BarCamp @ DATE
To present and discuss ideas and results of the ongoing scientific work, we invite researchers from the areas of electronic design automation (EDA), microelectronics and (embedded) systems design to our open BarCamp event.
Letting the participants interactively decide about the agenda, BarCamps are massively relaxing the formal event structures. With nothing but your knowledge, your interest and your willingness to learn and to discuss, you are sufficiently prepared to join any session. Having an own topic, you only need to give a two or three minutes 'session pitch' (some very introductive words about your topic) to propose your topic as a session on its own. During the sessions we interactively explain, discuss and jointly develop the topics from that point of knowledge, where everybody is. Meeting and discussing on a par with each other everyone's individual interests and work can and will benefit from the others:
The BarCamp @ DATE offers exactly this informal, open space to you! You are not only allowed to bring your colleagues, you are even invited to suggest the BarCamp to anyone who might be interested, especially to anyone, who might be helpful for your topic!
This way the BarCamp is shaped by its participants!
You can be one of them!
BarCamp @ DATE is organised by Young People Program Chairs of the DATE and is supported by the organisers of the edaBarCamp.
The Rules of a BarCamp
- Rule: You do talk about BarCamp.
- Rule: You do blog about BarCamp.
- Rule: If you want to present, you must write your topic and name in a presentation slot.
- Rule: Only three word intros.
- Rule: As many presentations at a time as facilities allow for.
- Rule: No pre-scheduled presentations, no tourists.
- Rule: Presentations will go on as long as they have to or until they run into another presentation slot.
- Rule: If this is your first time at BarCamp, you HAVE to present. (Ok, you don't really HAVE to, but try to find someone to present with, or at least ask questions and be an interactive participant.)
Before DATE conference, please send us one-liners on topic you would like to present, they will be published on this page. Spontaneous pitches are welcome. Use following email-address: young-people-programdate-conference [dot] com
We suggest following umbrella-topics:
- Technical Track : new perspectives in engineering
- technical innovations -- design problems / ideas for solutions?!
- problems, solutions, thoughts & ideas you want to share
- looking for partners, projects, collaborations
- Teaching Track : experiences, material ...
- What matters most in education for the future generation of professionals?
- Sharing best-practice
- Sharing teaching material
- Build lectures and seminars together
- How to use the power of online teaching media and lessons learnt from teaching during COVID-19 times
- Scientific Track : PhD’s, Professors & their Students ...
- sessions on ‘your personal PhD topic’
- ideas/topics for new PhD candidates
- looking for industrial use-cases
- looking for a job
- Community Track : Shaping the future of our community
- How to keep young professions in our community
- Your ideas for the future of DATE
BarCamp will find place on 01.02.2021.
09:30 – 11:30 The pitching session starts, where every attendee will introduce and do 2 minutes pitch on the topic he/she would like to present. After the pitch, voting determines the agenda.
11:30 – 12:30 lunch
12:30 – 15:30 ongoing sessions, each slot is 1h
15:30 – 16:00 coffee break
16:00 – 18:00 ongoing sessions, each slot is 1h
20:00 – 22:00 Discussion of the results
During DATE registration, please select BarCamp attendance
In order to contact the organisers, please write an email to young-people-programdate-conference [dot] com
BarCamp @ DATE is part of the Young People Program. In order to find out other DATE events for young people,
please visit www.date-conference.com/young-people-program