Design challenges for tomorrow's high-tech systems

TNO-ESI Symposium 2014

Tuesday 16 September - Auditorium TU Eindhoven

TNO-ESI Symposium 2014

We are looking back at a successful symposium with more than 300 participants that actively participated in the different sessions and discussions.

The programme opened with the keynote speech of prof. dr. Luca Benini, professor at the University of Bologna and professor and chair of Digital Circuits and Systems at ETH Zurich. In his interesting speech "Computational sensing for the Internet of Everything" he talked about the challenges and opportunities of the Internet-of-Things, where architecture and circuits are more strategic than ever. 

The track presentations and information market were made possible with contributions of our network partners from industry and academia. Both were arranged around the themes:

In the two workshops on Design Framework and POOSL tooling, it was up to the participants themselves. They worked with 'real-life' cases from their own professional environment.

In his inspiring and very well received closing keynote speech, Kees van der Klauw of Philips showed how Philips is transforming innovation and how high-tech systems play a crucial role in Philips' ability to deliver innovation that matters. 

Practical details


Tuesday 16 September, 2014


09:30 - 17:00

Event partner

Eindhoven University of Technology

Eindhoven University of Technology


Congress center Auditorium, TU Eindhoven


Participation is free of charge

(incl. lunch, refreshments, access to all sessions, presentations and information market, documentation)


Click here for an overview of the programme

Information market

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Programme manager:

Joris van den Aker


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