DAC ARCHIVE INDEXES
WORKSHOPS & COLOCATED
BY TOPIC AREA
- International Workshop on SLIP
- NASA/ESA Conference on AHS 2009
- Microelectronic Systems Education
- 2nd IEEE International Workshop on HOST
- 7th IEEE Symposium on Application Specific Processors
- IEEE/ACM Symposium on Nanoscale Architectures
- 3rd IEEE International Workshop on DFM&Y 2009
- North American SystemC Users Group
- Low-Power Coalition Workshop
- DFM Workshop - DFM Challenges at Sub-45nm Design
- Design Automation Summer School 2009
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- 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 January 15, 2009 to March 12, 2009.
- Panel Committee Admin
To reach the DAC Panel Committee review site only. Open November 3, 2008 to March 12, 2009.
- SDC Judges Login
For Student Design Contest Judges. Open December 16, 2008 to March 12, 2009.
- User Track Committee Review Login
To reach the DAC User Track paper review site only. Open January 9, 2009 to March 12, 2009.
- Call for Papers
Submit your work to the 46th Design Automation Conference (DAC), and get international recognition and prestige for work well done! Nine types of submissions are invited: Regular Papers, Special Sessions, Panels, Tutorials, Student Design Contest, Workshops, WACI (Wild and Crazy Ideas), User Track and Colocated 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 and special sessions.
- DAC Prep
An online resource for speakers, panelists, chairs and tutorial presenters to help them prepare for DAC.
- Reviewer Login
To reach the paper review site only. Open January 16, 2009 to February 21, 2009. How to Review a DAC paper
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Your exhibit materials and displays are your property. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that you take every precaution to protect this material.
Here are a few suggestions:
- Ship in locked trunks or crates and sturdy containers.
- If cartons are used, be sure that they are securely taped or banded and under no circumstances marked on the outside the name or type of articles contained therein.
- Ship with a qualified trucker or forwarder.
- All exhibitors should take extra precaution, even during the show, if they have highly sensitive and proprietary information stored on their computers.
- Securely fasten all lightweight high-theft-risk items such as laptop computers, cameras, calculators, stereos, etc., to display boards or lock in showcases. Personal items of value should never be left in an unattended exhibit.
- Be sure to furnish your shipping company with an accurate account and a complete bill of lading.
- Do not leave your booth unattended during set-up or move-out periods.
- Cover your display after set-up and each night before you leave.
- Do not leave exhibit materials under tables or displays.
- Never leave materials in containers to be stored with empties.
- At the close of the exhibit, be sure to pack as quickly as possible and do not leave your space unattended during this period.
- Have one of your employees remain in your space with your shipment until it is actually picked up by a Material Handling Contractor.
- Use black shrink wrap.
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