CFP: 5th Annual MAPLD International Conference 
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 CFP: 5th Annual MAPLD International Conference

                       First Call for Papers

                2002 MAPLD International Conference

                     Kossiakoff Conference Center
     The Johns Hopkins University - Applied Physics Laboratory
                       11100 Johns Hopkins Road
                      Laurel, Maryland 20723-6099

                         September 10-12, 2002

 Abstracts are now being solicited for the 5th annual MAPLD
International
 Conference.  Programmable devices and technologies, as well as digital
 engineering and related fields, will comprise the major emphasis of
this
 Conference geared towards military and aerospace applications.

 The Technical Program will consist of {*filter*}and poster technical
 presentations and Industrial and Government Exhibits.  We are planning
 an exciting program with presentations by Government, industry,
academia,
 and consultants, including talks by select Invited Speakers.  Select
 papers will be published in the AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets.
 This conference is open to US and foreign participation and is
 unclassified.  For conference information, please see the
  http://www.*-*-*.com/ .

 We are especially interested in papers emphasizing design and analysis
 techniques with respect to reliability and fault tolerance,
 high-performance, and low power for digital circuits. Papers on
 state-of-the-art military and aerospace applications and lessons
 learned are also strongly encouraged.  As in past years, we expect a
 large number of papers on programmable logic, digital engineering, and
 components.  We will continue our series of Invited History Talks.

 Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions: For the first time, at 2001 MAPLD
 International Conference, a "birds-of-a-feather" session on
 reconfigurable computing was held.  The BOF sessions will continue as
 an MAPLD feature, and we are soliciting proposals for such sessions.
 If you would like to lead a session, please submit your idea with
 session title, a brief description, and contact information to

 Seminars and Tutorials will be again be offered (with a separate
 registration).  Seminars and tutorials will be on September 9th, 2002.

 Topics include (but are not limited to) the following:

     Design and Analysis
          CPU
          Logic
          Low-Power Techniques
          High-Speed Techniques
     Applications
          Military (Ground, airborne, artillery, etc.)
          Spaceborne
          Arithmetic and Signal Processing
          Encryption Systems
     Devices
          Advanced Devices, Technologies, and Software and Their
             Impact on Critical System Reliability
          Programmable Technologies and State-of-the-Art Devices and
             Programmable Elements
          Device Architecture
     Systems and Software
          System-on-Chip
          Software Tools for Design/Analysis - HDLs, Synthesis,
             Design Entry Systems
          Translation from High Level Languages
          Intellectual Property
     Reliability
          Experience and "Lessons Learned" from Mission Experience
          Radiation Effects, Device Reliability and Element
             Characteristics
          Fault Tolerance
          Use of COTS Devices in the Military and Spaceflight
             Environment
          Testing and Analysis Techniques
          Advanced Packaging including Known-Good-Die, MCMs, and
             chip-scale packaging.
     Adaptive Computing Systems
          Evolvable Hardware
          Reconfigurable Computing

 The conference is sponsored by:

     NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
     JHU/Applied Physics Laboratory
     National Security Agency
     Electronics Radiation Characterization Project
     Digital Engineering Institute
     Military & Aerospace Programmable Logic Users Group
     American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
     IEEE Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society (AESS)
     Air Force Research Laboratory

 For more conference information, please see the MAPLD pages
 on http://www.*-*-*.com/ or contact:

     Richard Katz - Conference Chair
     NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

     Tel: (301) 286-9705

     Alan W. Hunsberger - Conference Co-Chair
     National Security Agency

     Tel: (301) 688-0692

     Ann Darrin - Conference Co-Chair
     Johns Hopkins University
     Applied Physics Laboratory

     Tel: (240) 228-4952

     Tanya Vladimirova - Conference Co-Chair for the AIAA
        Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets.
     University of Surrey

     +44(0)1483 879137

     Conference Co-Chair, European Liaison
     Hans Tiggeler

 Abstracts should be approximately 2 pages long.  Please send abstracts

 named using this format: LastName_A.ext  - where last name is the name
 of the first author - e.g., Katz_A.txt.  Please include first author
 information for point of contact (name, affiliation, phone number, and
 e-mail address).   All abstracts must be unclassified.

 Abstracts are due May 28th, 2002.  Late papers will be accepted for the
 Poster Session, only.  The program will be announced no later than
 July 3, 2002.


 and should include company name and contact information (phone and
 email).  Please see Conference www site for additional information.



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