[SI-LIST] : EUROPEAN IBIS SUMMIT MEETING REMINDER

Bob Ross (bob_ross@mentorg.com)
Mon, 22 Feb 99 18:46:38 PST

To All:

This is a third announcement of the second European IBIS Summit Meeting.
Last year we had a very successful European IBIS Summit Meeting. This year
we are holding again a meeting along with DATE99 on Tuesday, March 9, 1999.
The purpose is to promote communication among users and developers of IBIS
models in Europe.

The meeting is open to everyone and will start with a Lunch at Noon to
allow some attendees to arrive in Munich that morning.

Below is some information on the IBIS Summit and some related events. You
are invited to register. The agenda is becoming formed below:

Best Regards
Bob Ross
Mentor Graphics

E U R O P E A N I B I S S U M M I T M E E T I N G
T H I R D A N N O U N C E M E N T

Time/Date: 12 PM - 6 PM, Tuesday, March 9, 1999

Location: ASTRON HOTEL/Neue Messe
Eggenfeldener Strasse 100
Munich, Germany

This is a hotel near the DATE99 Conference

Content: Presentations and Discussions

Purpose: Solicit and Exchange IBIS Model Related Information and Ideas.

Sponsors: Mentor Graphics, INCASES, High Design Technology (HDT)

DATE99 Show: DATE99 - March 9 - 12, 1999. The IBIS meeting is scheduled
the day before the DATE99 trade show begins.

Location: International Congress Center, Munich, Germany

See www.date-conference.com for more information.

PCB Symposium: An all day symposium is scheduled Thursday, March 11, 1999,
on PCB design issues, on site at DATE99.

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS

People involved in IBIS Model development, EDA tool development, and digital
circuit design are invited to participate in the European IBIS Summit meeting.
If you plan to participate, please register with the information below
(deadline, February 26, 1999):

Name:
E-mail address:
Company:
Telephone:

Send to:

Karine Loudet (karine_loudet@mentor.com) +33 1 40 94 74 54

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE TO DATE:

12:00: LUNCH (Provided to all participants)

13:00 - 18:00 MEETING

Current IBIS Activities and Issues
Bob Ross, Mentor Graphics

Detecting Typical Bugs in IBIS Models
Werner Rissiek, INCASES Engineering

Validation of IBIS Based Two Waveform Behavioral Models
Bernhard Unger, Siemens AG

IBIS Version 3.2 Update
Stephen Peters, Intel

BREAK

IBIS Management and CHECK at Siemens ICN
Gerald Bannert, Siemens

DOGEN, An Internal Model Library Management Tool
Hans Pichlmaier, Siemens

General Questions and Discussions
- IBIS Interpretation

IBIS Future Requirements
Stephen Peters, Intel

Unconfirmed Presentation on Future Requirements

General Questions and Discussions
- Future Requirements
- Any other topic of interest

Ad Hoc Presentations

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

Presenters: If you want copies made of your presentation, please send
presentation to these addresses:

karine_loudet@mentor.com
bob_ross@mentor.com

Deadline is Friday, February 26, 1999, but we would prefer them as early
as possible to get a head start. Otherwise plan to bring 50 copies for
the meeting.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:

Bob Ross,
Chair, EIA/IBIS Open Forum
Mentor Graphics
8005 S.W. Boeckman Road
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070
USA

(503) 685-0732
bob_ross@mentor.com

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