Extension of submission deadline for EDPS 2006: March 05, 2006

Discussion in 'VHDL' started by b_kapoor@yahoo.com, Feb 23, 2006.

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    Dear Friends,

    I am writing to encourage you all to submit relevant work to the 2006
    Workshop on Electronic Design Processes in Monterey immediately after
    ISPD. The deadline for submission has been extended to March 05, 2006.

    EDP is a small but IMO very good workshop. Invited speakers this year
    include Kurt Keutzer, Jason Cong, Jan Rabaey, Rajesh Gupta, Gary Smith,
    and Steve Longoria.

    While we are interested in all aspects of the design process, a major
    focus this year is "Design Above RTL". Supporting SuperSize Designs and
    Programmable Platforms are also of interest.

    Since EDP is a workshop which encourages free exchange of new ideas,
    extended abstracts, position papers, and reports on works in progress
    are very suitable.

    Below is the CFP. Please do not hesitate to contact me or Bhanu Kapoor
    if you have any questions.

    Regards,
    --John

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    CALL FOR PAPERS - EDP 2006
    Electronic Design Processes 2006
    April 13&14, 2006
    Monterey Beach Hotel, Monterey, California
    http://www.eda.org/edps/edps06


    The Electronic Design Processes (EDP) Workshop provides a forum for a
    cross-section of the design community to discuss state-of-the-art
    electronic design processes and CAD methodologies. As the requirements
    and complexities of electronic design increase, past ad-hoc approaches
    to design processes are proving inadequate. The workshop focuses on the
    improvement of the overall design process, rather than on the functions
    of the individual tools themselves. The core audience of EDP consists
    of CAD system integrators and methodologists, academic researchers, and
    design team managers.

    Themes in 2006: Design Above RTL, Supporting "Super-Sized"
    Designs and Impact of Programmable Devices and Platforms

    We solicit papers and proposals for special/panel sessions that shed
    light on the methodologies used for real current and future chip and
    system designs. Topics include but are not limited to:
    Best practices and experiences
    Domain-specific methodologies: SOC, analog / mixed-signal, RF
    Metrics
    Cost, time-to-market, productivity
    Flow integration/optimization
    Scaling and migration
    Scaling to "Super Size"
    Co-evolution of methodology and process technology
    Human issues
    Large/distributed design teams
    Training and education
    Manufacturing integration
    Process/device characterization, modeling
    Domain-specific methodologies
    Functional verification
    RTL-down implementation
    HW/SW co-design
    IP reuse
    Key trends
    Future methodology needs and concepts
    Impact of design-manufacturing interface
    Process advances and multi-technology integration
    New tool/algorithms
    Interoperability
    Impact of the web, licensing models, and platforms

    PAPER SUBMISSION
    Unpublished workshop notes will be distributed to attendees. All papers
    must be submitted electronically through the website or by email to
    . Authors should submit full-length, original and
    unpublished papers (maximum 20 pages in single-column double spaced
    format, or 6 pages in double-column conference proceedings format)
    along with author contact information. Proposals for special and
    panel sessions may also be submitted; a 1-page description along with
    organizer contact information is required.

    IMPORTANT DATES

    Submission Deadline March 05, 2006
    On-site registration April 12, 2006

    ORGANIZATION
    General Chair: John Lillis (UIC)
    Program Chair: Bhanu Kapoor (Atrenta)
    Publications Chair: Kumar Venkatramani (SoftJin)
    WebMaster: Steve Grout
    Sponsors: IEEE DATC and CS.

    Program Committee:

    Michael Bohm (AccelChip)
    Elaheh Bozorgzadeh (UCI)
    Juan-Antonio Carballo (IBM)
    Arpana Dey (Cadence)
    Steve Grout
    Bill Halpin (Synplicity)
    Dwight Hill (Synopsys)
    Takahide Inoue (STARC)
    Andrew B. Kahng (UCSD)
    Bhanu Kapoor (Atrenta)
    John Lillis (UIC)
    José Augusto Lima (Univ. Of Minho)
    Patrick Madden (Binghamton)
    Gabe Moretti (EDN)
    Naresh Sehgal (Intel)
    Sandeep Shukla (Virginia Tech)
    Gary Smith (Gartner/Dataquest)
    Kumar Venkatramani (SoftJin)
    , Feb 23, 2006
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