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Welcome to the SNUG Silicon Valley 2024 Call for Content!
Have you used Synopsys technology to overcome difficult design issues? Increase your visibility and help others in the design community by submitting a presentation for SNUG Silicon Valley 2024. SNUG brings together Synopsys users, technologists, and industry experts for this local technical conference devoted to the challenges of electronic design and verification.
Submit your proposal today by creating an account and filling out the submission form. Should you have any questions about submissions, please email
SNUG SV 2024 will be hosted at the Santa Clara Convention Center on March 20-21, 2024. Make sure to save the date!

We look forward to seeing you!
Your SNUG Silicon Valley Team

Important Dates

Call for Content Opens | September 28, 2023

Call for Content Closes | December 6,  2023

Preliminary Acceptance Notification | December 14, 2023

Draft Presentation Due | January 8, 2024

Draft Paper Due |  January 8, 2024

Second Drafts Due | January 22, 2024

Final Acceptance & Presentation Spots Awarded | February 8, 2024

Final Presentation Due | March 5, 2024

SNUG Silicon Valley 2023 | March 20 - 21, 2024


Acceptance Criteria

1.   Preliminary acceptance is based on the initial submission proposal.

2.   Final acceptance into the conference program agenda will be determined after the first draft of the presentation is complete, reviewed and approved by the Technical Committee.

The SNUG Technical Committee reviews and accepts submissions based on criteria that include:

  • Technical Relevance: Is the topic meaningful to other designers?
  • Technical Applicability: Is the topic general enough to be helpful to other designers?
  • Technical Completeness: Is the topic explored completely? Does it provide enough detail on the approach taken to analyze and address the challenge?
  • Are the problems and solutions well described? Review lessons learned along the way (what was expected/unexpected, what went well/not so well). 
  • Is the conclusion well substantiated? Why is your solution a good one? What can other designers take away and use in their work?
  • What are some ongoing areas of development or next steps which you or a peer could pursue?
  • General Readability: Is the presentation well organized? Is the presentation grammatically correct and spelled correctly?
  • Effective Summary of your effort and results.