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 Async96 CALL FOR PAPERS

                SECOND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON
      ADVANCED RESEARCH IN ASYNCHRONOUS CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS

                       Sponsored by:
      The IEEE Computer Society  Technical Committee on VLSI
               The IEICE Technical Group on VLSI Design

                   in cooperation with:
                       IFIP WG 10.5
               The University of Aizu, Japan

                  AIZU-WAKAMATSU, FUKUSHIMA, JAPAN
                       MARCH 18 - 21, 1996

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                     *   CALL FOR PAPERS   *
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 The Second International Symposium on Advanced Research in Asynchronous
Circuits and Systems is being organized as a forum for disseminating
advanced research results on asynchronous circuit and system design.
  A major goal of this symposium is to articulate emerging focal areass,
and thereby foster research growth.  Special emphasis will
be given to industrial applications and mature CAD tools. To this end,
papers are being sought on all aspects of asynchronous circuit and system
design, as well as in the following focal areas (in no specific order of
priority):

 --- Industrial Applications of Asynchronous Design
 --- Hybrid Synchro-Asynchronous Systems
 --- CAD Tools for Asynchronous Design
 --- Testing/Design-for-Testability of Asynchronous Circuits
 --- Noise Immunity in Asynchronous Digital Circuits
 --- Low-Power Techniques
 --- High Performance Asynchronous Circuits
 --- Hazard-Free Logic Synthesis and Optimization
 --- Design of Asynchronous State Machines
 --- Metastability and Related Issues
 --- Formal Methods for Asynchronous Design
 --- Petri-Nets, Trace Theory and Related Formalisms
 --- High-Level Synthesis of Asynchronous Circuits and Systems
 --- Asynchronous Design in Commercial HDL Environment
 --- Verification of Asynchronous Circuits and Systems
 --- Asynchronous Datapath and Processor Design
 --- Practical Design Examples
 --- Future Trends (Optical Computing, Neural Networks, Nanotechnology, etc.)

Submissions:
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Submitted papers should be no more than 15 pages in 11-point font (or
equivalent) with a 60-word abstract, and should include a cover page with
authors' physical and e-mail addresses, phone and FAX numbers.  Prospective
authors should submit papers by October 10, 1995 in one of the following forms:
(1) Send six single-sided copies of the manuscript with a cover-page to:
          Alexander Taubin (Async96)
          THE UNIVERSITY OF AIZU  
          Tsuruga, Ikki-machi, Aizu-Wakamatsu City
          Fukushima, 965-80 Japan


Accepted papers will appear in a published proceedings.

Important Dates:
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Papers due:                     October 10, 1995
Notification of acceptance by:  December 1, 1995
Final Version by:               January 5, 1996
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Information : from the University of Aizu

                                Phone :         (+81) 242 37 2557      
                                Fax :           (+81) 242 37 2744
on the World Wide Web at URL:   http://www.*-*-*.com/

Symposium Officers
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General  Chair

Conference Co-Chairs:
   Takashi Nanya (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan,


            tel. +81-242-37-2557, fax: +81-242-37-2744)

Program  Co-Chairs:
   Luciano Lavagno (Politecnico di Torino, Italy, Cadence Berkeley, USA,


            tel. +81-242-37-2572, fax: +81-242-37-2744)

Publication Chair:

Publicity Chair:

Finance/Registration Chair :

Local Arrangement Chair:

Tutorial/CAD booth Chair:

Industry relations:


US industry representative/chair:

US academy representative/chair:

European representative/chair :

Program Committee:
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     Kunihiro Asada (Japan)           Vyacheslav Marakhovsky (Japan)
     Graham Birtwistle (UK)           Charles Molnar (USA)
     Steven Burns (USA)               Steven Nowick (USA)
     Tam-Anh Chu (USA)                Takuji Okamoto (Japan)
     Jordi Cortadella (Spain)         Martin Rem (The Netherlands)
     David Dill (USA)                 Jens Sparso (Denmark)
     Jo Ebergen   (Canada)            Robert Sproull (USA)
     Ran Ginossar (Israel)            Pasupathy Subrahmanyam (USA)
     Ganesh Gopalakrishnan (USA)      Jan Tijmen Udding (The Netherlands)
     Mark Greenstreet (Canada)        Stephen Unger (USA)
     Mark Josephs (UK)                Peter Vanbekbergen (USA)
     Sadatoshi Kumagai (Japan)        Kees van Berkel (The Netherlands)
     Bill Lin (Belgium)               Victor Varshavsky (Japan)
     Alain Martin (USA)               Alex Yakovlev (UK)
                                      Tomohiro Yoneda (Japan)

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Kind regards

Alexander Taubin

THE UNIVERSITY OF AIZU                   phone   +81-242-37-2572 (office)        
Tsuruga, Ikki-machi, Aizu-Wakamatsu City fax     +81-242-37-2744        

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