University Booth at DATE 2016 - Final Programme


The final programme of the University Booth at DATE 2016 is available online here and for download as PDF document here.

DATE, the Design, Automation and Test Conference and Exhibition is the unique European event bringing together researchers, user and vendors as well as specialists in the design, test and manufacturing of electronic circuits and systems.

The University Booth is organized during DATE and will be located in the exhibition area at booth 15. All demonstrations will take place from Tuesday, March 15 to Thursday, March 17, 2016 during DATE. Universities and public research institutes have been invited to submit hardware or software demonstrations.

The University Booth program is composed by 49 demonstrations from 18 different countries, presenting software and hardware solutions. The program is organized in 11 sessions of 2 or 2.5 h duration and will cover these topics: 

  • 5G wireless network Prototypes
  • 3D-IC integration Prototypes
  • FD-SOI Prototypes
  • IoT Prototypes
  • Electronic Design Automation Prototypes
  • Hardware Design and Test Prototypes
  • Automotive System Prototypes
  • Secure System Prototypes

DATE university booth welcomes you at booth 15 to find out more about the latest trends in software and hardware from the international research community.

Several demonstrators will be shown more than once, giving visitors more flexibility to come to the booth and find out about the latest innovations.

We are sure that the demonstrations will give an attractive supplement to the DATE conference program and exhibition. We would like to thank all contributors to this program.

More information can be found on the DATE web site.

The final programme with detailed information on the demonstrations is available here.

See you at the University Booth!
University Booth Co-Chairs
Jens Lienig, Technical University of Dresden, DE
university-booth at date-conference [dot] com
Andreas Vörg, edacentrum GmbH, DE
university-booth at date-conference [dot] com