DATE 2012 Photo Gallery is Online


All photos from an active and lively DATE 2012 conference and exhibition are now available at https://www.date-conference.com/gallery/index.php/DATE2012.
DATE 2012 Impressions

DATE in Dresden attracted 1,400 experts to the conference plus more than 800 exhibition visitors


After DATE 2012 in Dresden closed doors last Friday, the feedback of the conference attendees, exhibition visitors and exhibitors as well as the attendance was very pleasing and motivating. DATE’s concept of choosing the vibrant European clusters Grenoble and Dresden as venues again proved to be a major success. Among the highlights were the two keynotes from Klaus Meder, President of the Automotive Electronics Division of Bosch, and Mojy Chian, Senior Vice President Design Enablement of GLOBALFOUNDRIES, the two special focus days on E-Mobility and More than Moore, the executive track and the keynote by Max Lemke, Deputy Head of Unit Embedded Systems & Control, EC.

DATE 2012 Highlights in Dresden E-Mobility and More-than-Moore in the Conference and Ecosystems in the Exhibition


Registration numbers indicate that DATE 2012, which opens doors on March 12 in Dresden, will be of outstanding attractiveness for conference delegates as well as for exhibition visitors. With E-Mobility and More-than-Moore the conference program will highlight domains with crucial impact on the future society and on the essential industry sectors in Europe in two Special Days. In the again growing exhibition the visitors will benefit from a three-day-program of panels, hot-topic-sessions, testimonials and tutorials in the Exhibition Theatre as well as from the full ecosystems of Silicon Saxony and GLOBALFOUNDRIES being showcased. Keynotes from Bosch’s Klaus Meder and GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ Mojy Chain will analyze the future of automotive and semiconductor business, Monday tutorials and Friday workshops will complete the DATE week to a unique event.

DATE: Design, Automation, Test & Embedded


From Peggy Aycinena @ EDACafe

The premier EDA conference in Europe – many say, in the world – will be in Dresden this year, starting March 12th. There’s a certain something about DATE, a unique quality and consistent energy that runs throughout this conference that really sets it apart, whether in Nice, Munich, Grenoble, or Dresden.

Now in its 15th edition, Design, Automation & Test in Europe seems to get better with each passing year – more refined, focused, and confident, and more unabashedly academic, while still offering a rich experience for exhibitors wanting to showcase their latest and greatest.

Final Programme of the University Booth at DATE 2012


We would like to announce the final programme of the University Booth at DATE 2012 in Dresden, Germany! Universities and public research institutes demonstrate their prototypes in dedicated time-slots. From Tuesday, March 13 until Thursday, March 15, 2012 you will find 55 software and hardware demonstrations dedicated to 4 technical topics in 11 sessions. Up to 10 presentations run in parallel. The presentations are from 21 different countries. More information about the programme can be found at the DATE web site (https://www.date-conference.com/exhibition/ub-programme).
The DATE organisation features the University Booth in the exhibition hall of the conference at booth 50. We are looking forward to meeting you in Dresden!

DATE 2012 Announces Growing Exhibition and Availability of Advanced Program


The full technical programme for DATE 2012, the major global event in Europe which will again push innovation in the worldwide electronics industry, is now available at: www.date-conference.com.

The DATE 2012 program is clearly focused on industrial and academic needs. It consists of 56 technical sessions and around 200 papers, plus an executive track featuring 3 sessions with industry-leading executives. The program is completed by Tutorials given by world market-leaders and key scientists.

DATE 2012 in Dresden attracts 950 submissions highlighting Embedded Systems, Applications, More-than-Moore and E-Mobility



DATE2012 again was able to continue with the very high number of submissions for its conference, thus further strengthening its worldwide leadership. "With 950 submissions we even exceeded the very good level of DATE 2011" says DATE`s General Chair Professor Wolfgang Rosenstiel. "This shows that DATE has established a sustained success story with its concept of choosing the key European semiconductor sites of Grenoble in 2011 and of Dresden in 2010 and again in 2012 as DATE venues," Professor Lothar Thiele, Program Chair of DATE 2012, adds: "The boost in submissions by 37% and 18% in the Embedded Systems Software and the Applications Track reflects the key importance of software and applications for a wealthy economy and underlines the leading role of DATE in these increasingly important fields."

DATE 2012 - Call for Papers online


DATE 2012 - Call for Papers

Dresden, Germany
March 12 - 16, 2012

Download the CfP as PDF here (PDF - 583 kB)

Submission Key Dates

Submission Deadline
D, A, T and E papers Friday, October 28, 2016 19:44:19 CET - EXTENDED
Special Session proposals __Special_Session_proposals__
Tutorial proposals __Tutorial_proposals__
Friday Workshop proposals __Friday_Workshop_proposals__
Exhibition Theatre __Exhibition_Theatre__
PhD Forum __PhD_Forum__
Notification of acceptance __Notification_of_acceptance__
Camera-ready paper due date __Camera-ready_paper_due_date__
University Booth proposals __University_Booth_proposals__

DATE 2012 - Paper submission has opened


You may now submit your papers. Please read the authors' instructions before submitting your paper.

DATE 2012 - Event Prospectus now available



Event Prospectus for the 15th DATE Conference and Exhibition, March 12-16, 2012, Dresden, Germany.

Please click here to download the Event Prospectus.

More than Moore and E-Mobility at DATE 2012 in Dresden


As DATE’s new concept of choosing the vibrant European clusters Dresden (2010) and Grenoble (2011) as new venues was a huge success and resulted in major growth especially in the Exhibition, DATE has decided to come back to Dresden for DATE 2012.

"Dresden as one of European centers for microelectronics is an ideal location for DATE 2012" said Professor Wolfgang Rosenstiel and General Chair for the next DATE. "The International Congress Center Dresden provides excellent facilities for the conference and the exhibition and is even very close to the historical centre of the famous city of Dresden."

UNIVERSITY BOOTH 2012 – Announcement, March 13-15


The University Booth at DATE is announced. Universities and public research institutes are invited to demonstrate their hardware platforms, prototypes tools and pre-commercial results. In addition, we also want to encourage R&D projects to present their outstanding solutions at the University Booth.

DATE 2012 - Final Call For Papers now available


Final Call For Papers for the 15th DATE Conference and Exhibition, March 12-16, 2012, Dresden, Germany.

Please click here to download the Final Call For Papers.

Keynote presentations are now available for download


Biologically-Inspired Massively-Parallel Architectures- computing beynod a million processors
Steve Furber, The University of Manchester

Download Presentation (PDF)

How Technology R&D Leadership Brings a Competitive Advantage in the Fields of Multimedia convergance and Power Applications
Philippe Magarshack, STMicro

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DATE exhibition attendance increases 40% - consolidating global importance


After DATE 2011 in Grenoble closed doors last Friday, it was clear to attendees, conference delegates; visitors and exhibitors, that DATE’s concept of choosing the vibrant European clusters Grenoble and Dresden as new venues is proving a major success.