Final Call for demonstration
24th ACM SIGDA University Booth
at the 48th Design Automation Conference
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, California
June 5-10, 2011
This year marks the 24th University Booth at the Design Automation Conference. The booth is an opportunity for university researchers to display their results and to interact with participants at DAC. Presenters and attendees at DAC are especially encouraged to participate, but participation is open to all members of the university community. The demonstrations include new EDA tools, EDA tool applications, design projects, and instructional materials.
* The university booth will be open two full days. June 7th - 8th: 10am - 5pm.
* The submission is in a 5-min video presentation format. Live demonstrations performed at the booth by university researchers simultaneous with the video presentations. Submitted videos are considered for publication in the ACM Digital Library. Also, it will be featured on the DAC and SIGDA web pages, and be available year-round.
* Submission is made online. Upload a single PDF file with the title, list of authors and their affiliations, abstract, and YouTube link to the online video presentation. You can optionally attach a supporting paper.
* Participants at the University Booth are also provided with modest travel grant reimbursements, provided that demonstrations are completed during the time slots that they are scheduled. Participants who receive funding for the conference via alternative sources such as the Ph.D. forum and Student Design Contest are not eligible for travel grants through the University Booth.
Submission deadline: May 4, 2011 11:59 PM PDT (This deadline is firm)
Acceptance notification: May 7, 2011
Submission site: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=uboothdac2011 (NOW OPEN!)
To apply for participation, please visit the University Booth website. Video demonstrations should include a brief title sequence identifying the name of the research group and university, the team members, and stating "SIGDA University Booth at DAC 2011". Otherwise, there is complete freedom in how a group wishes to present their work. A sample video is available on Youtube.