Welcome to the DATE 2021 Website

DATE 2021 became a virtual conference due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic (click here for more details)

Taking into consideration the continued erratic development of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic and the accompanying restrictions of worldwide travelling as well as the safety and health of the DATE community, the Organizing Committees decided to host DATE 2021 as a virtual conference in early February 2021. Unfortunately, the current situation does not allow a face-to-face conference in Grenoble, France.

The Organizing Committees are working intensively to create a virtual conference that gives as much of a real conference atmosphere as possible.

Keynotes

K.1 Opening Keynote: QUANTUM SUPREMACY USING A PROGRAMMABLE SUPERCONDUCTING PROCESSOR

Start
Tue, 07:50
John Martinis

John Martinis, Google, UCSB and Quantala, United States

Abstract

The promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor. A fundamental challenge is to build a high-fidelity processor capable of running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space. Here we report the use of a processor with programmable superconducting qubits to create quantum states on 53 qubits, corresponding to a computational state-space of dimension 2^53 (about 10^16). Measurements from repeated experiments sample the resulting probability distribution, which we verify using classical simulations. Our Sycamore processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of a quantum circuit a million times—our benchmarks currently indicate that the equivalent task for a state-of-the-art classical supercomputer would take approximately 10,000 years. This dramatic increase in speed compared to all known classical algorithms is an experimental realization of quantum supremacy for this specific computational task, heralding a much-anticipated computing paradigm.

Bio

John Martinis did pioneering experiments in superconducting qubits in the mid 1980’s for his PhD thesis. He has worked on a variety of low temperature device physics during his career, focusing on quantum computation since the late 1990s. He was awarded the London Prize in Low temperature physics in 2014 for his work in this field. From 2014 to 2020 he worked at Google to build a useful quantum computer, culminating in a quantum supremacy experiment in 2019.

K.2 Opening Keynote: Superconducting Quantum Materials and Systems (SQMS) – a new DOE National Quantum Information Science Research Center

Start
Tue, 15:00
Anna Grassellino

Anna Grassellino, National Quantum Information Science Superconducting Quantum Materials and Systems Center, Fermilab, United States

Abstract

In this talk I will describe the mission, goals and the partnership strengths of the new US National Quantum Information Research Center SQMS. SQMS brings the power of DOE laboratories, together with industry, academia and other federal entities, to achieve transformational advances in the major cross-cutting challenge of understanding and eliminating the decoherence mechanisms in superconducting 2D and 3D devices, with the final goal of enabling construction and deployment of superior quantum systems for computing and sensing. SQMS combines the strengths of an array of experts and world-class facilities towards these common goals.

Materials science experts will work in understanding and mitigating the key limiting mechanisms of coherence in the quantum regime.  Coherence time is the limit on how long a qubit can retain its quantum state before that state is ruined by noise. It is critical to advancing quantum computing, sensing and communication. SQMS is leading the way in extending coherence time of superconducting quantum systems thanks to world-class materials science and through the world leading expertise in superconducting RF cavities which are integrated with industry-designed and -fabricated computer chips.

Leveraging new understanding from the materials development, quantum device and quantum computing researchers will pursue device integration and quantum controls development for 2-D and 3-D superconducting architectures. One of the ambitious goals of SQMS is to build and deploy a beyond-state-of-the-art quantum computer based on superconducting technologies. Its unique high connectivity will provide unprecedented opportunity to explore novel quantum algorithms. SQMS researchers will ultimately build quantum computer prototypes based on 2-D and 3-D architectures, enabling new quantum simulation for science applications.

Bio

Anna Grassellino is the Director of the National Quantum Information Science Superconducting Quantum Materials and Systems Center, a Fermilab Senior Scientist and the head of the Fermilab SQMS division. Her research focuses on radio frequency superconductivity, in particular on understanding and improving SRF cavities performance to enable new applications spanning from particle accelerators to detectors to quantum information science. Grassellino is a fellow of the American Physical Society, and the recipient of numerous awards for her pioneering contributions to SRF technology, including the 2017 Presidential Early Career Award, the 2017 Frank Sacherer Prize of the European Physical Society, the 2016 IEEE PAST Award, the 2016 USPAS prize and a $2.5 million DOE Early Career Award. She holds a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s of electronic engineering from the University of Pisa, Italy.

K.3 Keynote: SUSTAINABLE HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING VIA DOMAIN-SPECIFIC ACCELERATORS

Start
Tue, 10:20
William J. Dally

William J. Dally, Stanford University and NVIDIA, United States

Abstract

High-Performance computers require continued scaling of performance and efficiency to handle more demanding applications and scales. With the end of Moore’s Law and Dennard Scaling, continued performance scaling will come primarily from specialization. Specialized hardware engines can achieve performance and efficiency from 10x to 10,000x a CPU through specialization, parallelism, and optimized memory access. Graphics processing units are an ideal platform on which to build domain-specific accelerators. They provide very efficient, high performance communication and memory subsystems - which are needed by all domains. Specialization is provided via “cores”, such as tensor cores that accelerate deep learning or ray-tracing cores that accelerate specific applications.

Bio

Bill is Chief Scientist and Senior Vice President of Research at NVIDIA Corporation and a Professor (Research) and former chair of Computer Science at Stanford University. Bill is currently working on developing hardware and software to accelerate demanding applications including machine learning, bioinformatics, and logical inference. He has a history of designing innovative and efficient experimental computing systems. While at Bell Labs Bill contributed to the BELLMAC32 microprocessor and designed the MARS hardware accelerator. At Caltech he designed the MOSSIM Simulation Engine and the Torus Routing Chip which pioneered wormhole routing and virtual-channel flow control. At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology his group built the J-Machine and the M-Machine, experimental parallel computer systems that pioneered the separation of mechanisms from programming models and demonstrated very low overhead synchronization and communication mechanisms. At Stanford University his group developed the Imagine processor, which introduced the concepts of stream processing and partitioned register organizations, the Merrimac supercomputer, which led to GPU computing, and the ELM low-power processor. Bill is a Member of the National Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of the IEEE, a Fellow of the ACM, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has received the ACM Eckert-Mauchly Award, the IEEE Seymour Cray Award, the ACM Maurice Wilkes award, the IEEE-CS Charles Babbage Award, and the IPSJ FUNAI Achievement Award. He currently leads projects on computer architecture, network architecture, circuit design, and programming systems. He has published over 250 papers in these areas, holds over 160 issued patents, and is an author of the textbooks, Digital Design: A Systems Approach, Digital Systems Engineering, and Principles and Practices of Interconnection Networks.

K.4 Keynote: Cyber-Physical Systems for Industry 4.0: An Industrial Perspective

Start
Wed, 15:00

Philippe Magarshack, STMicroelectronics, France

Philippe Magarshack, STMicroelectronics, France
Bio

Since 2016, Philippe Magarshack is MDG Group Vice President at ST Microelectronics, in charge of Microcontrollers and Digital ICs Group (MDG) Strategy, Technology & System Architecture. Magarshack was President of the Minalogic Collaborative R&D Cluster in Grenoble France, from 2014 to 2020. In 2012, he was VP for Design Enablement & Services, with a focus on the 28nm FD-SOI design ecosystem, and then during 2015, CTO of the Embedded Processing Solutions. In 2005, Magarshack was appointed Group VP and GM of ST’s Central CAD and Design Solutions for technologies ranging from CMOS to BICMOS and embedded NVM.

In 1994, Magarshack joined the Central R&D Group of SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics (now STMicroelectronics), where he held several roles in CAD and Libraries management for advanced integrated-circuit manufacturing processes. From 1985 to 1989, Magarshack worked as a microprocessor designer at AT&T Bell Labs in the USA. Magarshack graduated with an engineering degree in Physics from Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France, and with an Electronics Engineering degree from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications in Paris, France.

K.5 Keynote: AUTONOMY: ONE STEP BEYOND ON COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Start
Thu, 15:00
Pascal Traverse, Airbus, FR

Pascal Traverse, Airbus, France

Abstract

Autonomy is in the air: on one hand, automation is clearly a lever to improve safety margins; on another hand technologies are maturing, pulled by the automotive market. In this context, Airbus is building a concept airplane from a blank sheet with the objective to improve human-machine teaming for better overall performance. Foundation of this new concept is that when they are made aware of the “big picture” with enough time to analyze it, humans are still the best to make strategic decisions. Autonomy technologies are the main enabler of this concept. Benefit are expected both in a two-crew cockpit and eventually in Single Pilot Operations.

Bio

Pascal Traverse is General Manager for the Autonomy “fast track” at Airbus. Autonomy is a top technical focus area for Airbus. The General Manager creates a vision, coordinates R&T activities with the objective to accelerate the increase of knowledge in Airbus. Before his nomination last year, Pascal was coordinating Airbus Commercial R&T activities related to the cockpit and flight operations. Earlier in his carrier, Pascal participated in the A320/A330/A340/A380 Fly-by-Wire developments, certification harmonization with FAA and EASA, management of Airbus safety activities and even of qualities activities in the A380 Final Assembly Line. Pascal has Master and Doctorate’s degrees in embedded systems from N7, conducted research in LAAS and UCLA and is a 3AF Fellow.

K.6 Embedded Keynote: Privacy this unknown - The new design dimension of computing architecture

Start
Thu, 07:00
Mauro Conti

Mauro Conti, University of Padua, Italy

Abstract

The Security is often presented as being based on the CIA triad, where the “C” actually stands for Confidentiality. Indeed, in many human activities we like to keep some(things) confidential, or “private”; this is particularly true when these activities are done in the cyber world where a lot of our private data are transmitted, processed, and stored.

In this talk, we will first introduce the concept of privacy, and then see how this is interlaced with two important research threads. First we’ll discuss how computer architectures and particularly “trusted components” in processors could be helpful to protect privacy, allowing us to trust remote systems. Finally, we’ll discuss the issues of side-channels (in a broad sense, not only in processors) that could lead to leak of private information.

Bio

Mauro Conti is Full Professor at the University of Padua, Italy. He is also affiliated with TU Delft and University of Washington, Seattle. He obtained his Ph.D. from Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, in 2009. After his Ph.D., he was a Post-Doc Researcher at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In 2011 he joined as Assistant Professor the University of Padua, where he became Associate Professor in 2015, and Full Professor in 2018. He has been Visiting Researcher at GMU, UCLA, UCI, TU Darmstadt, UF, and FIU. He has been awarded with a Marie Curie Fellowship (2012) by the European Commission, and with a Fellowship by the German DAAD (2013). His research is also funded by companies, including Cisco, Intel, and Huawei. His main research interest is in the area of Security and Privacy. In this area, he published more than 350 papers in topmost international peer-reviewed journals and conference. He is Area Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, and Associate Editor for several journals, including IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, and IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management. He was Program Chair for TRUST 2015, ICISS 2016, WiSec 2017, ACNS 2020, and General Chair for SecureComm 2012 and ACM SACMAT 2013. He is Senior Member of the IEEE and ACM. He is a member of the Blockchain Expert Panel of the Italian Government.

Tue, 5 Jan 2021 17:29

Authors' Guidelines for Audio-Visual Presentation

This document describes the guidelines to prepare and present audio-visual materials at DATE. Please read all instructions carefully and follow them strictly to maintain the highest possible standards. Even experienced speakers should read the following paragraphs, as they cover several problems that have arisen over the years.

General Instructions for …

… Oral Presentations

Presentation Submission

The virtual DATE 2021 conference format is a mixture of pre-recorded presentations and live Q&A sessions. Kindly adhere to the given presentation time limits when preparing your presentation video file to ensure a smooth conference programme implementation.

Recorded presentations may be uploaded here. The access data were sent to the speaker of your paper submission via email. If no speaker has been assigned yet, the email was sent to the first author of the paper submission. Please contact us at date-registrationatkitdresden [dot] de, if no access data for your presentation upload were received.

Upload Deadline: Friday, 15 January 2021 23:59:59 AoE The deadline has been extended to Friday, 22 January 2021 (AoE).

To enable the A/V staff to handle the technical aspects in an efficient way, all presentations should be prepared according to the General Instructions for Preparing A/V Material. It is essential that the correct format is used.

If you already uploaded a video file but would like to make any changes to your presentation, please contact the Conference Organisation at date-registrationatkitdresden [dot] de

At the Conference

During each session the pre-recorded presentation will be started by the session chair and is then followed by a live Q&A discussion. Please make sure that you connect to the virtual DATE 2021 platform in time so you are available at the time of your session, and thus presentation, is scheduled to start.

A/V staff ensures that all video files that meet the format requirements and have been uploaded within the given deadline play properly on the virtual DATE 2021 platform.

In case you are holding a live presentation (e.g., for a Monday Tutorial, Friday Workshop or Exhibition Theatre) you may do so by simply sharing your screen in the virtual meeting room. Please adhere to instructions given by session chairs and organisers.

… Preparing A/V Material

When preparing your AV material, keep the time limit for your presentation in mind (10 minutes at most for technical paper presentations). To make your visual presentation a success, it needs to be well planned to clearly point out the important results of your research. The audience will appreciate your talk only if your material is visible and legible. They will remember your talk far better and read your paper if you can manage to communicate at least two important facts within your presentation timeslot. Please consider that the audience will need at least a minute to understand each technical slide.

The first slide should contain the title of your paper and the author names, your affiliations and your company, university or funding logo (if applicable). This will be the only page where logos are permitted.

Keep your material simple and uncluttered. Program listings and very long equations should be avoided. Tables should be represented graphically, wherever possible. Do not use the valuable space on your slides for large company logos and other elements that do not help in motivation or understanding your work. Duplicates of slides should only be produced in case the same information is needed twice.

Presentation Format

The presentation video to be uploaded should meet the following technical requirements:

File type: MP4 H.264
Data transmission: max. 3 Mbit/s
Resolution: between 1280x720 and 1920x1080 px
Aspect ratio: 16:9 (landscape format)
Length: max. 10 minutes

Please limit the file size to less than 1 GB to minimize problems with storage and access speed that can result in a distorted or incomplete presentation.

To speed up your start, we provide a PowerPoint template presentation. You are encouraged to use this template to prepare your presentation. Press here to download the PowerPoint file.

IP authors are kindly asked to refer to the specific presentation format requirements for IP presentations.

Presentation Upload

Please record your presentation and upload it here. The access data were sent to the speaker of your paper submission via email. If no speaker has been assigned yet, the email was sent to the first author of the paper submission. Please contact us at date-registrationatkitdresden [dot] de if no access data for your presentation upload were received.

You are requested to upload your presentation until Friday, 15 January 2021 23:59:59 AoE The deadline has been extended to Friday, 22 January 2021 (AoE).

All DATE 2021 speakers are kindly asked to upload a speaker bio along with their presentation for proper introduction by the session chair before the presentation. You can download the form here. When uploading your video file and speaker bio, you will be asked to enter the following data. Please make sure you have the information at hand when starting the upload.

  • Paper ID**
  • Title of presentation**
  • Session ID*
  • First name**
  • Last Name**
  • Contact email address**
  • Video file or download link to video file
  • Speaker Bio

* You received this information via email with the access data to this platform. Alternatively, you may find the session ID again in the detailed programme on the DATE 2021 website.
**Please make sure you indicate the same information as you did in SoftConf.

Fonts

Please use high contrast lettering and fonts with a minimum size of 16pt and high contrast layouts like light text on dark colours.

Please make sure that also index expressions are clearly visible and use an appropriate font size.

Colours

Colour should be used carefully and colour combinations resulting in a low contrast (e.g. dark blue on black) should be avoided. Be aware that the contrast of your computer monitor may differ from other monitors.

Try to use only colours that convert for black and white printing. The distinction between blue and black for text and thin lines is especially weak. Red filled-in objects (circles, rectangles, etc.) with white text are well-suited for highlighting important text.

Further Instructions for…

… Session Chairs and Co-Chairs

Quick Checklist

  • If needed, get a PowerPoint template here.
  • Please make sure that you connect to the virtual DATE 2021 platform in time so you are available at the time your session is scheduled to start.
  • Guidelines on how to chair a session on the virtual DATE 2021 platform are available here.
  • Rehearsals on the virtual DATE 2021 platform for session (co-) chairs will be scheduled in the end of January 2021. Detailed information were sent via email.
  • Session (co-) chairs are responsible for checking the uploaded presentations for their corresponding sessions in advance. Detailed information and access data to the upload platform will be sent via email.

Session Chairs

The main task of a session chair is to run the session. Please make sure to run your session within the given time frame. Each session is scheduled for 50 minutes. All technical sessions cover three regular papers and up to three short IP talks. Each regular paper receives a 15-minute time slot which consists of the pre-recorded presentation (10 minutes) and a 5-minute Q&A discussion. Session chairs are responsible to check all uploaded presentations of their corresponding session in advance of the conference (detailed information will be sent via email) and to run the pre-recorded presentation from their computers during the live session. At least one speaker per presentation must be connected live for the presentation and discussion part. Session chairs are asked to shortly introduce the speaker, speakers have been asked to upload a speaker bio, and to moderate the Q&A discussion by organising questions from the session chat and ask the speaker accordingly. Make sure to keep the timing of your session in mind, i.e. indicate when it is time to stop the discussion. Long discussions have to be done individually via chat or otherwise.

If there are Interactive Presentations assigned to your session, please provide a 1-minute time slot to each of them according to the session schedule.

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Session Co-Chairs

The main task of a session co-chair is to support the session moderator and to handle unexpected situations. You are requested to handle A/V problems (in correspondence with session support), keep the timing of the session in mind and support the chair in moderating the Q&A slots. Please replace the missing session chair in case he/she is not present due to unexpected circumstances.

For further information, please have a look at the guidelines for your appropriate session below.

… Organisers of Executive and Panel Sessions

Quick Checklist

If you are also the chair or co-chair of your session, please have a look at the Instructions for Session Chairs and Co-Chairs.

… Speakers in Executive and Panel Sessions

Quick Checklist

… Speakers in Regular, Embedded Tutorial and Hot-Topic Sessions (Long and Short Presentations)

Quick Checklist

  • Carefully read the information provided in the "General Instructions for Oral Presentations" and "General Instructions for Preparing A/V Material"
  • If needed, get a PowerPoint template here and prepare your slides according to the above-mentioned guidelines.
  • Upload your presentation and speaker bio on the upload platform here.
  • Please make sure that you connect to the virtual DATE 2021 platform in time so you are available at the time your session is scheduled to start.
  • If you are not available for the time your pre-recorded presentation is shown and the subsequent Q&A discussion, your paper cannot be published in the DATE 2021 proceedings.

Presentation timeslots

The presentation timeslot is 10+5 minutes for all technical presentations, including the +time for questions. Please consider that the audience will need at least a minute to understand each technical slide. Therefore, you should prepare 10 to 15 slides for presentations at most.

… Authors of Interactive Presentations

Quick Checklist

Interactive Presentations (IP) at DATE 2021 will have two time slots for presentation:

  • The first time slot is scheduled during a regular session for a short recorded advertisement of the poster presentation being scheduled in the following IP session.
  • The second time slot is a live oral explanation given to interested audience during the interactive presentation sessions.

Advertisement talk

The first time slot is scheduled during a regular session for a short recorded advertisement of the poster presentation being scheduled in the following IP session. The timeslots for your advertisement presentation is only one minute. You are allowed to show at most two slides (cover page included) through a PowerPoint presentation, to be uploaded in mp4-format. Please upload our one-minute advertisement talk here.

Poster Presentation

The second time slot is a live oral explanation given to interested audience during the interactive presentation sessions. Each IP session runs in a 30 minute timeslot including a maximum of two IPs which are presented interactively/sequentially (15 minutes per IP) supported by a poster following the Penta Chart template. You can download the template here.

A Penta Chart provides a concise summary of a paper by displaiyng the main information needed to understand the work in a clear and easy-to-read way.The poster must be prepared in landscape format and will be used as support material during the IP session. The Penta Chart is divided into five sections.

  1. Background and motivation - State-of-the-art. What problem you are trying to solve, or what improvement you are trying to accomplish.
  2. New insights - Describe what is new about your approach. Try to address technology gaps.
  3. Description - Main objectives, concept, achievements, how it works, assumptions and limitations.
  4. Quantitative impact - What are your scientific outputs and how do these compare with existing technologies / techniques? INsert table, graph etc.
  5. Summar and conclusion - Conclusion. Final result of your work. Where is this leading, and what are the next steps?

Be ready to share your screen with your Penta Chart during the IP session. Therefore, please connect to the DATE 2021 virtual platform in time. Introduce yourself and prepare a walkthrough of the poster presentation (no longer than 5 minutes are suggested), which will act as a guided presentation for attendees. If necessary, in Power Point it is possible to zoom in to a section of a slide in a slide show view. After clicking slide show view (lower right-hand corner of your slide), you can click on the magnifying glass icon in the presenter view.

Finally, remember that the best IP award selection committee will check the quality of the presentation and of the answers during the IP sessions to make its decision.

… Speakers in Exhibition Theatre Sessions

Quick Checklist

  • The centralized presentation management system will NOT be used for Exhibition Theatre Sessions.
  • Presenters in the Exhibition Theatre may decide themselves if they wish to run a pre-recorded presentation or have a live presentation. The responsibility to run a pre-recorded presentation lies within the speaker.
  • In order to ensure the successful presentation of your presentation on the virtual conference platform, please adhere to the information provided in the "General Instructions for Oral Presentations" and "General Instructions for Preparing A/V Material"
  • If needed, get a PowerPoint template here and prepare your slides according to the above-mentioned guidelines.
  • Please make sure that you connect to the virtual DATE 2021 platform in time so you are available at the time your session is scheduled to start.
… Authors of Monday Tutorial Presentations
  • The centralized presentation management system will NOT be used for Monday Tutorials and presentations will be handled individually by each tutorial organiser. Please contact your Tutorial Organiser to get information on the organisation of your presentation.
  • Please make sure that you connect to the virtual DATE 2021 platform in time so you are available at the time your tutorial is scheduled to start.
  • Guidelines on how to implement a tutorial on the  virtual DATE 2021 platform are available here.
  • Rehearsals on the virtual DATE 2021 platform for tutorial organisers will be scheduled in the end of January 2021. Detailed information were sent via email.
… Authors of Friday Workshop Presentations
  • The centralized presentation management system will NOT be used for Friday Workshops and presentations will be handled individually by each workshop organiser. Please contact your Workshop Organiser to get information on the organisation of your presentation.
  • Please make sure that you connect to the virtual DATE 2021 platform in time so you are available at the time your workshop is scheduled to start.
  • Guidelines on how to implement a workshop on the virtual DATE 2021 platform are available here.
  • Rehearsals on the virtual DATE 2021 platform for tutorial organisers will be scheduled in the end of January 2021. Detailed information were sent via email.

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Wed, 6 Jan 2021 10:49

Career Fair – Call for Submissions

Information for Students

The Young People Program aims at bringing together Ph.D. Students and potential job seekers with recruiters from EDA and microelectronic companies. Interested jobseekers have the opportunity to present themselves through a five minutes video and through their CVs to the best workplaces in the industry. If a student raises the interest of the company, the Young People Program chairs will schedule an interview at the company booth or in dedicated interview rooms.

Eligibility

The following two classes of students are eligible:

Tue, 22 Dec 2020 22:11

Event Overview

Mon, 21 Dec 2020 09:50

DATE 2021 - Call for Papers

Submission Key Dates

The accepted papers of DATE 2021 are listed at https://www.date-conference.com/accepted.

Submission Instructions Deadline
Camera-ready paper due date Wednesday, 09 December 2020 23:59:59 AoE Monday, 14 December 2020 23:59:59
Young People Program: Student preregistration is closing Friday, 15 January 2021 23:59:59 AoE
Young People Program: Student final upload date Friday, 22 January 2021 23:59:59 AoE
Young People Program: Company final submission date Monday, 18 January 2021 23:59:59 AoE

Kindly note that all deadlines are strict and no extensions can be given.

Fri, 20 Nov 2020 13:27

Exhibition

The vibrant exhibition at DATE 2018, Dresden

BASIC (Exhibitors)

  • Logo / Link (website, virtual platform)
  • Company profile (website, virtual platform)
  • Small banner (virtual platform)
  • Link to video (virtual platform)
  • Download information material (virtual platform)
  • Chat function at the booth (virtual platform)
  • Presentation in the Exhibition Theatre - if requested
  • Participation in Young People Program - if requested
  • One complimentary conference registration*

(*Please note: this complimentary conference registration includes access to all conference sessions as well as conference materials, but it does neither include access to the Monday Tutorials nor to the Friday Workshops.)

Total cost: € 2,500

Other ideas or special requests?

Tailor-made packages can be arranged to suit your special requests.

Feel free to contact us to discuss your needs and ideas.

For more details, please contact the 

Kathleen Schäfer, K.I.T. Group GmbH Dresden, DEConference Organisation - Exhibition and Sponsorship
Kathleen Schäfer, K.I.T. Group GmbH Dresden, DE
dateatkitdresden [dot] de

Mon, 27 May 2019 12:37

PhD Forum - Call for Submissions

The PhD forum is hosted by the European Design Automation Association (EDAA), the ACM Special Interest Group on Design Automation (SIGDA), and the IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA). The forum is a great opportunity for PhD students who have completed their PhD thesis within the last 12 months or who are close to complete their thesis to present their work to a broad audience in the system design and design automation community from both industry and academia. The forum may also help students to establish contacts for entering the job market. In addition, representatives from industry and academia get a glance of state-of-the-art in system design and design automation.

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