DATICS Workshops were initially created by a network of researchers and engineers both from academia and industry in the areas of Design, Analysis and Tools for Integrated Circuits and Systems. Recently, DATICS has been extended to the fields of Communication, Computer Science, Software Engineering and Information Technology. The main target of DATICS-IMECS 2016 is to bring together software/hardware engineering researchers, computer scientists, practitioners and people from industry to exchange theories, ideas, techniques and experiences related to all aspects of DATICS.
The 18th ACM/IEEE System Level Interconnect Prediction 2016 workshop will take place at the Austin Convention Center, Austin, TX on June 4, 2016. It will be co-located with 53rd ACM/EDAC/IEEE Design Automation Conference, June 5-9, 2016.
The general technical scope of the workshop is the design, analysis, prediction, and optimization of interconnect and communication fabrics in electronic systems. The organizing committee invites original contributions to the workshop. These
contributions include papers, tutorials, panels, special sessions, and posters.
Technical topics include but are not limited to:
• Interconnect prediction and optimization at various IC and system design stages
• System-level design for FPGAs, NOCs, reconfigurable systems
• Design, analysis, and optimization of power and clock networks Interconnect reliability Interconnect topologies and fabrics of multi- and many-core architectures
• Design-for-manufacturing (DFM) and yield techniques for interconnects
• High speed chip-to-chip interconnect design
• Design and analysis of chippackage interfaces
• Power consumption of interconnects
• 3D interconnect design and prediction
• Emerging interconnect technologies
• Applications of interconnects to social, genetic, and biological systems
• Co-optimization of interconnect technology and chip design