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[s4d-2] CfP Extended Deadline May 7 > S4D Conference > Sept 19-20, Vienna, Austria #2

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System, Software, SoC and Silicon Debug Conference
September 19-20, 2012
Vienna, Austria
Call for Contributions
Extended Deadline May 7!
Last reminder!
Chair: Peter R�ssler,
University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien

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S4D is organized with the technical co-sponsorship
of IEEE Austria Section
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Description
Embedded systems and software complexity is rapidly increasing; from one
processor to ten or more, from thousands of lines of code to millions.
Modern system-on-chips integrate dozens of hardware accelerators and I/O
devices. Modern products integrate hard IP and software from many more
sources than in the recent past. Embedded systems debug capabilities must
scale with this exponential growth in system complexity.
This fourth edition of S4D Conference has evolved from several industry
workshops organized by ECSI into the areas of debug and provides a forum for
work and standardization efforts related to debug of electronic systems. The
conference addresses a vast set of requirements from system and SoC
companies with regard to debug methods and tools. It includes efforts from
IEEE and other standards working groups, including the Nexus 5001 Forum,
IJTAG (IEEE P1687), IEEE 1149.7, MIPI, industry working groups including
OCP-IP, the Multicore Association (MCA), the Accellera - SPIRIT Consortium
and Eclipse and industry R&D projects contributing to debug and related
tools and methods development. The S4D Conference event also allows
presentation and discussion of existing and new commercial debug tools and
products related to electronic (silicon and software) methods, devices, and
systems. In summary, the S4D Conference provides a forum for discussing
research, scientific and commercial development in the areas of system,
software, SoC and silicon debug.
Come present research, tools, or methodologies that help eliminate bugs
embedded in hardware and/or software at any stage of product development.
Potential topics include market/human research on trends in debug
requirements for developers of embedded systems and standardization
activities for debug and debug automation.

Topics of Interest
System Level Debug, improving visibility
Architecture, design analysis
Human factors; Bug sources and our behaviors in preventing and eliminating
them
Real-time debug analysis and tracing
Debug tools and activities throughout the product development life-cycle
System Performance Analysis and Optimization
Multi-core and heterogeneous core debug
Debug in a co-development environment
On-die debug capabilities
Software debug/analysis infrastructure DFT Reuse for Debug and Analysis
Transitioning debug and test among model, simulation, FPGA, and Post-silicon
Bug capture automation and reproduction
Debugging of IP blocks and their Integration
Debug Architectures and Interfaces
Digital/Analog Debug
Tools for Debug, Analysis and Optimization
Tools and Equipment Impact
Debug Case Studies
Debug R&D Initiatives Debug Standards
Debugging of distributed/networked systems
The above list is not an exhaustive list of topics addressed by S4D; related
contributions not listed here are highly welcome. Submissions may be
theoretical scientific papers, research in progress, case studies, tool use
cases and best practice, as well as industry experiences.


Submission Requirements

Paper Submission

Authors should submit their extended abstracts of minimum 2 pages,
double-column IEEE, in PDF through the web-based submission system. The
abstract should describe main contributions, concepts, innovation and
conclusions. The abstract may not contain confidential information. The
submitted paper must not mention names and affiliations of the authors.
Submitted papers are required to describe original unpublished work and must
not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. After the acceptance,
authors may extend their contribution to 6 pages. Proceedings of S4D 2012
will be published on the ECSI website and IEEE Xplore. The selected best
papers from several S4D Conference editions will be published in the book
edited by SPRINGER.

Paper submission details can be found at
www.ecsi.org/s4d<http://www.ecsi.org/s4d>.

Panels, Special Sessions, Working Groups, Project Meetings, Embedded
Tutorials

Proposals for special sessions (panels, working sessions, standardization or
user group meetings, etc.) as well as proposals for half-day (4 hours)
embedded tutorials are invited. Acceptance will be based on relevance and
potential interest. Special sessions will be embedded in regular workshops.
Accepted tutorials will receive one free registration to the S4D Conference
per tutorial. A one page description of the tutorial or special sessions
including title, presenters, contents, and the relevant track(s) should be
sent to S4D2012@ecsi.org<mailto:S4D2012@ecsi.org>.

Demonstrations

Companies, universities or other organizations providing innovative tools
and environments for the described topics will find in S4D an opportunity to
demonstrate these tools and environments to attendees. Proposals should be
sent to S4D2012@ecsi.org<mailto:S4D2012@ecsi.org> as soon as possible.


Important Dates

Paper submission deadline


April 23, 2012

May 7, 2012 (extended)


Notification of acceptance


June 8, 2012


Camera ready papers


July 15, 2012



Demonstration Opportunities

ECSI Member Opportunities
Opportunities for ECSI members: including free of charge demonstration
booths, publicity and reduced registration rates!

Sponsorship Opportunities

Please, note that the demonstration facilities are available only for ECSI
Members and the Sponsors. Please contact us to find out more about
sponsoring S4D!

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[http://www.ecsi.org/sites/default/files/images/ESLsyn-small.jpg]<http://www ..ecsi.org/eslsyn> Electronic System Level Synthesis Conference June 2-3, 2012 San Francisco, California, USA General Co-Chairs: Sandeep K. Shukla, Virginia Tech, US & Philippe Coussy, Lab-STICC, FR Program Co-Chairs: Jens Brandt, TU Kaiserslautern, DE & Achim Rettberg, U. of Oldenburg, DE Organization Chair: Adam Morawiec, ECSI, FR www.ecsi.org/eslsyn ESLsyn is organized with the technical co-sponsorship of IEEE & IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA) [http://www.ecsi.org/sites/default/files/images/IEEE.gif] [http://www.ecsi.org/sites/default/files/images/CEDA_Logo_small2.jpg] Description The ever-increasing need for enhanced productivity in designing highly complex electronic systems drives the evolution of design methods beyond the traditional approaches. Virtual prototyping, design space exploration and system synthesis with the goal of optimized and functionally correct product implementations are needed for designing both HW and SW parts. ESL design does not only provide system architects with the right tools to make the right decisions about the system architecture, it includes the methodologies and techniques that correlate the ESL model. A well-connected ESL-to-implementation design flow is needed. The system design teams expect newer and more efficient methods and tools supporting better management of the design complexity and reduction of the design cyc...

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[ecsi-2] ESLsyn > Call for Papers extended deadline March 12 > Electronic System Level Synthesis Conference > co-located with DAC!
[http://www.ecsi.org//sites/default/files/images/ESLsyn_200x63.jpg] <http:= //www.ecsi.org/eslsyn> ESLsyn May 31 - June 1, 2013 Austin, TX, USA Co-located with DAC! General Chair Achim Rettberg, University of Oldenburg, Germany Call for Contributions Extended Paper Submission Deadline:February 26, 2013 March 12, 2013 Description The ever-increasing need for enhanced productivity in designing highly comp= lex electronic systems drives the evolution of design methods beyond tradit= ional approaches. Virtual prototyping, design space exploration and system = synthesis are needed to design optimized systems, comprising hardware and s= oftware implementations. Electronic system-level (ESL) design promises to p= rovide system architects with the right tools to make the right decisions a= bout the system architecture at early stages of the design process. This in= cludes methodologies and synthesis techniques that are supported by appropr= iate ESL models. Furthermore, a well-connected ESL-to-implementation design= flow is needed. Overall, designing at higher levels of abstraction coupled= with the right tool support is a viable way to better cope with the system= design complexity, by increasing code reuse and allowing components to be = verified earlier in the design process. The Electronic System Level Synthesis Conference ESLsyn focuses on automate= d system design methods that enable efficient modelling, synthesis, explora= tion a...

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