CFP: DATICS 2008 - Design, Analysis and Tools for Integrated Circuits and Systems

Special session: Design, Analysis and Tools for Integrated Circuits
and Systems
July 22-24, 2008 (Crete Island, Greece)
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Aims and Scope
The main target of the Special Session: DATICS 2008 of the WSEAS CSCC
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is to bring
together software/hardware
engineering researchers, computer scientists, practitioners and people
from industry to
exchange theories, ideas, techniques and experiences related to all
areas of design, analysis and
tools for integrated circuits (e.g. digital, analog and mixed-signal
circuits) and
systems (e.g. real-time, hybrid and embedded systems).
The special session also focuses on the field of formal methods and
low power design methodologies for integrated circuits.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
* digital, analog, mixed-signal designs and test
RF design and test
* design-for-testability and built-in self test methodologies
reconfigurable system design
* high-level synthesis
EDA tools for design, testing and verification
* low power design methodologies
network and system on-a-chip
* application-specific SoCs
specification languages: SystemC, SystemVerilog and UML
* all areas of modelling, simulation and verification
formal methods and formalisms (e.g. process algebras, petri-nets,
automaton theory and BDDs)
* real-time, hybrid and embedded systems
software engineering (including real-time Java, real-time UML and
performance metrics)
Industrial Collaborators:
DATICS 2008 is partnered with:
* CEOL: Centre for Efficiency-Oriented Languages "Towards improved
software timing",
University College Cork, Ireland (
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* International Software and Productivity Engineering Institute, USA
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* Intelligent Support Ltd., United Kingdom
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* Solari, Hong Kong (
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* Minteos, Italy
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* M.O.S.T., Italy
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Technical Program Committee:
* Prof. Vladimir Hahanov, Kharkov National University of Radio
Electronics, Ukraine
Prof. Paolo Prinetto, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
* Prof. Alberto Macii, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Prof. Joongho Choi, University of Seoul, South Korea
* Prof. Wei Li, Fudan University, China
Prof. Michel Schellekens, University College Cork, Ireland
* Prof. Franco Fummi, University of Verona, Italy
Prof. Jun-Dong Cho, Sung Kyun Kwan University, South Korea
* Dr. Emanuel Popovici, University College Cork, Ireland
Dr. Jong-Kug Seon, Telemetrics Lab., LG Industrial Systems Co. Ltd.,
South Korea
* Dr. Umberto Rossi, STMicroelectronics, Italy
Dr. Graziano Pravadelli, University of Verona, Italy
* Dr. Vladimir Pavlov, International Software and Productivity
Engineering Institute, USA
Dr. Jinfeng Huang, Philips & LiteOn Digital Solutions Netherlands,
Advanced Research Centre,
The Netherlands
* Dr. Thierry Vallee, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro,
Georgia, USA
Dr. Menouer Boubekeur, University College Cork, Ireland
* Dr. Ana Sokolova, University of Salzburg, Austria
Dr. Sergio Almerares, STMicroelectronics, Italy
* Ajay Patel (Director), Intelligent Support Ltd, United Kingdom
Monica Donno (Director), Minteos, Italy
* Alessandro Carlo (Manager), Research and Development Centre of FIAT,
Yui Fai Lam (Manager), Microsystems Packaging Institute, Hong Kong
University of
Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Important Dates
March 31, 2008: Deadline for submission of completed papers
May 1, 2008: Notification of acceptance/rejection to authors
Please visit our web-site for further information on the hosting
conference of DATICS,
submission guidelines, proceedings and publications and international
technical reviewers.
Best regards,
General Chair of DATICS: Dr. K.L. Man (University College Cork,
Organising Committee Chair: Miss Maria O'Keeffe (University College
Cork, Ireland)
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