Nice Acropolis, France - July 24, 2008 - Taking the lead in this fast changing industry, DATE will consistently develop and sharpen its focus in order to address the needs of the microelectronics industry when making the transition from pure chip design to systems design.
DATE08 received very positive feedback for their strategy and is looked upon as the world's most important electronic system design automation conference:
You have become a major conference for Embedded Software development, especially that pertaining to Multi-Core/Multi-Processor systems... Overall it was a great DATE (2008) as the conference continues to develop into the true system level." - Gary Smith, Gary Smith EDA
DATE09 will continue on this path in the future with a program featuring three special days dedicated to providing guidance to all experts in the industry:
- Special Day on Multicore Applications
- Special Day on Systems on Chip Development Strategies
- Management Day
The approach of bringing together researchers, chip designers, system designers, EDA vendors and management, combined with a strong application and product orientation, offers a broad range of value unique to the world.
Also unique at DATE is the link it provides between research work done in collaborative R&D projects and industrial application. These projects are of major importance for the innovation taking place in the European industry, which closely works together with universities and research institutes in research programs launched by the European Commission and National Authorities.
DATE09 will present, through it’s conference and exhibition, the newest research results ready for application in product developments, already including the work done in brand new major programs such as CATRENE, ARTEMIS and ENIAC.
Over the years DATE has been the forum in which many of the most innovative developments in electronics design and automation have been first announced. DATE 09 Conference will continue to demonstrate its global leadership as the first choice of presentation platform for industrial and academic researchers and interaction in the fields of systems-on-chip and embedded systems design, verification, reliability and test, including real-time software and system-in-packages.
The DATE 09 Call for Papers is available on our website, please visit:
The submission deadline is September 7, 2008
DATE 09 General Chair
University of Bologna, Italy
DATE 09 Programme Chair
University of Southampton, UK
DATE 09 Press Chair
Fred Santamaria, France
DATE 09 Event Management
European Conferences, UK
Tel: +44 131 225 2892