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The key subject areas of interest are:

Design Methods and Tools: CAD/EDA tools, hardware description languages, high-level and architectural synthesis, hardware/software co-design, platform-based design, 3D stacking and circuit design, system on-chip architectures and IP cores, embedded systems, logic synthesis, low-power design and power optimisation.

Simulation, Test and Validation: electrical and timing simulation, simulation based verification, hardware/software co-simulation and validation, mixed-domain technology modelling and simulation, post-silicon validation, power analysis and estimation, interconnect modelling and signal integrity analysis, hardware trust and security, design-for-testability, embedded core testing, system-on-chip testing, on-line testing, automatic test generation and delay testing, low-power testing, reliability, fault modelling and fault tolerance.

Processor and System Architectures: many-core systems, general-purpose and application specific processors, computational arithmetic for DSP applications, arithmetic and logic units, cache memories, memory management, co-processors and accelerators, systems and networks on chip, embedded cores, platforms, multiprocessors, distributed systems, communication protocols and low-power issues.

Configurable Computing: embedded cores, FPGAs, rapid prototyping, adaptive computing, evolvable and statically and dynamically reconfigurable and reprogrammable systems, reconfigurable hardware.

Design for variability, power and aging: design methods for variability, power and aging aware design, memories, FPGAs, IP components, 3D stacking, energy harvesting.

Case Studies: emerging applications, applications in industrial designs, and design frameworks.

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