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Present CFP : 2016
The Symposium on Integrated Circuits and Systems Design (SBCCI) is an international forum dedicated to Integrated Circuits and Systems Design, Test and Electronic Design Automation (EDA), held annually in Brazil. In its 29th edition, the symposium will take place in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, from Aug 29 to Sep 3, 2016.
The goal of the SBCCI, which has a technical co-sponsorship from IEEE Circuits and Systems Society and ACM Special Interest Group on Design Automation, is bringing together researchers and industrial/commercial partners in the areas of EDA and Design and Test of Integrated Circuits and Systems. The scope of the symposium includes plenary sessions, technical presentations, tutorials, panels, social events & networking possibilities, and working group meetings.
SBCCI strongly encourages international submissions. Prospective authors from around the world are invited to submit manuscripts for consideration by the Program Committee. The peer-reviewed and accepted scientific papers will be published by IEEE and the best papers will be invited to resubmit an extended version to be considered for publication at the IEEE Design & Test Journal and at JICS – Journal of Integrated Circuits and Systems.
Manuscripts must contain a maximum of 6 pages, be prepared for double-blind review, follow the standard IEEE format for Conference Proceedings, and must be sent to one of the following tracks:
- Analog and RF
- Digital Circuits, Mixed Signal and Applications
- EDA/CAD, Test and Reliability
- SoC, NoC and Reconfigurable
- Embedded Software and Systems
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
System level modeling and synthesis
Hardware-software co-design and co-verification
High-level and logic synthesis
Verification, simulation, emulation and prototyping techniques
Testability issues, design for test techniques
Reconfigurable architectures and novel applications of FPGAs
Design and modeling languages and applications
Analog, Digital and mixed signal designs
Embedded systems and Cyber-physical systems design
Systems-on-chip, IP reuse and platform-based designs
Low power tools and design techniques
Nanoelectronic circuits, nanoarchitectures, and nanocomputing.