EDAA/ACM SIGDA PhD Forum 2010, Dresden (Germany) Call for Submissions
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EDAA/ACM SIGDA PhD Forum 2010, Dresden (Germany) Call for Submissions

October 27, 2009 —The EDAA/ACM PhD forum is part of the DATE Conference and hosted by ACM SIGDA and the
European Design Automation Association (EDAA). The forum is a great opportunity for PhD students to present their thesis work to a broad audience in the system design and design automation community from both industry and academia. The forum may also help students to establish contacts for entering the job market. In addition, representatives from industry and academia get a glance of state-of-the-art in system design and design automation.


The following two classes of students are eligible:

1. students who have finished their PhD thesis within the last 12 months and
2. students who are close to finish to their thesis work.



Send an e-mail to Peter Marwedel with the subject line "PhD Forum 2010", containing: Important datesAbout the sponsors

EDAA is a non-profit association. Its purpose is to operate for educational, scientific and technical purposes for the benefit of the international electronics design and design automation community. The Association, in the field of design and design automation of electronic circuits and systems, promotes a series of high quality technical international conferences and workshops across Europe and cooperates actively to maintain harmonious relationships with other national and international technical societies and groups promoting the purpose of the Association. EDAA is the main sponsor of DATE, the premier Design, Automation and Test Conference and Exhibition in Europe. http://www.edaa.com

The ACM Special Interest Group on Design Automation is organized and operated exclusively for educational, scientific, and technical purposes in design automation. The mission of SIGDA and its activities includes collecting and disseminating information in design automation through a newsletter and other publications; organizing sessions at conferences of the ACM; sponsoring conferences, symposia, and workshops; organizing projects and working groups for education, research, and development; serving as a source of technical information for the Council and subunits of the ACM; and representing the opinions and expertise of the membership on matters of technical interest to SIGDA or ACM. http://www.sigda.org


Prof. Dr. Peter Marwedel
TU Dortmund, Informatik 12
44221 Dortmund, Germany
Web: http:/ / ls12-www.cs.tu-dortmund.de/~marwede l
E-mail: peter.marwedel@tu-dortmund.de