You will find more conference pictures in the DATE Gallery.
Björn Brandenburg Ph.D. (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, US)
“Scheduling and Locking in Multiprocessor Real-Time Operating Systems”
Dr. Guangyu Sun (Peking University, Beijing, CN)
“Exploring Memory Hierarchy Design with Emerging Memory Technologies"
Dr. Rani S. Ghaida (UCLA, Los Angeles, US)
“Design Enablement and Design-Centric Assessment of Future Semiconductor Technologies"
Dr. Xiao Liu (The Chinese University of Hongkong, HK)
“Trace-Based Post-Silicon Validation for VLSI Circuits"
Each year the Design, Automation and Test in Europe Conference presents awards to the authors of the best papers. The selection is performed by an award committee, based on the results of the reviewing process, the quality of the final paper, and (until DATE 2012) the quality of the presentation. You will find pictures of the awardees in the DATE Gallery.
DATE 2014 will take place again at the ICC in Dresden, Germany March 24-28, 2014. The preliminary Call for papers is now availabe for download here (PDF, 144 kB).
In this guide you will find listings of exhibitors contact details and their products being demonstrated on the exhibition floor, as well as a complete program of the Exhibition Theatre. The classified product finder will help you locate the right solution within the show; maps and plans of Alpexpo and the exhibition hall will also help you to get around.
Free entry to Keynote Sessions, Exhibition Theatre & Special Events!
Download the DATE 2013 Event Guide here (PDF, 1.5 MB)!
DATE 2013 opens doors on March 18 at Alpexpo in Grenoble, France
With High-Performance Low-Power Computing and Electronic Technologies for Smart Cities, the conference program will highlight areas bringing new challenges to the system-design community as well as domains with crucial impact on the future society.
The conference will be opened by plenary keynote speakers Dr. Benedetto Vigna, Vice President of STMicroelectronics, who will give a presentation addressing ‘Smart Systems for the Internet of Things’, and prof. Massoud Pedram from the University of Southern California, who will talk on ‘Creating a Sustainable Information and Communication Infrastructure’.
The full program including Monday Tutorial - March 18 -, Regular Conference - March 19-21 -, and Friday Workshops - March 22 - is available at:
Energy-efficiency has played a key role in our lives thus allowing the emergence of new products such as mobile phones and digital TV and all other kinds of consumer products. The computing part determines the effectiveness of many, if not all, of these products. The main indicator of that effectiveness is energy-efficiency, i.e. having higher performance while lowering power consumption.
The environmental pressure is generating stringent constraints on computing systems where energy-efficiency needs to be improved by a factor 50 in the next five years. To reach this goal, system and architecture solutions need to be aligned with circuit and fabrication process solutions.
This special day brings together key actors from system, architecture, circuit and fabrication technologies to explore strategies for high-performance low-power computing.
Find the Special Day Sessions here.
Information and communication technologies, and in particular electronic technologies are the key enablers of the concept of smart city. Research and development activities on different components of a smart city are proliferating, and so are the funding initiatives at the national and international levels.
This Special Day features several technical sessions addressing different aspects of a smart city, ranging from Smart Grid and Buildings to Smart Data Centers, from Smart Health to Smart Mobility. The presentation of the most recent advances in the field of electronic solutions for smart cities is paired by a panel discussion on what are the implications in terms of research directions and policies that the broad theme of smart city can have on the electronic design community.
Find the Special Day Sessions here.
Leuven, Belgium, February 1, 2013 – The EDAA Lifetime Achievement Award 2013 goes to Peter Marwedel.
The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to individuals who made outstanding contributions to the state of the art in electronic design, automation and testing of electronic systems in their life. In order to be eligible, candidates must have made innovative contributions which had an impact on the way electronic systems are being designed.
Past recipients are: Kurt ANTREICH (2003), Hugo DE MAN (2004), Jochen JESS (2005), Robert BRAYTON (2006), Tom W. WILLIAMS (2007), Ernest S. KUH (2008), Jan M. RABAEY (2009), Daniel D. GAJSKI (2010), Melvin A. BREUER (2011) and Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli (2012).
The Award will be presented at the plenary session of the 2013 DATE Conference, to be held 18-22 March in Grenoble, France (http:///www.date-conference.com).
|D, A, T and E papers||Sunday, September 09, 2012 23:59:59 CET|
|Special Session proposals||Sunday, September 09, 2012 23:59:59 CET|
|Tutorial proposals||Sunday, September 09, 2012 23:59:59 CET|
|Friday Workshop proposals||Sunday, September 09, 2012 23:59:59 CET|
|Exhibition Theatre||Monday, October 22, 2012|
|PhD Forum||Monday, November 05, 2012|
|Notification of acceptance||Friday, November 16, 2012|
|Camera-ready paper due date||Sunday, December 16, 2012|
|University Booth proposals||Monday, January 21, 2013|