[hpc-announce] [CFP] International Symposium on Low Power Electronic Design 2013 (Beijing, China)

Yuan Xie yuanxie at gmail.com
Sun Mar 3 09:46:53 CST 2013


The International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED) 
(http://www.islped.org)  is the premier forum for presentation of recent 
advances in all aspects of low power design and technologies, ranging 
from process and circuit technologies, simulation and synthesis tools, 
to system level design and optimization. Specific topics include, but 
are not limited to, the following two main areas, each with three sub-areas:

1.1.Technologies and Digital Circuits
Emerging logic/memory technologies and applications; Low power device 
and interconnect design; Low power low leakage circuits; Memory 
circuits; 3-D technologies; Cooling technologies; Battery technologies; 
Variation-tolerant design; Temperature-aware and reliable design.

1.2. Logic and Microarchitecture Design
         Processor core design; Cache and register file design; Memory 
Architectures; Logic and RTL design; Arithmetic and signal processing 
circuits; Encryption technologies;            Asynchronous design.

1.3. Analog, MEMS, Mixed Signal and Imaging Electronics
         RF circuits; Wireless; MEMS circuits; AD/DA Converters; I/O 
circuits; Mixed signal circuits; Imaging circuits; Circuits to support 
emerging technologies and platforms;                 DC-DC converters.

2.1. CAD & Design Tools
        Energy estimation and optimization tools that operate at the 
physical, circuit/gate level, RT level, behavioral level, and 
algorithmic levels; Links to other metrics: variability, reliability, 

2.2. System Design and Methodologies
Microprocessor, DSP and embedded systems design; FPGA and ASIC designs; 
System-level power- and thermal-aware design; System-level reliability- 
and variability-aware design; Systems for Emerging applications

2.3. Software Design and Optimization

Power- and thermal-aware software design, scheduling, and management; 
Application-level optimizations; Wireless and sensor networks; Software 
for emerging applications.

*TECHNICAL PAPER SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: Abstract registration: March 8, 
2013; Full paper: March 15, 2013.*

Submissions should be full-length papers of up to 6 pages 
(double-column, IEEE Transactions/Conference format, available at 
template download 
including all illustrations, tables, references and an abstract of no 
more than 100 words. Papers exceeding the six-page limit will not be 
reviewed. *Submission must be anonymous*: papers identifying the authors 
and/or with explicit references to their prior work will be 
automatically rejected. Electronic submission in *pdf format* only via 
the web is required.

Submitted papers must describe original work that will not be announced 
or published prior to the Symposium and that is not being considered or 
under review by another conference at the same time. Accepted papers 
will be presented in one of two parallel tracks: one focusing on 
architectures, circuits and technologies, the other on design tools and 
systems and software design for low power. Notification of paper 
acceptance will be mailed by *May 20, 2013* and the camera-ready version 
of the paper will be due by *June 20, 2013*. Accepted papers will be 
published in the Symposium Proceedings and included in the ACM Digital 
Library. Authors of a few selected papers from the Symposium will also 
be given an opportunity to submit enhanced versions of their papers for 
publication in a special issue of a reputed journal. ISLPED’13 will 
present two Best Paper Awards based on the ratings of reviewers and an 
invited panel of judges.

16, 2013.*

There will be several invited talks by industry and academic thought 
leaders on key issues in low power electronics and design. All invited 
talks will be in plenary sessions. The Symposium may also include 
embedded tutorials to provide attendees with the necessary background to 
follow recent research results, as well as panel discussions on future 
directions and design/technology alternatives in low power electronics 
and design.

Technical Program Chairs:

Yuan Xie,    Penn State / AMD Research yuanxie at cse.psu.edu
Tanay Karnik,    Intel Labs tanay.karnik at gmail.com

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