DAC ARCHIVE INDEXES
- Nanoarch '08
- MEMOCODE - Site closed
- Workshop on Hardware-oriented Security and Trust (HOST)
- Gigascale Systems Research Center Quarterly Workshop
- 6th IEEE Symposium on Application Specific Processors
- 7th Symposium on Electronic System-level Design with SystemC
- Global Semiconductor Test Consortium Conference (GSC)
- EDA Consortium Executive Reception
SUNDAY, June 08, 2008 4:30 - 7:30pm
- 2007 ACM Turing Award Winner Lecture
MONDAY, June 09, 2008, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
- IEEE Council on EDA's Distinguished Speaker Lecture and Lunch
TUESDAY - June 10, 2008, 12:00 - 2:00pm
- EDA Consortium Executive Reception
- Additional Meetings
Email Emily Taylor
- Executive Committee Admin
For DAC Executive Committee only. This administrative site is available year-round.
- TPC Login
To reach the DAC Technical Program Committee paper review site only. Open between Dec. 13, 2007 and April 1, 2008
- Panel Committee Admin
To reach the DAC Panel Committee review site only. Open between Nov. 1, 2007 and April 1, 2008
- SDC Judges Login
For Student Design Contest Judges. Open between Dec. 13, 2007 and April 1, 2008
- Call for Papers
Submit your work to next year’s Design Automation Conference (DAC) and get international recognition and prestige for work well done! Eight types of submissions are invited: Regular Papers, Special Sessions, Panels, Tutorials, Student Design Contest, Workshops, WACI, and Collocated Events.
- Submission Deadlines, How-to Guides & Submission Links
For more information on how to submit regular papers, panels, tutorials, hands-on tutorials, Student Design Contest papers, iDesign papers and special sessions.
- DAC Prep
An online resources for speakers, panelists, chairs and tutorial presenters to help them prepare for DAC.
On-Line Registration has closed for the 45th DAC.
Please check back in April 2009.
How to Register
For information on faxing your registration, promo codes specials, Exhibitor Full Free Registration and Exhibitor Booth Staff registration.
- Registration Details
Detailed pricing, what each type of registration includes, refund and cancelation policies, and on-site hours.
- Membership Discount
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- Travel Visa Info
Conference attendees from outside the United States are urged to begin their visa application early. The waiting time can be long and varies from country to country.
- Scholarship for DAC Alumni between Employment
45th DAC WACI Call For Papers
Wild and Crazy Ideas (WACI) at DAC 2008
Submit a paper to the new WACI track at DAC and demonstrate your long-term vision! The WACI track will feature novel (and even unproven) technical ideas that create a buzz and get people talking. The aim of WACI is to promote revolutionary and way-out ideas that inspire and generate discussion among conference attendees.
How does a WACI paper differ from a regular submission? A typical DAC paper explores a specific technology problem and proposes a complete solution to it, with a full table of
results. In contrast, a WACI paper would present less developed, but highly innovative
ideas related to areas relevant to DAC.
What makes a WACI paper?
- A description of a genuinely forward-looking, radical and innovative idea in the area
of electronic design or electronic design automation. Controversy is good,
incrementalism is bad.
- A writeup of no more than two pages.
- A logical exposition of the idea accompanied by insights or back-of-the-envelope calculations that show the promise of the proposed concept.
- Fewer experimental results than a DAC paper – just enough to demonstrate a proof of concept of your idea! If you have complete results, you probably want to submit a regular paper.
Break the mold, shift the paradigm, and think outside the box. But do avoid clichés: we
are looking for true innovation!