DATE 2018 in Dresden: Highlighting
Future and Emerging Technologies and
Designing Autonomous Systems
DATE 2018: Advance Programme available online
DATE combines the world’s favorite electronic systems design and test conference with an international exhibition for electronic design, automation and test, from system-level hardware and software implementation right down to integrated circuit design.
Out of a total of 766 paper submissions received, a large share (39%) is coming from authors in Europe, 26% of submissions are from America, 34% from Asia, and 1% from the rest of the world. This distribution clearly demonstrates DATE’s international character, global reach, and impact.
For the 21st successive year, DATE has prepared an exciting technical programme. With the help of 335 members of the Technical Program Committee who carried out 3079 reviews (mostly four reviews per submission), finally 185 papers (24%) were selected for regular presentation and 85 additional ones (cumulatively 35%, including all papers) for interactive presentation.
The DATE conference will take place from 19 to 23 March, 2018, at the International Congress Center Dresden, Germany.
On the first day of the DATE event, 4 in-depth technical tutorials on the four main topics of DATE as well as 3 industry hands-on tutorials will be given by leading experts in their respective fields, with technical topics on Emerging Technologies for Computing, Industrial IoT, Reliability from Physics to CAD, and Virtual Prototyping and Low-Power Design, and industrial topics on Building ARM Powered Internet-of-Things, Computer Vision for Automated Driving in MATLAB, and How to Implement Domain-Specific Modeling Languages. Also on Monday, DATE will host the first edition of a new forum, “Advancing Diversity in Electronic Design Automation (DivEDA)”, which aims to increase the number and visibility of women and underrepresented minorities in the research community.
On Tuesday, 2 plenary keynote lectures will be given from Prof. Amnon Shashua, CEO & CTO of Mobileye, who will talk about “The Responsibility Sensitive Safety (RSS) Formal Model toward Safety Guarantees for Autonomous Vehicles” followed by Dr. Christopher Voigt, Professor of Biological Engineering at MIT, to talk about “Programming Living Cells: Design automation to map circuits to DNA”. On the same day, the Executive Track offers a series of business panels with executive speakers from companies leading the design and automation industry, discussing hot topics.
The main conference programme from Tuesday to Thursday includes 71 technical sessions organized in parallel tracks from the four areas
D – Design Methods & Tools
A – Application Design
T – Test, Reliability, and Robustness
E – Embedded and Cyber-physical Systems
and from several special sessions on Hot Topics, such as, emerging technologies, low power challenges and approximate computing for IoT devices, security-aware design in cyber-physical systems, new benchmarking methods and applications for emerging devices, circuits, and architectures, methodologies to design and manage exascale computing system technologies, as well as results and lessons learned from European projects.
Two Special Days in the programme will focus on areas bringing new challenges to the system design community: Future and Emerging Technologies and Designing Autonomous Systems. Each of the Special Days will have a full programme of keynotes, panels, tutorials and technical presentations.
During the Special Day on "Future and Emerging Technologies" on Wednesday, Prof. Jelena Vuckovic from Stanford University will talk about “From inverse design to implementation of robust and efficient photonics for computing“. The keynote lecture on Thursday in the frame of the Special Day "Designing Autonomous Systems" will be given by Thomas Form, Head of Electronics and Vehicle Research, Volkswagen AG, and co-ordinator of the Pegasus research project on safety of automated driving.
Additionally, there are numerous Interactive Presentations which are organized into five IP sessions.
To inform attendees on commercial and design-related topics, there will be a full programme in the Exhibition Theatre which will combine presentations by exhibiting companies, best-practice reports by industry leaders on their latest design projects and interviews with keynote speakers form the conference. The conference is complemented by an exhibition, running for three days (Tuesday – Thursday), including campus booths with focus on special topics such as Autonomous Driving, 5G, FDSOI and Internet-of-Things Security. The exhibition provides a unique networking opportunity and states the perfect venue for industries to meet University Professors to foster University Programme and especially for PhD Students to meet future employers.
On Friday, 7 full-day workshops cover a large number of hot topics like Software for IoT, Emerging Memories and Interconnections, and New Platforms for Future Cars.
We wish you an exciting and memorable DATE 2018, a successful exhibition visit and an entertaining DATE party on Wednesday evening which will take place in the “Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden“.
For further information please visit: www.date-conference.com