For more than 30 years the IEEE International System-on-Chip Conference (SOCC) has been the premier forum for sharing the latest advancements in SoC architecture, systems, logic and circuit design, process technology, test, design tools, and applications. We proudly continue this tradition with the 2018 conference in Crystal City, Arlington, VA, in the heart of the Washington DC Metro Area.
The 31st SOCC offers a three-day technical program including keynote and plenary speeches, oral and poster presentations, hot-topic panel sessions, and a full day of tutorials held by experts in the field. In addition, SOCC has a long tradition of high-class social events complementing the technical program, helping you to discuss your work with your colleagues, and enhancing your professional network.
Call for paper
Papers are invited which address new and previously unpublished results in all areas related to SoC, including but not limited to:
Circuits and Systems:
RF, analog, mixed-signal — Biomedical — Wireline & wireless communication — Digital signal processing (DSP) — Memory systems — Reconfigurable and programmable circuits
Low Power Design:
“Green” circuits & systems — Low power methodologies — Power/energy/ thermal aware architecture design — Multi-domain power/energy management — Energy harvesting
On-chip interconnect — Network on Chip (NoC) and multicore architectures — Memory architecture for multicore computing — 3D-IC — Heterogeneous computing — Parallel programming and software models
HW-SW co-design, reconfiguration and debug — System level design methodology and tools — Heterogeneous design flows — Design validation and verification— Design for Testability, test synthesis, embedded test
Application Specific Design:
SoC for automotive systems — Embedded computing and Internet of Things (IoT) —High-performance mobile SoCs — Security — Real-time, high reliability and safety SoCs— Imaging and Vision — Cloud Solutions
Emerging and Evolutionary Solutions:
Many-core architectures — General purpose GPU (GPGPU) computing — FPGA accelerated computing — Server on a Chip — Cortical processors — Neuronal and
neuromorphic computing — Quantum computing — Futuristic development and optimization tools.