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From: Hana Kubatova <kubatova@d...>
Subject: DSD'2007 submission deadline shift
Dear Colleague,

due to many requests from the prospective authors the Submission Deadline for DSD'2007 has been shifted.
The Important Dates are now as follows:

Submission of papers:        
March 15, 2007

Notification of acceptance: 
May 3, 2007

Camera-ready papers:
June 9, 2007

DSD'2007 Conference:
August 27 - August 31, 2007


Please follow the links to see the DSD'2007 Call for Papers and Call for Papers for each Special Session. A brief info with areas of interest follows.

DSD'2007 conference Call for Papers: http://dsd07.felk.cvut.cz/DSD2007.pdf

SS1: Resource Aware Sensor Network Systems
  http://www-md.e-technik.uni-rostock.de/ma/hm13/dsd07/cfp_SNS_DSD2007.pdf

SS2: Advanced issues of Networks-on-Chip
  http://www-md.e-technik.uni-rostock.de/ma/cc14/dsd07/cfp_NOC_DSD2007.pdf

SS3: Dependability and Testing of Digital Systems
  http://dsd07.felk.cvut.cz/test/cfp.pdf

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           Call  For  Papers

               DSD 2007
10th EUROMICRO CONFERENCE ON DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN
    Architectures, Methods and Tools

August 27 - 31, 2007, Lübeck in Germany


conference web pages:
http://dsd07.felk.cvut.cz
http://www.dsdconf.org/

Important dates:
***************
Submission of papers:                 March 15, 2007
Notification of acceptance:           May 3, 2007
Deadline for final version:             June 9, 2007
Deadline for registration:              June 9, 2007


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:
 - re-configurable system 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.

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.


The areas of interrest of special section is following:

SS1: Resource Aware Sensor Network Systems
The special session on "Resource-Aware Sensor Network Systems" addresses concepts, implementations and applications of sensor network systems, as well as, new architectural models and hardware solutions in the sensor network domain. Papers on any of the following and related topics will be considered for the special session:
 - Sensor node architectures
 - Sensing, processing, and communicating on a chip
 - Communication-computation trade-offs
 - Resource-aware software/hardware co-design
 - Low-power strategies in hardware design
 - Energy harvesting strategies
 - Position determination and synchronization in sensor networks
 - In-Network processing and aggregation
 - Fault-tolerant and reliable hardware
 - Prototypes and applications

SS2: Advanced issues of Networks-on-Chip
This special session addresses all aspects related to concepts, implementations and applications of networks-on-chip as well as related EDA tools. Nonetheless, its focus is on advanced issues and interdisciplinary topics like system control, design flow, application studies and the outlook on future developments in NOC design. Papers on any of the following and related topics will be considered for the special session:
 - Future concepts and architectures: Links, Routers, Topology
 - Reconfiguration and Hardwired NOCs on FPGAs
 - Programming models, Application mapping, Benchmarking
 - Operating systems and System control
 - Reliability, Fault-tolerance, Robustness
 - Verification and Testability
 - Design flow and Design space exploration
 - Prototypes and Application studies.

SS3: Dependability and Testing of Digital Systems
The special session on "Dependability and Testing of Digital Systems" addresses emerging issues, hot problems, new solution methods and their hardware and software implementations in all fields of digital and mixed-signal system dependability and testing. Its special focus is on the dependability and testing related to the SoC technology and modern embedded applications:
 - Built-in Self-Test - off-line BIST and on-line BIST
 - SoC and NoC Dependability and Testing
 - Robust Circuit and System Design
 - On-line testing; IDDQ and Current Testing
 - Defect/Fault Tolerance
 - Dependability and Reliability - Modeling and Computations
 - Synthesis for Testability
 - Diagnosis Embedded Test
 - Analog, Mixed-Signal and RF Test
 - Memory and Processor Test.



Sincerely,


Hana Kubatova
DSD'2007 Program Chairman
kubatova@dsd07.felk.cvut.cz