Santa Cruz Dream Inn
Santa Cruz, California, USA
PREVIOUS TAU SITES: 2013 | 2012 | 2011 |
The TAU workshop is a highly interactive and engaging annual gathering of experts in electronic design automation (EDA) of timing, physical, power, electrical, and functional analysis and validation of digital and analog circuits and systems. We invite you all to join us at TAU 2014 to discuss and debate novel ideas and to lead creation of the next generation of EDA tools and methods. Find out what is hot today and where in EDA research would people like to place their money and resources.
|Regular paper/TAU-20 submission deadline||December 13, 2013|
|Panel proposal deadline||December 16, 2013|
|Discounted $159.00/night hotel rate||February 6, 2014|
Registration:Please register at https://www.regonline.com/tau2014. Registration rates are listed in the tables below. A cancellation fee of US $35 will be charged if you cancel your registration by Februrary 16, 2014. There will be no refunds on or after February 16, 2014.
|Registration Type||Early Rate|
(until February 6, 2014)
(after February 6, 2014)
We highly encourage you to stay at Santa Cruz Dream Inn where TAU 2014 will be held.
The hotel is offering special discounted rate of $159.00/night for on room reservations until February 6 2014.
To reserve by PHONE: Individuals may call Santa Cruz Dream Inn reservations department at 1-831-426-4330, Monday through Saturday from 8am-6pm. Please mention that you will be attending ACM TAU workshop (group code 1403ACM/TA ). The first night is due as a deposit at the time of reservation and the balance is to be paid at check out.
To reserve ONLINE: Reservations can be made online on the website at https://www.jdvhotels.com/hotels/california/central-coast-hotels/santa-cruz-dream-inn# . On the opening page below Book Rental Reservations Online select "Group Code" option, enter 1403ACM/TA and follow the prompts from there to confirm reservation.
TAU 2014 is using Easy Chair to manage submissions. Submit final versions of your papers, TAU-20 talks, and panel proposals at https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=tau2014.
Submission areas (do not limit yourself to this list)
|All levels (transistor, system, etc.) of timing analysis||Timing-driven synthesis and re-synthesis|
|Timing-driven system design, synthesis and physical design||Circuit optimization|
|Sensitivity analysis||Uncertainty-based analysis|
|Full custom design analysis||Incorporation of manufacture impacts to timing|
|Integrated functional-temporal analysis||Reliability impact on performance|
|Timing issues in low power design and testing||Process & environmental variation models|
|Power-delay trade-offs||Statistical analysis technique|
|Delay models and metrics||Clocking, synchronization, and skew|
|Layout impact on timing||Clock domains, static/dynamic logic|
|Timing-driven layout optimization||Novel clocking and no-clock (Asynchronous) schemes|
|Timing implications of emerging technologies|
General Chair: Chirayu Amin , Intel Corporation,
Technical Program Chair: Igor Keller , Cadence,
Contest Chair: Jin Hu , IBM Corporation
Technical Program Committee: TBD