The IBIS Open Forum is pleased to announce a virtual IBIS Summit meeting following the 26th IEEE Workshop on Signal and Power Integrity (SPI 2022) on Thursday, May 26, 2022. This is the 24th IBIS Summit associated with events in Europe.
This virtual IBIS Summit is intended to promote exchanges of ideas and methods among user and developers of IBIS models as well as the IEEE EPS and EMC Society members. Those interested in presenting at or in attending the virtual event may register using the information below. We encourage IBIS Summit participants to also attend the 26th IEEE Workshop on Signal and Power Integrity (SPI 2022).
The meeting is free and open to everyone. We look forward to seeing you online!
Chair, IBIS Open Forum
First Call for Participants
|TIME/DATE:||Thursday, May 26, 2022, 16:00 to 20:00 CEST (UTC+2)
(Thursday, May 26, 2022, 7:00am – 11:00am PST (UTC-7))
(Thursday, May 26, 2022, 10:00am – 2:00pm EST (UTC-4))
|LOCATION:||Online, register to receive meeting details|
|CONTENT:||Presentations and Discussions|
|SPONSORS:||IBIS Open Forum|
People involved in IBIS or related signal integrity and/or power integrity model development or EDA tool development as well as the IEEE EPS and EMC Society members and SPI 2022 attendees are invited to participate. If you plan to participate, please register with the information below:
|Send to:||Lance Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Deadline:||May 23, 2022 – Meeting link information will only be sent to registered participants.|
Call for Presentations
We are seeking presentations from individuals who have experiences of interest to the IBIS modeling community. These can include, but are not limited to:
- Demonstrations of modeling techniques
- Explanations of behavioral algorithms
- Descriptions of difficulties encountered
- Model correlation
- Modeling building experiences
- Comparisons to other modeling methods
- New technologies for modeling buffers and components
- New technologies for modeling packaging and interconnects
- Algorithmic modeling topics
- Ideas for IBIS model users
- Signal and/or Power Integrity modeling
Presentations may be addressed to any and all levels of IBIS experience, from beginner to expert.
- We require electronic versions so they can be shared during the virtual meeting, archived on the IBIS website, and made available to non-attendees.
- We prefer Microsoft PowerPoint* or Adobe PDF*.
- Please send presentations for processing and brief review.
If you plan a presentation, please supply the following information as soon as possible:
|Estimated Time Required:||Usually 15 to 45 minutes (allow time for questions)|
|Send to:||Bob Ross (email@example.com)|
|Deadline:||Thursday, May 12, 2022|
All submissions will be reviewed by the IBIS Board and are subject to approval before presentation at the Summit.
Note: vendor-specific, confidential or product promotion material is forbidden at IBIS summits. Presentations must be submitted by the deadline for review. The IBIS Open Forum reserves the right to reject submitted presentations or stop a scheduled presentation containing content that has not been reviewed.
Randy WOLFF (Micron Technology, USA)
|16:15||IBIS Chair’s Report
Randy WOLFF (Micron Technology, USA)
|16:30||Circuit Synthesis of Multiport Networks from Passive Poles and Residues
Chiu-Chih (George) CHOU*, Jose SCHUTT-AINE** (National Central University*, ROC; University of Illinois**, USA)
|17:00||Fast Simulation of Analog Circuit Blocks under Nonstationary Operating Conditions via Reduced Order Equivalent Circuits
Tommasso BRADDE, Alessandro ZANCO, Stefano GRIVET-TALOCIA (Politecnico di Torino, Italy)
|17:30||Low-Frequency Modal Extrapolation and Regularization for Full-Bandwidth Macromodeling of Electromagnetic Structures
Marco DE STEFANO*, Stefano GRIVET-TALOCIA*, T. WENDT**, C. YANG**, Christian SCHUSTER** (Politecnico di Torino*, Italy; Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)**, Germany)
|17:50||K.T. Wang (Wang Algebra) – Expanded History
Bob ROSS (Teraspeed Labs, USA)
|18:05||Break (Reconvene at 18:15)|
|18:15||Bathtub Extrapolation of IBIS-AMI Timing Jitter
Longfei BAI (Dassaults Systemes, Germany)
|18:40||IBIS Power Current Prediction with Overclocking
Aniello VISCARDI*, Xuefeng CHEN** Micron Technology, Italy*; Synopsys, PRC**)
|19:10||Pole-Residue in Touchstone
Arpad MURANYI (Siemens EDA, USA)
Next IBIS Open Forum Meeting Friday, June 3, 2022
|20:00||End of IBIS Summit Meeting|