CALL FOR PAPERS, ISQED 2005
Call for Papers
6th IEEE International Symposium on
QUALITY ELECTRONIC DESIGN
March 28-30, 2005
San Jose, CA, USA
DESIGN FOR QUALITY IN THE ERA OF UNCERTAINTY
ISQED is the pioneer and leading international conference dealing with the
design for manufacturability and quality issues front-to-back.
ISQED spans three days, Monday through Wednesday, in three parallel tracks,
hosting near 100 technical
presentations, six keynote speakers, two-three panel discussions, workshops
/tutorials and other informal meetings.
Conference proceedings are published by IEEE Computer Society and hosted in
the digital library. Proceedings CD ROMs
are published by ACM. In addition, continuing the tradition of reaching a
wider readership in the IC design community,
ISQED will continue to publish special issues in leading journals. The
authors of high quality papers will be invited
to submit an extended version of their papers for the special journal
Paper Submission Deadline September 30, 2004
Acceptance Notification November 17-19, 2004
Final Camera-Ready Paper December 15, 2004
Papers are requested in the following areas:
o Design for Manufacturability & Quality
o Package - Design Interaction & Co-Design
o Design Verification and Design for Testability
o Embedded Test Methodologies
o Robust Device, Interconnect, and Circuits
o EDA Tools & IP Blocks; Interoperability and Implications
o Physical Design, Methodologies & Tools
o Effect of Technology on IC Design, Performance, Reliability & Yield
o Design Quality Definitions, Metrics, and Standards
o Quality Driven Design Flows; SoC, ASIC, FPGA, RF, Memory, etc.
o Quality of Modeling Abstractions and Methods (Device, Interconnect,
Micro and Macro Cells, IP Blocks, ...)
O System-level Design, Methodologies & Tools
o Redundancy & Self Correction Design Techniques
o Management of Design Process, and Design Database
o Global, Social, and Economic Implications of Design Quality
o Quality based EDA Tools, Design Techniques, and Methodologies, dealing
with issues such as:
R, L, C Extraction
Signal Noise/Cross-Talk /Substrate Noise
Voltage Drop, Power Rail Integrity
Metal Migration, Hot Carriers
High Frequency Effects
Plasma Induced Damage, and other yield limiting effects
Proximity Correction & Phase Shift Methods
erification (Layout, Circuit, Function, etc.)
Packaging Modeling and Simulations
The guidelines for the final paper format is provided on the conference web
site at www.isqed.org.
Authors should submit FULL-LENGTH, original, unpublished papers (Minimum 4,
maximum 6 pages).
To permit a blind review, do not include name(s) or affiliation(s) of the
author(s) on the manuscript and abstract.
Submit your papers using the on-line paper submission procedure available in
the ISQED web site. Please check the as-printed
appearance of your paper before submitting the paper. Address all other
inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Re: CALL FOR PAPERS, ISQED 2005
sorry but I dont know if there is even a Thomas Hutchins there at UMass
Amherst, is he a student? part time instructor?
you repeated the text there in the middle. Admit it, being a confused youth
exposed to the masses of information in a college/university setting with a
lack of sleep, lack of chores and a lack of having a maternal caretaker
seems to have caused you to drift towards being a slacker.
the slacker mindset is driven by these older, zany ultra liberal professor
types. I havent accepted the offers to be a professor, maybe some day when
I grow up, but the older, warped liberal wackos of our day like Noam Chomsky
feed like bloodsucking vampires off of younger college students. In order
to brain wash them? they need to paint a picture of the world that its
imaginary, it may not exist, the only good thing is sex and communism and
its spelled out by the quotes you posted there. you need a dose of normal
life, hard work and normal people. this isnt the matrix, life is real, God
> > chick or dude, that is one messed up bunch of ranting that dont make no
> > sense. there isnt even a stand taken, its an obfuscated soliloquy...
> > oh yes the sexual identity of mainstream exists as we redifine and
> > socialism and communism and turn to the wonderful tyrrany of
> > the save all and be all.
> > or nihilism, anarchy, slackers, and the (Im too lazy to work for myself)
> > crowd: oh yes, lets not bother to work, but instead be like parasites,
> > misguided and stupid as we complain about the USA and capitalism
> Here is a counterargument to your position...
> The Neocapitalist Paradigm Of Narrative In The Works Of Stone
> Paul J. R. Eagin [Department of English, University of Illinois]
> Thomas W. Chadwith-Hutchins [Department of Peace Studies, University of
> Massachusetts, Amherst]
> Subdialectic Deconstruction And Simulacra
> If one examines the neocapitalist paradigm of narrative, one is faced with
> choice: either accept cultural desituationism or conclude that reality is
> created by the masses. The primary theme of the works of Stone is not
> materialism, as Sartre would have it, but prematerialism. It could be said
> that Platoon is about creation where JFK is about destruction. Sontag
> suggests the use of cultural desituationism to deconstruct capitalism.
> Natural Born Killers is about opening where Heaven and Earth is about
> The artist has a choice: either accept Huyssen's analysis of the
> deconstructive paradigm of narrative or, alternatively, reject Voltaire's
> analysis of the deconstructive paradigm of narrative and consequently
> that the State is unattainable.
> If postdialectic appropriation holds, the works of Stone are reminiscent
> Mapplethorpe. Bataille suggests the use of the neocapitalist paradigm of
> narrative to deconstruct capitalism. The stasis, and subsequent absurdity,
> of conceptualist capitalism intrinsic to Heaven and Earth emerges again in
> JFK, although in a more dialectic sense. But Debord suggests the use of
> neocapitalist paradigm of narrative to challenge outmoded perceptions of
> It could be said that if cultural nihilism holds, we have to choose
> the neocapitalist paradigm of narrative and cultural desituationism. But
> Derrida uses the term 'materialist nihilism' to denote not narrative as
> such, but subnarrative. It could be said that Marx uses the term
> 'materialist capitalism' to denote not narrative as such, but
> Cameron  holds that we have to choose between the neocapitalist
> of narrative and cultural construction.
> Many theories concerning not deconstruction, as the neocapitalist paradigm
> of narrative suggests, but subdeconstruction may be revealed. The primary
> theme of the works of Stone is not materialism, but neomaterialism. In a
> sense, the deconstructive paradigm of narrative holds that consciousness
> significance. However, the characteristic theme of the works of Stone is
> theory, but posttheory.
>  Cameron, P.T. ed. (1998) The Discourses Of Rubicon : Posttextual
> Discourse In The Works Of Stone. Loompanics
>  Dietrich, V. (2004) Neosemiotic Neotextual Theory In The Works Of
> Yale University Press
>  d'Erlette, E. ed. (2000) Cultural Desituationism And Nihilism. Yale
> University Press
> I'm not easily offended. Please try harder.
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