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Conference Registration

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DSD’2005 Tutorial Day

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Invitation Letters

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DSD conference

 

The Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design (DSD) addresses all aspects of (embedded) digital and mixed hardware/software system engineering.

           It is a discussion forum for researchers and engineers working on state-of-the-art investigations, development, and applications.

 It focuses on advanced system, design, and design automation concepts, paradigms, methods and tools, as well as, modern implementation technologies that enable effective and efficient development of high-quality (embedded) systems for important and demanding applications in fields such as (wireless) communication and networking; measurement and instrumentation; health-care and medicine; military, space, avionic and automotive systems; security; multi-media and ambient intelligence.

 

Special sessions:

SS1.                                                        Wireless Sensor Network Systems PDF

SS2.                                                        Dependability and Testing of Digital Systems PDF

SS3.                                                        Remote Educational Tools for Design and Testing  PDF

The main areas of interest are the following:

T1.  Systems-on-a-chip/in-a-package: generic system platforms and platform-based design; network on chip; multi-processors; system on re-configurable chip; system FPGAs and structured ASICs; rapid prototyping; asynchronous systems; power, energy, timing, predictability and other quality issues; intellectual property, virtual components and design reuse.

T2.  Programmable/re-configurable architectures: processor, communication, memory and software architectures with focus on application specific and/or embedded computing, co-processors; processing arrays; programmable fabrics; embedded software; arithmetic, logic and special-operator units.

T3.  System, hardware and embedded software specification, modeling and validation: design languages; functional, structural and parametric specification and modeling; simulation, emulation, prototyping, and testing at the system, register-transfer, logic and physical levels; co-simulation and co-verification.

T4.  System, hardware and embedded software synthesis: system, hardware/software and embedded software synthesis; behavioral, register-transfer, logic and physical circuit synthesis; multi-objective optimization observing power, performance, communication, interconnections, layout, technology, reliability, robustness, security, testability and other issues; (dynamic) management of computational resources, power, energy etc.; design environments for embedded systems and re-configurable computing.

T5.  Emerging technologies, system paradigms and design methodologies: optical, bio, nano and quantum technologies and computing; self-organizing and self-adapting (wireless) systems; wireless sensor networks; ambient intelligence and augmented reality; ubiquitous, wearable and implanted systems; deep sub-micron design issues.

T6.  Applications of (embedded) digital systems with emphasis on demanding and new applications in fields such as: (wireless) communication and networking; measurement and instrumentation; health-care and medicine; military, space, avionic and automotive systems; security; multi-media, instrumentation and ambient intelligence; health-care and medicine; military, space, avionic and automotive systems; security; multi-media and ambient intelligence.