The Standards Game

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A New Game

Dear Readers, It is an honor – and humbling – to let you know that I have been elected to be the 2017 President of the IEEE. Details can be found here. It is possibly the biggest step in my entire career, and I look forward to serving the over 400,000 members and 1,200 professional […]

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Three standards, one goal – better low-power design

There are three active standards projects that address low-power design. They complement each other and are used for different aspects of low-power design. The three are: IEEE Standard P1801, also known as the Unified Power Format (UPF), IEEE P2415, and IEEE P2416. In IEEE-speak, the “P” at the beginning of the number means that it is […]

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Not a post about standards – vote in the IEEE election before Oct. 1st

Hello, Everyone – You might have heard that I have been on a new adventure. I am a candidate for President of the IEEE! Yes, the entire IEEE. I was truly honored to have been encouraged by the IEEE and Synopsys to apply for possible candidacy. After four rounds of vetting, the IEEE Board of […]

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The Big Three in EDA Standards

Actually, this is not my first post, of course. But I realized that I had been neglecting my blog. I have an excuse. I am a candidate for 2016 IEEE President-elect! It’s a huge opportunity and the campaign has been keeping me busy. Here’s more info: IEEE elections My website My Facebook page Apparently, people […]

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