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    2023 VLSI Forecast: Advancements in EV and 5G to Drive Growth: Experts

    The three-day 2023 VLSI Design Conference, which focused on the semiconductor industry, was a huge success with over 1600 registrations and 63 booths from 43 companies.

    The conference featured 25 companies sponsoring the event, and there were 282 papers submitted to the TPC committee, resulting in 54 papers and 17 posters across 13 tracks.

    The best paper award was won by researchers from IIT Mumbai for their work on wireless air quality monitoring. Additionally, there was a design contest with 75 submissions and a user design track with 88 submissions.

    The event also featured 17 keynote speakers from various countries and the Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Dr. Satya Gupta.

    The 2023 VLSI conference discussed the latest trends in the semiconductor industry, specifically in the areas of telecommunication, 5G, electric vehicles, and security and surveillance.

    The underlying theme of these trends is the use of semiconductors for data capture, connectivity, storage, and processing. Despite concerns about the semiconductor industry’s future due to the China situation, governments around the world are making semiconductors a priority in their strategies, and India has also implemented a semiconductor policy to boost the semiconductor industry.

    2023 VLSI Design Conference Draws Record Attendance with Over 1600 Registrations and 43 Companies

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    2023 VLSI Design Conference ends on a high note in Hyderabad

    The 2023 VLSI Design conference highlighted the promising future of the semiconductor industry and the important role it plays in various industries.

    VLSI Industry Poised for Growth with Electric Vehicles and 5G Technology

    “Semiconductors will be a major gainer from the growth of electric vehicles and 5G technology. With more electronic parts and a greater need for security in these industries, the future of the VLSI industry looks promising.”

    This statement from Sanjay Churiwala, General Chair, 2023 VLSI Design Conference and Corporate Vice President AMD, highlights the potential for growth in the world of electric vehicles and 5G technology, and how semiconductors will play a crucial role in these industries. Electric vehicles have a lot of electronics in them and very few mechanical parts, making it a prime area for growth in the semiconductor industry. Additionally, 5G technology requires semiconductors for data capture, connectivity, storage, and processing, making it another area of growth for the VLSI industry. With the increasing importance of security in these industries, the demand for semiconductors in electric vehicles and 5G technology is expected to continue to rise.

    “Semiconductor Industry Conference Draws Huge Turnout and Discusses Latest Trends”

    The conference discussed the latest trends in the semiconductor industry, specifically in the areas of telecommunication, 5G, electric vehicles, and security+ surveillance. The underlying theme of these trends is the use of semiconductors for data capture, connectivity, storage, and processing.

    Amidst concerns about the semiconductor industry’s future due to the China situation, governments around the world are making semiconductors a priority in their strategies, and India has also implemented a semiconductor policy to boost the semiconductor industry.

    The government is also taking steps to support the hardware startup ecosystem, with initiatives such as providing incentives for government contracts that include a significant amount of Indian content. Additionally, many US-based startups are keeping their operations lean in the US and expanding their talent base in India, with companies like Blaze, SpearX, and others making use of the talent and infrastructure available in Hyderabad.

    However, there is still a need for more infrastructure and resources to support the growth of the hardware startup ecosystem in Hyderabad. Despite the government’s commitment and trust in the area, with the announcement of a 10-billion-dollar investment in the semiconductor industry, more needs to be done to support and encourage the growth of hardware startups in the city.

    The conference highlighted the promising future of the semiconductor industry and the important role it plays in various industries.

    The event organisers also announced the VLSI 2024 will be held in Kolkata with the theme “ VLSI meets AI and Quantum for cyber physical systems”

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