standard Cell Libraries, IO libraries and general purpose IP blocks (Digital, Mixed Signal, Analog and Memories). Fractal Technologies offers Crossfire software and IPdelta software. Our mission is simple: make the Quality of your Design Formats an asset for your business.

Contact Person: Romain Xu-Darme
Location: 100 rue des Mathématiques
38610 Gières

The rise of cyberattacks constitutes a major challenge for our societies, with an estimated cost of $6 trillion per year by 2021 (Forbes). In addition to their disastrous economic and social impact, these attacks weaken the confidence of citizens in the digital transition of activities and cause serious international tensions. As a consequence, the development of new sustainable solutions that enable end-to-end security, privacy and infrastructure resilience is now a multi-dimension challenge: technical, business, scientific and social.
The Grenoble Alpes Cybersecurity Institute – in short, Cyber@Alps – aims at undertaking ground-breaking interdisciplinary research in order to address these cybersecurity and privacy protection challenges. Our main technical focus are on cost effective secure elements, security of critical infrastructures all along their life cycle, vulnerability analysis and global challenges in terms of risk analysis and validation of large systems, including practical resilience across the industry and the society. Our approach to cybersecurity is holistic, encompassing technical, legal, law-enforcement, economic, social, diplomatic, military and intelligence-related aspects with strong partnerships with the private sector and robust national and international cooperation with leading institutions in France and abroad.

Contact Person: Vicky Wandels
Location: UGENT - ELIS Technologiepark-Zwijnaarde 126
9052 Gent

HiPEAC (High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation) is the premier focal point for networking, dissemination, training, and collaboration activities in Europe for researchers, industry, and policy related to computing systems. Today, its network, the biggest of its kind in Europe, numbers over 2,000 specialists.

HiPEAC's mission is to advance computer architecture and computing systems research and development as a discipline in Europe. Its objectives are to:

  • Secure and strengthen a leading position for Europe in computing systems that support all aspects of modern society by advancing computing systems as a discipline.
  • Prepare the next generation of world-class computing systems scientists and engineers in Europe by supporting their academic and professional development.
  • Build a dynamic ecosystem for the design and implementation of computing systems in Europe by bringing together European research, industry, small/medium enterprises (SMEs), and policy.
  • Align research efforts in computing systems and strengthen research impact in Europe by identifying long-term challenges in computing systems and articulating their impact on modern society.

To join for free email

For further information visit and don't forget to visit our stand here at DATE 2020!

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Contact Person: Didier Louis / François Legrand
Location: 17 rue des Martyrs
38054 Grenoble cedex 9

Nanoelec Research Technological Institute (IRT), headed by CEA-Leti, conducts research and development in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT) and, specifically, micro- and nanoelectronics. Based in Grenoble, France, IRT Nanoelec leverages the area's proven innovation ecosystem to create the technologies that will power the nanoelectronics of tomorrow, drive new product development and inspire new applications. The R&D conducted at IRT Nanoelec provides early insight into how emerging technologies will affect integrated circuits.

IRT Nanoelec pursues three objectives: The first is technology development for future generations of integrated circuits. Our researches are main focused on 3D integrated circuits, silicon photonics, power devices and characterization, currently IRT Nanoelec's four silicon-based technology research programs.

Our second objective is to transfer new technologies to businesses through the 2 IRT Nanoelec diffusion programs. The capacity to translate research into marketable products is a much more relevant way to assess our capacity for innovation.

Finally, our third objective is to create new educational and training programs and content that meet the future human resources needs expressed by IRT Nanoelec's industrial partners. We also strive to ensure that learners who complete IRT Nanoelec courses have acquired the skills necessary for successful career placement. Visit

IRT Nanoelec sponsored a Friday Workshop in line with DATE 2020 that was finally presented to registered participants as a webinar on 13 March 2020. This workshop introduced IRT Nanoelec as a key player in Grenoble ecosystem by sharing results and vision on imaging solutions, photonic components and cyber security innovations. Please find additional content and material of the workshop here:

Location: 3 Apple Hill Drive
Natick, MA 01760
United States

MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software. Engineers and scientists worldwide rely on its products to accelerate the pace of discovery, innovation, and development.

MATLAB®, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation. Simulink® is a graphical environment for simulation and Model-Based Design of multidomain dynamic and embedded systems. The company produces nearly 100 additional products for specialized tasks such as deep learning, computer vision, robotics, and C and HDL code generation.

MATLAB and Simulink are used throughout the automotive, aerospace, communications, electronics, and industrial automation industries as fundamental tools for research and development. They are also used for modeling and simulation in increasingly technical fields, such as financial services and computational biology. MATLAB and Simulink enable the design and development of a wide range of advanced products, including automotive systems, aerospace flight control and avionics, telecommunications and other electronics equipment, industrial machinery, and medical devices. More than 5000 colleges and universities around the world use MATLAB and Simulink for teaching and research in a broad range of technical disciplines.

Contact Person: Gunnar Widforss
Location: PO Box 883

MegaM@Rt will create a framework incorporating methods and tools for continuous development and validation leveraging the advantages in scalable model-based methods to provide benefits in significantly improved productivity, quality and predictability of large and complex industrial systems.

European industry faces stiff competition on the global arena. The electronic systems become more and more complex and call for modern engineering practices to tackle productivity and quality. The model-driven technologies promise significant productivity gains, which have been proven in several studies. However, these technologies need more development to scale for real-life industrial projects and provide advantages in runtime. MegaM@Rt brings the model-driven engineering to the next level in order to help European industry to reduce development and maintenance costs as well as to reinforce productivity and quality.

The specific scientific and technological objectives include development of:

scalable methods and tools for modelling of functional and non-functional properties such as performance, consumption, security and safety with mechanisms for representation of results of runtime analysis.

scalable methods and tools for application validation at runtime including scalable methods for models@runtime, verification and online testing.

infrastructure for efficient handling and management of numerous, heterogeneous and large models potentially covering several functional and non-functional domains.

holistic traceability 1) capable to link and manage models and their elements from different tools as well as 2) suitable for large distributed cross-functional working teams.

specific demonstrators and validate MegaM@Rt technologies through 10 complementary industrial case studies.

Contact Person: Astrid Ernst, Marketing Europe

Mentor, a Siemens business, enables companies to develop better electronic products faster and more cost-effectively, where today's design meets tomorrow. Our innovative products and solutions empower engineers to conquer design challenges in the increasingly complex worlds of board and chip design. We are a global leader in electronic design automation, providing products, consulting services and award-winning support for the world's most successful electronics systems and semiconductor companies.

Mentor offers the broadest industry portfolio of best-in-class hardware and software design solutions focused on C-based design and hardware/software co-verification, IC design and physical verification, functional verification, FPGA/PLD, design-for-test, PCB design and embedded software.

Contact Person: Prof. Said Hamdioui
Location: Technische Universiteit Delft/ Department of Computer Engineering
Mekelweg 4
2628CD Delft

MNEMOSENE is an ambitious Research and Innovation Action addressing the theme "Development of new approaches to scale functional performance of information processing and storage substantially beyond the state-of-the-art technologies with a focus on ultra-low power and high performance" of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 ICT research and innovation programme.

MNEMOSENE will focus on the development, design and demonstration of a Computation-In-Memory (CIM) architecture based on extending arrays of non-volatile resistive switching devices (memristors) with logic functionality inside or around the cell array. CIM architectures allow integration of information processing and storage at the same physical location, having the potential to (a) eliminate the communication and memory bottleneck, (b) support massive parallelism to increase the overall performance, (c) drastically enhance energy efficiency, and (d) be cheaper to manufacture. Development of such a radically innovative computing architecture will be a real breakthrough, enabling the solution of many computational problems in minutes rather than days at affordable energy and cost, resulting in orders of magnitude increase in performance.

Coordinated by Delft Technical University (NL), the project consortium includes eight other partners from six different countries: Eindhoven University of Technology and IMEC (NL), ETH Zurich and IBM Research – Zurich (CH), Arm (UK), RWTH Aachen University (DE), INRIA (FR) and Intelligentsia Consultants (LU).

The MNEMOSENE Project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 780215.

Contact Person: Andreas Ripp
Location: Inselkammerstrasse 5
82008 Unterhaching

MunEDA provides within it's WiCkeD EDA suite tools for migration, sizing and verification of Custom IC circuits such as Highspeed I/O, Memory, RF Circuits, Analog, Standard Cells, and many others. Designers can improve and optimize the circuit regarding contraints & feasibility, performances & specifications, robustness, yield, area, stability, timing, power, realiability, aging, degradation, stress, self heating and many others. MunEDA solutions are well integrated into the industry standard EDA design and simulation frameworks of our partners. Headquartered in Munich Germany MunEDA has worldwide sales & support offices to serve our global customers like semiconductor IDMs (integrated device manufacturers), fabless design houses & foundries.

Contact Person: Bob Seghers
Location: Kerkstraat 108
9050 Gentbrugge

Sigasi radically redefines digital design. Our design entry tool Sigasi Studio makes the work of digital chip designers more efficient and fun. Sigasi Studio has now become the essential next-generation Intelligent Development Environment (IDE) for hardware designers.

Sigasi Studio drastically improves designer productivity by helping to write, inspect and modify digital circuit designs in the most intuitive way. Our tool understands the design context. Advanced features such as intelligent autocompletes and code refactoring, make VHDL, Verilog and SystemVerilog design easier, more efficient.

Sigasi, founded in 2008 and headquartered in Belgium, is backed by angel investors and has formed partnerships with FPGA and EDA companies including Altera, Xilinx and Aldec.

The Sigasi Studio software is used worldwide by industry leaders in the fields of healthcare, consumer electronics, industrial automation, telecom, aerospace and defense.

Contact Person: Benjamin van Camp
Location: Sint-Godelievestraat 32
9880 Aalter

Sofics provides analog I/O's and custom circuits for the trade off between high robustness and high-performance IC design, optimized for your application.

Whether it is reducing leakage below nA range, lowering I/O capacitance to less than 10fF, enabling the use of core transistors in the I/O for highest speed or sustaining operating or signal voltage well above the power supply: every application poses different challenges. From our niche expertise of protecting ICs against a variety of reliability specifications, we can distill the most optimized strategies within the operating range of your IC, treating every each case differently, with silicon proven solutions in almost every mainstream and advanced technology, including FinFETs down to 5nm, SOI down to 22nm, HV/BCD up to 100V and other variants of CMOS processes, in a wide range of foundries: TSMC, GlobalFoundries, SMIC, UMC and many others.

Sofics' technology is proven in more than 3000 IC designs with more than 80 different customers.

Sofics ( has more than 20 years, and more than 130 man-years experience in protecting ICs against a variety of reliability specifications. Based in Aalter, Belgium, we serve customers worldwide. Our technology is patented in more than 35 patent families. Sofics is foundry independent, but part of TSMC's DCA and IP alliance since 2009.

Contact Person: Sabine Trollmann
Location: Tiergartenstr. 17
69121 Heidelberg

Springer is part of Springer Nature, which has over 13,000 employees in over 50 countries. Springer publishes a wide variety of scientific and technical book and journal content, including over 12,000 book titles per year and over 3,000 journals. Our content is distributed globally, via our online portal known as Springerlink, as well as in-print via and a variety of retail outlets, e.g., Our book publishing includes a variety of content types, including textbooks, professional books, research monographs, and major reference works. Since Springerlink is accessed by more than 15,000 academic and corporate institutions globally, our authors' work has unparalleled, global reach. We offer our authors individualized, expert relationships, throughout the lifecycle of their publishing effort. Please attend the Publisher Session and visit the Springer exhibit to discuss your next book with Charles Glaser, Editorial Director (

Contact Person: Marcello Coppola
Location: 12 rue Jules Horowitz
39019 Grenoble Cedex

ST is a global semiconductor leader delivering intelligent and energy-efficient products and solutions that power the electronics at the heart of everyday life. ST’s products are found everywhere today, and together with our customers, we are enabling smarter driving and smarter factories, cities and homes, along with the next generation of mobile and Internet of Things devices.

By getting more from technology to get more from life, ST stands for life.augmented.

The Company serves more than 100,000 customers worldwide. Further information can be found at

Contact Person: Prof. Dr. Rainer Leupers
Location: RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Communication Technologies and Embedded Systems (ICE), ICT cubes
Kopernikusstr. 16
52074 Aachen

TETRAMAX is unique innovation hub for digitizing European industries in the domain of customized and low-energy computing. Our mission is to boost innovation for SMEs in search of leading-edge digital technologies and solutions.

We provide:

  • EU-wide local help desks with individual digitization consulting
  • Low-risk technology innovation testbeds for SMEs
  • Cross-border hardware/software ICT supply and demand brokerage
  • Funding up to 100,000 EUR for tech transfer experiments via open calls

Visit for more information We hope to meet you at our stand at DATE 2020!

The TETRAMAX project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 761349.

Contact Person: Frédéric Pétrot, TIMA Laboratory, FR
Andreas Vörg, edacentrum, DE
Location: TIMA Laboratory
46 Avenue Felix Viallet
38031 Grenoble

Schneiderberg 32
30167 Hannover

The University Booth fosters the transfer of academic work to industry. The University Booth is part of the DATE 2020 exhibition and is free of charge for presenters and their visitors. The University Booth is sponsored by the DATE Sponsor's Committee. The University Booth will be organized for EDA software and hardware demonstrations. Universities and public research institutes are invited to present innovative hardware and software demonstrations. All demonstrations will be hosted in the DATE exhibition area, within a dedicated time slot.

Research institutes and universities interested in demonstrating their mature prototypes and pre-commercial results can find submission details at

The University Booth is organized by the University Booth Co-Chair
Frédéric Pétrot, IMAG, FR
Andreas Vörg, edacentrum, DE

Contact Person: Iyad Rayane
Location: 3 avenue du Canada/Bâtiment Theta 2
ZI de Courtaboeuf
91940 Les Ulis

Zuken is a global provider of leading-edge software and consulting services for electrical and electronic engineering and design for manufacture. Founded in 1976, Zuken has the longest track record of technological innovation and financial stability in the electronic and electrical design automation software industry. With its product lines CR-8000 for 3D multi-board PCB design and advanced packaging, and E3.series for cabinet and wire harness layout and assembly, Zuken provides a comprehensive lineup of tools and solutions for design, documentation and manufacturing of electrical and electronic assemblies. Both product lines are complemented by open library and design data configuration and change management platforms (DS-CR and DS-E3, respectively) that provide a solid foundation for a true interdisciplinary electro-mechanical PLM data model.