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After another successful growth year, including industry-leading initiatives, the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD), the Electronic Design Automation (EDA) industry's top technical conference, announced today its Executive Committee for 2007 and issued its Call For Papers (CFP) for its Conference to be held at the Doubletree Hotel in San Jose, California in November 2007.
The 2007 ICCAD Executive Committee
The committee will serve under the direction of Georges Gielen, Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium, and head of its Analog and Mixed-Signal Design Methodologies subgroup. His research focuses on analog and mixed-signal design methodologies, algorithms, and tools. He has been a member of the ICCAD executive committee for several years.
The executive committee for ICCAD is responsible for planning the technical program, overseeing the exhibition, establishing new initiatives, and managing operations and publicity for the conference. In addition to Gielen, the members include:
General Chair -- Georges Gielen, Katholieke University Leuven
Past Chair -- Soha Hassoun, Tufts University
Program Chair -- Sani Nassif, IBM
Program Vice Chair -- Jaijeet Roychowdhury, University of Minnesota
European Representative/Finance Chair -- Norbert Wehn, University of
Asian Representative -- Soo Ik Chae, Seoul National University
Designer's Perspective Chair -- Mar Hershenson, Sabio Labs
Nano Initiative Chair -- Iris Bahar, Brown University
Publicity Chair -- Juan-Antonio Carballo, Argon Venture Partners
Tutorial Chair -- Louis Scheffer, Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
IEEE CS/DATC Rep -- David Kung, IBM Corp.
IEEE CAS/CANDE/CEDA Rep -- Chuck Shaw, Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
ACM/SIGDA Rep -- Massoud Pedram, University of Southern California
ICCAD issues Call For Papers
The new ICCAD Executive Committee is issuing its Call For Papers (CFP) for ICCAD 2007. Submissions are encouraged in high-growth, high-challenge areas of electronic design. Selected submissions will be a fundamental piece of ICCAD 2007's Program. In this program, Nanotechnology will remain a key growth area for the ICCAD, as it has been taking an industry-leading role. In addition, the Designers' Perspective initiative remains a major thrust that will repeat and grow in 2007. The Program will also contain tutorials and a number of panel discussions.
The ICCAD website will begin accepting submissions on March 10, 2007. The deadline for submissions is April 11, 2007 at 5:00 p.m. MDT. For more information or to submit papers, please visit http://www.iccad.com .
The International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD) has served EDA and Design professionals for the last 20 years by highlighting new challenges and innovative solutions for integrated circuit design technologies and systems. To learn more, please visit the ICCAD website at http://www.iccad.com .
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ICCAD Publicity Chair
Juan-Antonio Carballo, 408-239-6130
HighPointe Communications (for ICCAD)
Barbara Marker, 503-209-2323
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