we think about one single thing that has caused maximum social impact,
the "mobile phone" comes to our mind. Mobile phones and other similar
systems are essentially embedded systems designed using system-on-chip
(SoC) technology. This system consists of several heterogeneous
components, such as: (1) analog/mixed signal circuits including radio
frequency (RF) components, (2) digital circuits, (3) power management
systems, including the battery, and (4) software. The objective of
the International Symposium on Electronic System Design (ISED) is to
experts from these fields together so that efficient design of such
portable systems is made possible. The next issue that arises, is how
to train the next generation of engineers to acquire the needed
expertise. Thus, in conjunction with ISED, the Workshop for Engineering
Scholars (WES) is organized. The 3rd component of the event is the
Expo on Electronic Systems (EES) where different industries come
together to highlight the latest developments in the field. The
proceedings of the ISED is published by the
Conference Publishing Services () and hence is archived in the
digital libraries (CSDL, IEEE Xplore, IEEE IEL). ISED is planned as an annual
event that will rotate between
India and USA, with first of its series starting from 2010 in
ISED 2010 is in technical co-sponsorship with the IEEE and the IEEE
Computer Society Computer Elements Technical Committee.
ISED 2010 Call for Participation, The Crown Hotel, Bhubaneswar, India
Extended versions of selected papers from ISED 2010 will be considered for publication in a special issue of ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in
Computing Systems (JETC).
ISED 2010 provides partial travel support for 10 student authors and 17 keynote/plenary/invited speakers.
Best Paper Awards for ISED 2010: Congratulations to the AuthorsBest Paper:
- CMOS LC Voltage-Controlled Oscillator Design Using Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Wire Inductor,
Ashok Srivastava, Louisiana State University, Yao Xu, Louisiana
State University, Yang Liu, Louisiana State University, Ashwani K.
Sharma, Kirtland Air Force Base, Clay Mayberry, Kirtland Air Force Base.
- Efficient Designs for Memory-Based Computation of Inner-Product for Digital Signal Processing Applications, Pramod Meher, Institute for Infocomm Research Singapore.
- Optimal Reversible Logic Circuits Synthesis based on a Hybrid DFS-BFS Technique,
Dipak K. Kole, Bengal Engineering & Science University, Hafizur
Rahaman, Bengal Engineering & Science University, Debesh K. Das,
Jadavpur University, Bhargab B. Bhattacharya, Indian Statistical
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