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DesignCon 2010 Call for Papers

Comments(0)Filed under: Custom IC Design, RF Design, mixed-signal, DesignCon, advanced node, mixed signal


As a member of the technical committee and as the chair member for the Analog and Mixed-Signal Design and Verification track, I would like to invite you to submit an abstract to this conference.

We solicit papers for two types of sessions: technical papers and tutorials. Technical papers, which are up to 25 pages long, address design case studies and application overviews, and are presented in forty-minute sessions. Technical sessions will be held on Tuesday-Thursday, February 2-4. Tutorials are half-day (three-hour) sessions with papers up to 50 pages long, allowing the speakers to cover their topics in greater depth and breadth. Tutorials are scheduled for Monday, February 1.

A list of suggested topics for DesignCon 2010 can be accessed at http://www.designcon.com/2010/call_for_proposals_topics.asp

The track for the Analog and Mixed-Signal Design and Verification includes the following topics:

  • Analog, mixed-signal, and RF design methodologies
  • Analog and mixed-signal simulation techniques
  • RF design and simulation
  • Design testabiliy and verification strategy
  • Coverage, metrics, and closure management
  • Power distribution & management
  • DfM/DfY, DfT/DfV for analog & mixed-signal designs

We look forward to hearing from you

Best regards,

Helene Thibieroz


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