DAC 2011

Full Title: 
Design Automation Conference
Event Date: 
Sun, 2011-06-05 - Fri, 2011-06-10
Important dates
Paper submission date: 
Thu, 2010-11-18

With a heritage of excellence for almost half a century, DAC continues to be the premier conference devoted to Electronic Design Automation (EDA) and the application of EDA tools in designing advanced electronic systems. DAC 2010 is seeking papers that deal with tools, algorithms, and design techniques for all aspects of electronic circuit and system design. We invite submissions in the following categories: Research papers, User Track papers, "Wild and Crazy Ideas" (WACI) topic papers, suggestions for special sessions, panels, and tutorials, and proposals for workshops and colocated events. Submissions must be made electronically at the DAC website. Detailed guidelines for all categories are available on the DAC website.

Focus Areas: Apart from the core Electronic Design Automation topics, DAC specifically solicits Research papers in the areas of design automation for many-core architectures, system prototyping technology and embedded software design and debug. In addition to proposals in emerging areas, DAC invites Special Session proposals on the impact of cloud computing on design automation.

DAC 2011 will be in San Diego, June 5-10. Check back after September 1, 2010 for further updates and exciting new additions to the upcoming conference. If you’re not registered for monthly e-mail alerts of the new DAC.com Knowledge Center which includes articles, news and offerings, register now. DAC Knowledge Center registration.

Meanwhile, on the immediate horizon are some important deadlines you may want to meet:

·     DAC Research Papers Due on Nov. 18, 2010
·     User Track Papers Due on Jan. 11, 2011

Don’t forget, some of the highlights you won’t want to miss at DAC 2011 include:

  • Keynotes by industry leaders/visionaries
  • Technical Program (panels, special sessions, User Track)
  • Forums, tutorials, and workshops
  • Management Day
  • IC Design Partner pavilions and sessions
  • Hundreds of exhibit booths
  • Adjunct events
  • Colocated events
  • Awards for professionals and students

And there's much more. See you in San Diego.

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