International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design
会议地点: Boston, MA, USA
The International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED) is the premier forum for presentation of innovative research in all aspects of low power electronics and design, ranging from process technologies and analog/digital circuits, simulation and synthesis tools, system-level design and optimization, to system software and applications.
1. Technology, Circuits, and Architecture
Low-power technologies for device, interconnect, logic, memory, 2.5/3D, cooling, harvesting, sensors, optical, printable, biomedical, battery, and alternative energy storage devices.
Low-power digital circuits for logic, memory, reliability, clocking, power gating, resiliency, near-threshold and subthreshold, variability, and digital assist schemes; Low-power analog/mixed-signal circuits for wireless, RF, MEMS, AD/DA Converters, I/O, PLLs/DLLS, imaging, DC-DC converters, and analog assist schemes.
1.3. Logic and Architecture
Low-power logic and microarchitecture for SoC designs, processor cores (compute, graphics and other special purpose cores), cache, memory, arithmetic/Signal processing, cryptography, variability, asynchronous design, and non-conventional computing.
2. CAD, Systems, and Software
2.1. CAD Tools and Methodologies
CAD tools and methodologies for low-power and thermalaware design addressing power estimation, optimization, reliability and variation impact on power, and power-down approaches at all levels of design abstraction: physical, circuit, gate, register transfer, behavior, and algorithm.
2.2. Systems and Platforms
Low-power, power-aware, and thermal-aware system design including data-center power delivery and cooling, Platforms for SoCs, embedded systems, approximate and brain-inspired computing, Internet-of-Things (IoT), wearable computing, body-area networks, wireless sensor networks, and system-level power implications due to reliability and variability.
2.3. Software and Applications
Energy-efficient, energy-aware, and thermal-aware software and application design including scheduling and management, power optimizations through HW/SW interactions, and emerging software low-power applications.
3. Industrial Design Track
ISLPED’20 solicits papers for an “Industrial Design” track to reinforce interaction between the academic research community and industry. Industrial Design track papers have the same submission deadline as regular papers and should focus on similar topics, but are expected to provide a complementary perspective to academic research by focusing on challenges, solutions, and lessons learnt while implementing industrial-scale designs. Industrial design papers that focus on any of the topics mentioned in the tracks above are welcome.