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.

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Schedule for Spring 2007

 

Date/Time 

Location

Speaker

Title/Abstract

Slides/Papers

Feb 15,  

5:30 pm

ACES 6.304

Brian A. Moore

Hundred of Cores: Verification Challenges Beyond Quad-Core CPUs

 

  Feb 21,

5 pm

ACES 2.402

Dr. Emrah Acar

Self-Consistent Analysis of Chip Power, Voltage and Temperature

 

  Feb 28,

5 pm

ACES 2.402

Dr. Steven Burns

Comparative Analysis of Conventional and Statistical Design Techniques

 

Mar 7,  

5 pm

ACES 6.304

Dr. Charles J. Alpert

The Nuts and Bolts of Physical Synthesis

 

Mar 21,  

2 pm

ACES 6.304

Dr. Chandu Visweswariah

Statistical Techniques for Robust Digital Design

 

  Mar 28,

3 pm

ACES Auditorium

Dr. Shawn Searles

An Integrated Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processor

 

  Mar 29,

2 pm

ACES 2.402

Prof. Sung Kyu Lim

Physical Design Automation for Fast and Reliable 3D circuits

 

 

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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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