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MEMOCODE 2013 : Eleventh ACM/IEEE International Conference on Formal Methods and Models for Codesign

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Conference Series : International Conference on Formal Methods and Models for Co-Design
 
Link: http://memocode.irisa.fr/2013/
 
When Oct 18, 2013 - Oct 20, 2013
Where Portland, Oregon
Abstract Registration Due Jul 17, 2013
Submission Deadline Jul 24, 2013
Notification Due Aug 21, 2013
Final Version Due Sep 18, 2013
Categories    formal methods   codesign   verification
 

Call For Papers

SCOPE

The eleventh MEMOCODE conference will attract researchers and practitioners who create methods, tools, and architectures for the design of hardware/software systems. These systems face increasing design complexity including tighter constraints on timing, power, costs, and reliability. MEMOCODE seeks submissions that present novel formal methods and design techniques addressing these issues to create, refine, and verify hardware/software systems. We also invite application-oriented papers, and especially encourage submissions that highlight the design perspective of formal methods and models, including success stories and demonstrations of hardware/software codesign. Furthermore, we invite poster presentations describing ongoing work with promising preliminary results.

IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract submission deadline: TBA
Paper submission deadline: one week later
Notification of acceptance: one month later
Final Version for Papers: one month later

TOPICS

Topics of interest for regular submissions include but are not limited to

system and transaction-level modeling and verification, abstraction and refinement between different modeling levels, formal, semi-formal, and specification-driven verification,
design and verification methods for composition of concurrent systems: multi-core platform architectures, systems-on-chip, networks-on-chip,
formal methods and tools for hardware and software verification including theorem proving, decision procedures,
non-traditional and domain-specific design languages for hardware and software, novel models of computation, and new design paradigms that unify hardware and software design,
system-level estimation of performance and power in heterogeneous hardware/software architectures,
applications and demonstrators of formal design methodologies and case studies of innovative system-level design flows,
modeling and reuse of intellectual property at system-level, and design abstraction and high-level design demonstrating productivity and quality in generating and validating RTL and software.

SUBMISSIONS

Submissions of research and experience papers will only be accepted through the conference website. Papers must not exceed 10 pages and must be formatted following IEEE Computer Society guidelines. Submissions must be written in English, describe original work, and not substantially overlap papers that have been published or are being submitted to a journal or another conference with published proceedings

WEBSITE http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=memocode2013

DESIGN CONTEST

Information on the MEMOCODE 2013 popular design contest will be made available here.
PROCEEDINGS

Conference proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society.

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