Invitation to Register in ISQED04

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  1. INFO

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    5th IEEE International Symposium on

    QUALITY ELECTRONIC DESIGN

    March 22-24, 2004
    DoubleTree Hotel, San Jose, CA, USA

    http://www.isqed.org

    You are cordially invited to register in ISQED04, the leading international
    conference dealing with the design for manufacturability and quality issues
    front-to-back. The conference spans three days, Monday through Wednesday,
    in three parallel tracks, hosting near 100 technical presentations, six
    keynote speakers, two panel discussions, workshops /tutorials and other
    informal meetings. We encourage you to register in advance to take
    advantage of the discounted registration fee.

    REGISTRATION
    ------------
    Please refer to ISQED web site at www.isqed.org for information regarding
    the tutorials, conference, tutorials, and hotel registration. Direct all
    conference inquiries to . Early registration is recommended
    to take advantage of the discounted registration fee.


    CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
    =====================

    TUTORIALS/WORKSHOPS
    -------------------
    ISQED 2004 offers a single full-day tutorial track focusing on a range of
    critical issues in circuit design at sub-100nm CMOS. We are pleased to have
    five noted experts in their respective fields (Manufacturability,
    Variability/Uncertainty, Advanced Devices, Low-Power Design, and
    Interconnect Modeling/Analysis) to present the latest research in these
    compelling areas as follows:

    Nanometer-Scale CMOS Devices
    Kerry Bernstein, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
    Interconnect Modeling
    Professor Jeff Davis, Georgia Tech
    Manufacturability
    Professor Andrew B. Kahng, University of California, San Diego
    Low-Power Design
    Professor Kaushik Roy, Purdue University
    Coping with Uncertainty
    Nagib Hakim, Intel Corporation


    PLENARY SESSIONS
    ----------------
    Two plenary sessions will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Six
    industry & academia leaders will discuss the issues surrounding
    manufacturability and electronic design from various points of view. Plenary
    keynote speakers are:

    John Chilton, Sr. VP and General Manager, Synopsys, Inc.
    Marc Levitt, VP and General Manager, Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
    Larry Bock, CEO, Nanosys Inc.
    Hiroto Yasuura , System Research Center, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
    Pierre G. Paulin, Director, SoC Platform Automation, STMicroelectronics,
    Canada
    Krishna Saraswat, Rickey/Nielsen Professor of Engineering, Stanford
    University



    PANEL DISCUSSIONS
    -----------------
    ISQED is pleased to offer two high-power evening panel discussion sessions,
    where many leading experts, address the important issue of quality design.
    These panels would focus on the following topics:

    1 DFM PDK's: Where do they belong to?
    Are Process Design Kit (PDKs) the answer for modern Design For Manufacturing
    (DFM)?

    2 IP Industry: Nordstrom or K-Mart?
    The Trend Toward Tighter Relationships Between Suppliers and Users


    LUNCHEON SPEECH
    ---------------
    The IP Quality Revolution
    Michael Keating, Synopsys


    TECHNICAL SESSIONS
    ------------------
    ISQED Technical sessions start on Tuesday March 23, and continue until the
    afternoon of Wednesday, March 24. Besides the above plenary sessions, panel
    discussions, and workshops, the program consists of seventeen technical
    sessions, featuring up to 80 papers on various challenging topics related
    to design for manufacturability and quality. A list of topics includes:

    v EDA Tools & IP Blocks; Interoperability and Implications (EDA)
    v Design for Manufacturability & Quality (DFMQ)
    v Design Verification and Design for Testability (DVFT)
    v Package - IC Design Interactions & Co-Design (PDI)
    v Robust Device, Interconnect, and Circuits (RDIC)
    v Physical Design, Methodologies & Tools (PDM)
    v Effects of Technology on IC Design, Performance, Reliability, and
    Yield (TRD)

    REGISTRATION
    ------------
    Please refer to ISQED web site at www.isqed.org for information regarding
    the tutorials, conference, tutorials, and hotel registration. Direct all
    conference inquiries to . Early registration is recommended
    to take advantage of the discounted registration fee.



    About ISQED
    -----------
    The International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED), is a
    premier Design & Design Automation conference, aimed at bridging the gap
    between and integration of, electronic design tools and processes,
    integrated circuit technologies, processes & manufacturing, to achieve
    design quality. ISQED is the pioneer and leading conference dealing with
    design for manufacturability and quality issues front-to-back. The
    conference provides a forum to present and exchange ideas and to promote the
    research, development, and application of design techniques & methods,
    design processes, and EDA design methodologies and tools that address issues
    which impact the quality of the realization of designs into physical
    integrated circuits. The conference attendees are primarily designers of the
    VLSI circuits & systems (IP & SoC), those involved in the research,
    development, and application of EDA/CAD Tools & design flows, process/device
    technologists, and semiconductor manufacturing specialists including
    equipment vendors. ISQED emphasizes a holistic approach toward design
    quality and intends to highlight and accelerate cooperation among the IC
    Design, EDA, Semiconductor Process Technology and Manufacturing communities.
    INFO, Feb 19, 2004
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