Friday Workshops

DATE's Friday’s Workshops initiative started in 2003 fostering a number of workshops on different topics and attracting an audience of both researchers and designers.

The event offers a unique opportunity to present and discuss new and in-progress outcomes, as well as experiences and visions. The topics have been changing during the years, following the trend on current and emerging issues in design, test, software and EDA, taking the floor after the regular conference programme running throughout the week.

The Friday Workshop programme for DATE 2020 is rich and includes eight workshop themes. These cover innovative ideas ranging from design automation to emerging memory solutions, from optical interconnect systems to adaptive and heterogeneous computing.

Friday Workshop attendees should choose in advance one workshop among W01, W02, W03, W04, W05, W06, W07 or W08. The workshops run from 08:30 until 17:00. The individual timetables for each workshop may vary, and for the detailed version of the workshop programme, visit the workshop webpages.

Registration for the workshops is open from 7:30. Welcome Refreshments are served from 7:30 - 8:30.

For more information, please contact:
Friday Workshops Co-Chair
Eli Bozorgzadeh, University of California, Irvine, US
Michael Glaß, University of Ulm, DE
friday-workshopsatdate-conference [dot] com (friday-workshops[at]date-conference[dot]com)

Start Title Room
Fri, 08:30 W01 OPTICS: Optical/Photonic Interconnects for Computing Systems Lesdiguières
Fri, 08:30 W02 Computation-In-Memory (CIM): from Device to Applications Berlioz
Fri, 08:30 W03 Second DATE workshop on Autonomous Systems Design (ASD 2020) Chamrousse
Fri, 08:30 W05 2nd Workshop Open-Soure Design Automation (OSDA 2020) Bayard
Fri, 08:30 W06 SCONA: Stochastic COmputing for Neuromorphic Architectures Autrans 1
Fri, 09:00 W07 TRUDEVICE 2020: Workshop on Trustworthy Manufacturing and Utilization of Secure Devices Villard de Lans 2
Fri, 08:20 W08 Workshop on Quantum Computing Saint-Nizier
Fri, 08:30 W09 IRT Nanoelec Workshop: Bridging the gap between semiconductor technologies and architecture design Alpe d’Huez