11th International Conference on Design &Technology of Integrated Systems in Nanoscale Era

April 12-14, 2016, Istanbul, Turkey

 

Aim of the Conference:to cope with the rapidly progressing technology which, today, reaches the nanometer scale. The areas of interest include the design, test and technology of electronic products, ranging from integrated circuit modules and printed circuit boards to full systems and microsystems, as well as the methodologies and tools used in the design, verification and validation of such products. Topics of the conference include, but are not limited to:

 

Integrated Systems Design:

Integrated Systems Technology:

Integrated Systems Testing:

·   SOC, SIP design

·   Multiprocessor systems

·   Embedded systems

·   Wireless systems

·   Network on Chip

·   Analog, Mixed Signal and RF systems

·   MEMS and MOEMS systems

·   Low Voltage and Low Power systems

·   Innovative technologies

·   Synthesis (physical, logic)

·   Simulation, Validation and Verification

·   3D integration

·   Hardware Security

·   FPGA design

·   Nanoelectronics

·   Device modeling

·   Material characterization

·   Failure analysis

·   New components

·   Packaging

·   Process technology

·   Reliability issues

·   3D integration

 

·   Defect and fault modeling

·   Analog and Mixed Signal testing

·   MEMS/MOEMS testing

·   SOC and SIP testing

·   Delay testing

·   Memory testing

·   Fault Simulation, ATPG

·   DFT, BIST and BISR

·   On-line testing and fault tolerant systems

·   ATE issues

·   Alternative test strategies

·   3D testing

·   Test and Security Issues

 

 

Organizers: DTIS’16 is organized by Bahcesehir University, Istanbul and Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey, and sponsored by IEEE CEDA.

Best Paper award: A best paper award will be given during the conference.

Journal Special Issue: A selection of the best papers presented in the Conference will be considered for publication in a Special Issue of the Microelectronics Journal.

Papers Submission: Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research work to DTIS’16. Paper submissions should be complete manuscripts. The paper must clearly indicate the area, main results and contributions. The manuscript should follow the instructions included in the author’s kit at the conference web site. Submitted articles should be in PDF format and uploaded to the on-line submission system.Submissions will be considered as evidence that, upon acceptance, the corresponding author assumes responsibility of preparing the final version in due time and, also, the commitment of registration and presentation of the paper at the conference. Accepted papers will be submitted to the IEEE Explore.

 

Proposals for Special Session:Proposals for original, high-quality Special Sessions addressing innovative research, highlighting significant topics and emerging issues, related to the conference theme, are welcome. Special session proposals should not exceed two pages, should describe the topic and intended audience, and a short bio of organizer(s). All special session proposals should be sent to Lukas Sekanina, at sekanina@fit.vutbr.cz by December 10, 2015.