IBIS Summit

The IBIS Open Forum is pleased to announce a hybrid virtual/in-person IBIS Summit meeting following the SPI 2024 – 28th IEEE Workshop on Signal and Power Integrity on Wednesday, May 15, 2024. This is the 26th IBIS Summit associated with events in Europe.

This IBIS Summit is intended to promote exchange of ideas and methods among users and developers of IBIS models as well as the IEEE EPS and EMC Society members. Those interested in attending or presenting at the event may register using the information below. We encourage IBIS Summit participants to also attend SPI 2024.

The meeting is free and open to everyone. We look forward to seeing you either online or in Lisbon!

Lance Wang
Chair, IBIS Open Forum

Call for Participants

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2024
Time: 14:00 – 18:00 WEST (UTC+1)
15:00 – 19:00 CEST (UTC+2)
9:00 am – 1:00 pm EDT (UTC-4)
6:00 am – 10:00 am PDT (UTC-7)
Location: SPI 2024 venue
Online
Content: Presentations and Discussions
Cost: Free
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 2024 attendees are invited to participate. If you plan to participate, please register with the information below:

Name:
E-mail address:
Company:
Participation: In-person / Online
Send to: Randy Wolff (vice-chair@ibis.org)
Deadline: Monday, May 13, 2024

Call for Presentations

We are seeking presentations from individuals who have experiences of interest to the IBIS modeling community. Presentations may be addressed to any and all levels of IBIS experience, from beginner to expert, and 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

Electronic Archival: We require electronic versions of all presentations, that will be shared during the meeting, archived on the IBIS website and made available to non-attendees. The preferred formats are Microsoft PowerPoint or Adobe PDF.

If you plan to make a presentation, please send it until the deadline for processing and brief review, alongside the following information:

Title:
Presenter:
E-mail address:
Company:
Estimated Time Required: Usually 15 to 45 minutes
(allow time for questions)
Send to: Randy Wolff (vice-chair@ibis.org)
Deadline: Wednesday, May 1, 2024

All submissions will be reviewed by the IBIS Board and are subject to approval before presentation at the Summit. The IBIS Open Forum reserves the right to reject submitted presentations or stop a scheduled presentation with content that has not been reviewed. Please note that vendor-specific, confidential or product promotion material is forbidden at IBIS summits.