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DATES 2022Design, automation and testing in Europe
March 14, 2022 – March 23, 2022Antwerp, Belgium19. September 2021 (12. September 2021)
DATES 2021Design, Automate and Test in Europe conference.
1 February 2021 - 5 February 2021Grenoble, France21. September 2020 (14. September 2020)
DATES 2020Design, automation and testing in Europe
March 9, 2020 – March 13, 2020Grenoble, France8. September 2019
DATA 2019Design, automation and testing in Europe
March 25, 2019 – March 29, 2019Florence9. September 2018
DATA 2017Design, automation and testing in Europe
March 27, 2017 – March 31, 2017Lausanne, Switzerland11. September 2016
DATA 2016Design automation and testing in Europe
March 14, 2016 – March 18, 2016Dresden, Germany13. September 2015
DATA 2015Design, automation and testing in Europe
March 9, 2015 r. - March 13, 2015 rGrenoble, France14. September 2014
DATA 2014Design automation and testing in Europe
March 24, 2014 – March 28, 2014Dresden, Germany13. September 2013
DATA 2013Design automation and testing in Europe
March 19, 2013 r. - March 22, 2013 rGrenoble, France14. September 2012 (9. September 2012)
DATA 2012Design, automation and testing in Europe
March 12, 2012 r. - March 16, 2012 rDresden - Germany11. September 2011
DATA 2011Design, automation and testing in Europe
March 14, 2011 r. - March 18, 2011 rGrenoble, France5. September 2010
DATA 2010Design, automation and testing in Europe
March 8, 2010 – March 12, 2010Dresden, Germany6. September 2009
DATA 2009Design, automation and testing in Europe, embedded software path
20. April 2009 – 24. April 2009Beautiful France7. September 2008

DATA 2022 - Call for Papers

The DATE conference is the leading European event bringing together designers and users of design automation, researchers and suppliers, and specialists in the design, test and production of hardware and software, circuits and electronic systems. DATE has a strong focus on technology and systems, including integrated circuits/SoCs, reconfigurable hardware and embedded systems, and embedded software.

The multi-day event consists of a conference with regular articles complemented by panels, hot-topic sessions, tutorials, workshops, special days and keynotes from executives. The event will also include the youth program, the university scholarship and the dissemination of multi-partner projects on innovative research activities, thus promoting networking and information exchange on relevant topics, the latest research results and career opportunities.

DATE 2022 is the 25th edition of the event, a meeting place for researchers, young professionals and industry partners to present their research results and discuss current developments and future trends, with a special focus on social interaction.

DATE organizes its 2022 event in a special format as the Covid-19 situation improves but safety measures and restrictions in Europe and worldwide remain uncertain in the coming months. With a renewed event post-pandemic, DATE 2022 will host a two-day live event in Antwerp to reunite the community, followed by other fully online activities over the following days. This format combines the experience of presence with the possibilities of online activities and supports networking and social interaction around an exciting program of selected lectures and panels on new topics to complement DATE's traditionally high-quality scientific, technical and educational activities.

The conference covers all aspects of electrical engineering and (embedded) systems research. It includes the design process, tests, and tools to automate the design of electronic products, from integrated circuits to large distributed systems. This applies to both hardware and firmware issues. Conference topics also include the development of design requirements and new architectures for demanding application areas such as telecommunications, wireless communications, multimedia, healthcare and automotive systems. Innovative practitioners of industrial design are particularly encouraged to submit entries to receive feedback from design to research.
Special lectures and panels on new topics

The research area will be complemented by a series of focused sessions on emerging topics, creating new challenges for the community, with presentations and interactions on interesting and topical issues, for both live and online events.
Giovanni De Micheli and Marco Casale Rossi.
Focus on quantum and neuromorphic computing

The emergence of the fields of quantum computing and neuromorphic computing is triggering paradigm shifts in computing. In order to realize their full potential, these technologies require new, innovative architectures, state-of-the-art materials and special hardware and software. Focused conversations on these topics provide an opportunity to hear from leaders in these fields about the latest advances that are helping to make these technologies a reality.
Aida Todri-Saniel von Anne Matsuura
Focus on interpretable designs for edge computing systems based on artificial intelligence and nanoelectronics in the age of IoT 2.0

Our society is developing to such an extent that objects and people are almost permanently connected and exchange information. Dubbed the Internet of Things (IoT), this scenario is the result of the convergence of the development and integration of communications, computing, sensing and the new wave of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. In addition, advances in nanoelectronics have the potential to enable a new generation of autonomous sensor nodes that run complex AI algorithms on board, so-called edge computing AI systems. This new concept of IoT (or IoT 2.0) has the potential to enable surveillance and discrete response in our daily life in all application areas such as personalized healthcare and Industry 4.0. Lectures on these topics will address the latest trends towards alternative AI edge architectures and design paradigms using nanoelectronics technology and discuss how to advance the challenges of ethics and interpretability of AI results for the benefit of society in IoT 2.0 .
David Patience and Ayse K. Coscun
Special initiative "Design of Autonomous Systems"

DATE 2022 will also offer a dedicated autonomous systems design initiative in due course.
Driven by advances in artificial intelligence, autonomous systems are increasingly becoming an integral part of many Internet of Things (IoT) and cyber-physical systems (CPS) applications, such as automated driving, robotics, avionics, industrial automation, and intelligent systems in general. . Autonomous systems are autonomous, self-adapting systems designed to operate in an open and evolving environment that is not fully defined at the design stage. This presents a unique challenge for the design and verification of reliable autonomous systems. DATE's dedicated Autonomous Systems Design initiative will include peer-reviewed articles, special sessions and interactive sessions dedicated to these challenges. For more details and a specific call for applications, please visit:
Selmy Saidi and Rolfa Ernsta
Subject areas to be submitted

Within the conference, the main focus areas are divided into the following areas. Contributions can be submitted on any track topic.

Track D: Design Methods and Tools covers design automation, design tools and hardware architectures for electronic and embedded systems. The focus is on methods, algorithms and tools related to the use of computers in the design of complete systems. Tor focuses on significant enhancements to existing design methodologies and tools, as well as a forward-thinking approach to modeling and designing future system architectures, design flows, and environments.

This piece is divided into the following themes:

Specification and modeling of the D1 system. Click here for details
D2 system-level design methods and high-level synthesis. Click here for details
Simulation and validation of the D3 system. Click here for details
DT4 design and test of analog and mixed-signal and MEMS circuits and systems, click here for details
Design and test the basic security elements of DT5 devices. Click here for details
DT6 Designing and testing secure systems. Click here for details
D7 Formal Methods and Verification. Click here for details
D8 network-on-chip and on-chip communication. Click here for details
D9 Architectural and Microarchitectural Design, click here for details
D10 Energy-saving, energy-saving and heat-saving design. Click here for details
D11 Estimated Calculations. Click here for details
Reconfigurable Systems D12. Click here for details
D13 Logical and physical analysis and design. Click here for details
D14 New design technologies for future computers. Click here for details
D15 New design technologies for future memories. Click here for details

Track A: Application Design is dedicated to presenting and discussing industry-relevant design experiences, real-world implementations, and applications of specific design and testing methodologies. Entries should illustrate innovative or record-breaking designs that provide viable solutions for the silicon, embedded systems and large-scale systems of tomorrow. In topic A8 it is possible to submit contributions of 2 pages that present research and industrial practice.

This piece is divided into the following themes:

A1 Energy-efficient and sustainable data processing. Click here for details
A2 Smart Cities, Internet of Everything, Industry 4.0. Click here for details
A3 automotive systems and intelligent energy systems. Click here for details
A4 Extended life and personalized healthcare. Click here for details
A5 Safe Systems, Circuits and Architectures. Click here for details
A6 Self-adaptive and context-aware systems. Click here for details
A7 Applications of new technologies. Click here for details
A8 papers on industry experience. Click here for details

Track T: Testing and Reliability covers all aspects of testing, test design, reliability, and design for durability at the system, chip, circuit, and device levels for analog and digital electronics. Topics of interest include diagnostics, failure mode analysis, debugging and validation of silicon problems, and testing or injecting system security methods.

This piece is divided into the following themes:

T1 Defect, error, variability and reliability modeling and mitigation. Click here for details
T2 test generation, test architecture, test design and diagnostics. Click here for details
T3 reliability and system level test. Click here for details
DT4 design and test of analog and mixed-signal and MEMS circuits and systems, click here for details
Design and test the basic security elements of DT5 devices. Click here for details
DT6 Designing and testing secure systems. Click here for details

Track E: Embedded Systems Design is dedicated to the modeling, analysis, design and implementation of embedded software or embedded/cyber-physical systems. The focus is on methods, tools, methodologies and development environments. There is also a focus on model-based design and verification, embedded software platforms, software compilation and integration, real-time systems, cyber-physical systems, networked systems, and resilient systems.

This piece is divided into the following themes:

E1 firmware architecture, compilers and toolchains. Click here for details
E2 Reliable and more private real-time systems. Click here for details
E3 machine learning solutions for embedded and cyber-physical systems. Click here for details
E4 machine learning architecture design methods. Click here for details
E5 design modeling and validation for embedded and cyber-physical systems. Click here for details


Click on the links below to view the full list of Board and Program Committee members:

DATE-Executive Committee
Technical Program Committee


The event was sponsored by the European Design and Automation Association, the Electronic System Design Alliance, the IEEE Council for Electronic Design Automation, the ACM Special Interest Group on Design Automation, and the Russian Academy of Sciences.

In cooperation with the Technical Council of the IEEE Computer Society Test Technology (TTTC), the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS) and the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE CS).

Anja Zeun, K.I.T. Group GmbH Dresden, DOrganization of conferences | conference manager
Anja Zeun, K.I.T. Group GmbH Dresden, DE
Phone: +49 351 65573-137
Fax: +49 351 65573-299

Cristiana Bolchini, Polytechnic of Milan, Generaldirektorin IT
Cristian Bolchini, Milan Polytechnic University, IT

Ingrid Verbauwhede, KU Leuven, chair of the BE program
Ingrid Verbauwhede, KU Leuven, BE

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