International Workshop on Design Automation for Analog and Mixed-Signal Circuits
Thursday, November 21, 2013, Hilton Hotel, San Jose, CA
Co-located with International Conference on Computer-Aided Design
Web site: www.ece.cmu.edu/~xinli/2013_ams
With the aggressive scaling of advanced IC technologies, today’s analog and mixed-signal (AMS) circuits have become extremely complex. As circuit designers have adopted a number of non-traditional methodologies (e.g., adaptive self-healing, etc) to address the design challenges associated with technology scaling (e.g., reduced voltage headroom, increased process variation, etc), the corresponding digital-analog interactions have become increasingly difficult to verify. These recent trends of AMS circuits have brought up enormous new challenges and opportunities for AMS CAD. The purpose of this workshop is to report recent advances on AMS CAD and, more importantly, motivate new research topics and directions in this area. Topics of interest include (but not limited to):
- Behavioral and performance modeling
- AMS simulation and verification
- AMS post-silicon validation and self-healing
- AMS circuit optimization and design space exploration
- PVT variations and reliability for AMS circuits
- AMS testing and diagnosis
Posters that address any of the aforementioned topics are invited. Posters addressing AMS design issues outside of these areas will also be of great interest to the workshop. They will be considered equally relevant in review process. The workshop will NOT publish official proceedings including all posters.
Poster Submission Instructions:
To present a poster at the workshop, please submit an abstract to Dr. Xin Li (email@example.com) via email. Your submission must include the following information: (1) poster title, (2) author names and affiliations, (3) abstract (up to one page). To be considered in the review process, your abstract must be submitted by October 1, 2013. Notification of acceptance will be sent to you on October 10, 2013.
Submission of Poster Abstract: October 1, 2013
Notification of Acceptance: October 10, 2013
Tim Cheng, UCSB
Francisco Fernandez, Univ. of Sevilla
Helmut Graeb, TUM
Ron Ho, Oracle
Jaijeet Roychowdhury, UC Berkeley
Martin Vlach. Mentor Graphics
Xin Li, Carnegie Mellon Univ.
Chenjie Gu, Intel
Chandramouli Kashyap, Intel
Jaeha Kim, Seoul National Univ.
Trent McConaghy, Solido DA
Omeed Momeni, UC Davis
Dr. Xin Li
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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