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Call for Papers: ASYNC-2005 (New York City)

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The Eleventh IEEE* International Symposium
on Asynchronous Circuits and Systems

March 14-16, 2005, New York City, NY, USA
Venue: Columbia University

The International Symposium on Asynchronous Circuits and Systems
provides a high quality forum for scientists and engineers to present
their latest research findings. Authors are invited to submit full
papers on all aspects of asynchronous design. Topics of interest
include, but are not limited to:

* Mixed synchronous/asynchronous architectures, interfaces, and circuits
* High-speed/low-power asynchronous logic, memories, and interconnects
* High-level design and synthesis of self-timed circuits
* Physical design of unclocked logic and pipelines
* Formal methods for correctness and performance analysis of
asynchronous designs
* Test, reliability, security, and radiation tolerance
* CAD for asynchronous design and validation
* Asynchronous System-on-a-chip (SoC)
* Novel asynchronous architectures
* Asynchrony and latency tolerance in system-level design

Papers should be submitted via the conference web site. The submission
should not exceed ten pages in IEEE double column format. Papers that
exceed the length limit may not be reviewed. Papers will be evaluated
by the program committee and reviews will be based on scientific merit,
innovation, relevance, and presentation. New-idea papers are
encouraged, and the program committee recognizes that such papers may
contain less evaluation than papers in established areas. Accepted
papers will be published in a proceedings that will be distributed at
the conference.



Submission deadline: 27 Sep 2004
Notification of acceptance: 29 Nov 2004
Final version due: 03 Jan 2005
Paper Format: Abstract of up to 150 words,
10 pages or fewer, including figures,
Single spaced, 10pt or larger font size,
IEEE double column conference format.


General Co-Chairs: Steven Nowick (nowick AT
Jose Tierno (tierno AT
Program Co-Chairs: Prabhakar Kudva (kudva AT
Rajit Manohar (rajit AT

Publications: Erik Brunvand
Invited Speakers/Tutorials: Prabhakar Kudva
Best Paper Award: H. Peter Hofstee
Local Arrangements/Publicity: Montek Singh
Industrial Liason: Ken Stevens
Finance Chair: Jose Tierno


John Bainbridge (UK) Mike Kishinevsky (USA)
Peter Beerel (USA) Alex Kondratyev (USA)
Erik Brunvand (USA) Luciano Lavagno (Italy)
Supratik Chakraborty (India) Michael Liebelt (Australia)
Bill Coates (USA) Andrew Lines (USA)
Peter Cook (USA) Diana Marculescu (USA)
Jordi Cortadella (Spain) Alain Martin (USA)
Al Davis (USA) Takashi Nanya (Japan)
Charles Dike (USA) Radu Negulescu (Canada)
Jo Ebergen (USA) Ad Peeters (Netherlands)
Doug Edwards (UK) Marc Renaudin (France)
Karl Fant (USA) Marly Roncken (USA)
Ran Ginosar (Israel) Montek Singh (USA)
Eckard Grass (Germany) Christos Sotiriou (Greece)
Mark Greenstreet (Canada) Jens Sparso (Denmark)
Christoph Heer (Germany) Alexander Taubin (USA)
Hans Jacobson (USA) Stephen Unger (USA)
Mark Josephs (UK) Alex Yakovlev (UK)
Joep Kessels (Netherlands) Tomohiro Yoneda (Japan)
David Kinniment (UK)

*IEEE sponsorship pending

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