Director, Standards and Interoperability Programs, Synopsys;
Chair, IEEE Standards Education Committee;
Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Standards Education Committee eZine;
Board Member, IEEE-SA Standards Board;
Member, IEEE-SA Corporate Advisory Group
Yatin Trivedi is Director of Standards and Interoperability Programs at Synopsys. He is also member of the Standards Board and Corporate Advisory Group of the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA), the Board of Directors of IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (IEEE-ISTO), and the Board of Directors of Accellera. He also represents IEEE-SA on the Education Activities Board (EAB) and the Standards Education Committee (SEC). He is Editor-in-Chief of Standards Education Committee eZine, vice chair of Design Automation Standards Committee (DASC), and member of the IEEE-SA’s three governance committees: New Standards Committee (NesCom), Audit Committee (AudCom) and Industry Connect Committee (ICCom). He represents Synopsys on several technical standards committees and manages interoperability initiatives under corporate strategic marketing group. He also works closely with the Synopsys University program.
Yatin has been in engineering, marketing and management roles in the semiconductor industry for 28 years. Prior to joining Synopsys, Yatin was Senior Director of Strategic Partnership Programs at Magma Design Automation. He worked with semiconductor IP and library suppliers, and EDA tool vendors to establish comprehensive supply chain solutions around Magma’s SoC design implementation and analysis flows.
In 1992, Yatin co-founded Seva Technologies as one of the early IC Design Services companies in Silicon Valley. He co-authored the first book on Verilog HDL in 1990 and was the editor of IEEE Std 1364-1995 and IEEE Std 1364-2001. He also started, managed, and taught courses in VLSI design engineering at UC Santa Cruz extension (1990-2001). Yatin began his career at AMD and also worked at Sun Microsystems (acquired by Oracle).
Yatin received his B.E. (Hons) EEE from BITS, Pilani and M.S. Computer Engineering from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE.