THE COMPUTER ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTER

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN

UT VLSI Seminar Series

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The VLSI Seminar Series is organized by the Integrated Circuits and Systems group at the University of Texas at Austin.  The goal is to provide an open forum for faculty, graduate students and local industry experts to share new ideas and directions in the general area of large-scale integrated circuits. It is held on a fortnightly basis

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Schedule for Fall 2005

 

Date/Time 

Location

Speaker

Title/Abstract

Slides/Papers

Sep 1,  5pm

ACES 2.402

Raul Camposano

Testing Chips, Masks, Processes: DFM and Test

NA

Sep 7,  5pm

ACES 2.402

Ali Keshavarzi

Circuit Design Challenges for Scaled CMOS Technologies

NA

Sep 28, 5pm

ACES 2.402

Prof. Kartik Mohanram

Design of SEU-resilient combinational logic circuits

NA

Oct 10 (Monday), 5pm

ACES 2.402

Prof. Malgorzata Marek-Sadowska

Pre-layout wire-length predictions and applications

NA

Oct 14 (Friday), 11 am

ACES 2.402

Prof. Lawrence T. Pileggi

Regular Circuit Fabrics for CMOS Design at Nanoscale

NA

Nov 7 (Monday), 10:30 am

ACES  3.418

Dr. Sandeep Kumar Goel

On-Chip Test Infrastructure Design for High-Throughput Multi-Site Testing of SOCs

NA

Dec 8 (Thursday), 5 pm

ACES  2.402

Prof. Todd Austin

Better Than Worst-Case Design

NA

Maps


Organization

Comments? Need to schedule a seminar? Please contact Michael Orshansky or David Z. Pan.

This seminar series is jointly organized by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Computer Engineering Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin.


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Spring 2005

Fall 2004

Spring 2004

Fall 2003


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Last modified 10/31/2005 by Anand Ramalingam