Printed electronics (PE) is emerging for internet of things (IoT) and wearables. For electronics designers, however, the entry barrier is still high due to the lack of device models and the design automation infrastructure. In this talk, I present our work in PDK for PE that provides capabilities of PE circuit simulations and design verifications with guaranteed results.
Speaker Biography (Jim Huang)
Dr. Tsung-Ching "Jim" Huang is a senior research scientist with Hewlett-Packard Labs at Palo Alto, USA. Dr. Huang is a pioneer in flexible circuit design and electronic design automation for flexible electronics. He invented a design style named "Pseudo-CMOS" that leads to many performance breakthroughs of flexible electronic systems and is widely used among flexible electronics designers around the world. He authored a book "Design, Automation, and Test for Low-Power and Reliable Flexible Electronics" - the first book dedicated for circuit design and design automation with flexible electronics (ISBN: 1601988400). Dr. Huang is a senior member of IEEE and a Fellow of NextFlex.
Company Profile (Hewlett Packard)
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, incorporated on February 25, 2015, is a provider of technology solutions. The Company's segments include: Enterprise Group, Software, Financial Services and Corporate Investments. The Enterprise Group segment provides its customers with the technology infrastructure they need to optimize traditional information technology (IT). The Software segment allows its customers to automate IT operations to simplify, accelerate and secure business processes and drives the analytics that turn raw data into actionable knowledge. The Financial Services segment enables flexible IT consumption models, financial architectures and customized investment solutions for its customers. The Corporate Investments segment includes Hewlett Packard Labs and certain business incubation projects, among others. The Company's customers range from small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to large global enterprises.