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 Spring 2006

 

Date/Time 

Location

Speaker

Title/Abstract

Slides/Papers

Feb 1,  5pm

ACES 2.402

Dr. Tom Williams

Design For Testability:
The Path to Deep Submicron

NA

Feb 10,  2:30 pm

ACES 6.304

Prof. Subhasish Mitra

Built-In Soft Error Resilience for Robust System Design

NA

Mar 3,  

4 pm

ACES 2.302

Avaya Auditorium

Dr. Sani R. Nassif

Impact of variability on power

pdf

April 21,  

3 pm

ACES 6.304

Prof. Kaushik Roy

Design in the Nanometer Regime: From Devices to System
Architecture

NA

April 26,  

5 pm

ACES 6.402

Prof. Yehia Massoud

Towards High Performance and Nanoscale System-on-Chip Design

NA

May 3,  

2 pm

ACES 2.302

Avaya Auditorium

Dr. Dileep Bhandarkar

Multi-Core Microprocessor Chips: Motivation and Challenges

pdf

May 9,  

10 am

ACES 2.402

Prof. Lawrence T. Pileggi

Circuits and Design Methodologies for Scaled CMOS Technologies

NA

May 9,  

5 pm

ACES 2.402

Prof. Igor Markov

Improving Place-and-Route Results by Optimizing Steiner-tree Length in Placement

pdf

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.


Previous Talks

Fall 2005

Spring 2005

Fall 2004

Spring 2004

Fall 2003


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