VLSI-L11: SoC Design Technology

Session Type: Lecture
Time: Tuesday, May 25, 11:15 - 12:45
Location: Junior Ballroom A/B
Co-Chairs: Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske, Portland State University and John Lach, University of Virginia
 
VLSI-L11.1: ARBITRATE-AND-MOVE PRIMITIVES FOR HIGH THROUGHPUT ON-CHIP INTERCONNECTION NETWORKS
         Aydin Balkan; University of Maryland
         Gang Qu; University of Maryland
         Uzi Vishkin; University of Maryland
 
VLSI-L11.2: SUBSTRATE NOISE-AWARE FLOORPLANNING FOR MIXED-SIGNAL SOCS
         Marcin Jeske; Portland State University
         Grzegorz Blakiewicz; Portland State University
         Malgorzata Chrzanowska-Jeske; Portland State University
         Benyi Wang; Portland State University
 
VLSI-L11.3: PARAMETERIZED SOC DESIGN FOR PORTABLE SYSTEMS.
         Sumant Bhutoria; Arizona State University
         Chaitali Chakrabarti; Arizona State University
 
VLSI-L11.4: A 0.18ΜM IMPLEMENTATION OF A FLOATING-POINT UNIT FOR A PROCESSING-IN-MEMORY SYSTEM
         Taek-Jun Kwon; USC Information Sciences Institute
         Joong-Seok Moon; Apple Computer, Inc.
         Jeff Sondeen; USC Information Sciences Institute
         Jeff Draper; USC Information Sciences Institute
 
VLSI-L11.5: POWER-AWARE IMPLEMENTATION OF ASIC/SOC IN 0.13 MICRON CMOS TECHNOLOGY
         Aleksandar Pance; QuickSilver Technology, Inc.
         Madan Mohan; QuickSilver Technology, Inc.
         Paul Master; QuickSilver Technology, Inc.
 

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