Call for Sponsors and Speakers
The SoC Conference
Technical Advisory Board and Organizing Committee are seeking submissions on
all aspects of IC & IP Design and Development, Semiconductor Technology,
Mixed-Signal design, FPGA Solutions, ASSP, ASIC, Analog Design Techniques,
High-Speed Interfaces and Challenges, CPU/DSP/MCU Cores, Leading-Edge IPs,
Network-on-Chip (NoC), Leading 14 nm Foundries and Designs, Sub 10 nm Design
Challenges, SOI Possibilities, Understanding FinFETs, IP Design and
Development, IP Reusability, Design for Testing (DFT), Design for
Manufacturing (DFM), Chip Design and Verification, 3D-Packaging, Low-Power
Design Techniques, EDA Tools and Solutions for complex SoC Platforms, EDA
Tools for Analog and Mixed-Signal Designs, New Design Methodologies and
Approaches, Technology and Business Challenges, and much more.
Important Information & Date
1. Please submit your proposed abstract for a 25-min technical
PowerPoint presentation (1-2 short paragraphs in MS Word –no paper is
required) along with the presenter’s picture and bio to the SoC
Conference Technical Advisory Board (TAB) and SoC Conference Organizing
Committee for review and consideration to: SoC@SoCconference.com.
2. If you like to propose an idea for a Panel Discussion, please send us
your suggestion (1-2 short paragraphs in MS Word) describing the panel
topic, intended audience, and include a list of suggested participants.
Please submit your Panel suggestion to: SoC@SoCconference.com.
3. If your organization would like to arrange a ˝ day or a full day
Workshop at this targeted conference, please send us your workshop
suggestion (1-2 short paragraphs in MS Word) describing topic, length of
the workshop, and intended audience. Please submit your Workshop
suggestion to: SoC@SoCconference.com.
4. IEEE-OC Student Design Contest Submissions (sponsored by IEEE SSCS-OC
chapter), the contest promotes excellence in the engineering- and
computer science-related designs within an academic environment and
provides a forum in which undergraduate/graduate engineering and
computer science students’ ingenuity can be shared with an audience of
academic/industrial technical experts. The participating students will
present their designs through posters at the 12th International SoC
Conference. Students must submit their project abstracts by
Wednesday, October 1, 2014, to: SoC@SoCconference.com.
For more information or questions, please contact SoC Organizing
Committee: SoC@SoCconference.com - 949-851-174
DATES TO REMEMBER:
Monday, August 4, 2014: Abstract acceptance notifications.
Monday, October 6, 2014: All presentations are due.
“As the industry continues
its relentless drive to smaller and smaller geometries, deep technology
understanding and strategic business engagements are required to deliver the
innovative and complex System-on-Chip (SoC) solutions to a demanding
market,” said Professor Michael Green, Chairman of Department of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Irvine. “The
annual International System-on-Chip (SoC) Conferences have been an
outstanding forum to gather the leading-edge technologies and products from
industry leaders and highly-recognized academia into a two-day SoC
Conference for those who are involved in designing complex ICs and IPs,
researchers, semiconductor and EDA technologists, analysts, and students
across the world.”
Don't Miss Out!
The 12th International System-on-Chip (SoC) Conference, Exhibit, and
The Theme for This Year’s
Conference Is “Innovative SoCs, Empowering the Communications Market.”
Last Year's (2013):
SoC Conference In Pictures. . .