The International Symposium on Design and Diagnostics of Electronic Circuits and Systems – DDECS 2020

23rd SYMPOSIUM ON DESIGN & DIAGNOSTICS OF ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS & SYSTEMS – DDECS’2020 – April 22-24, 2020, Novi Sad, Serbia

The International Symposium on Design and Diagnostics of Electronic Circuits and Systems (DDECS’2020) provides a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing research results, and presenting practical applications in the areas of design, test, and diagnosis of microelectronic digital and analog circuits and systems. It takes place annually in an Eastern or Central European country. This symposium edition is organized and technically sponsored by the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia. The IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA) is a technical co-sponsor of the symposium.

Topics

The symposium topics include but are not limited to the following:

  • Emerging Technologies
  • Wireless Communication Systems
  • Embedded Systems
  • Dependable Systems
  • Embedded Machine Learning
  • Approximate Computing
  • Formal Methods in System Design
  • Hardware/Software Co-Design
  • IP-Based Design
  • ASIC/FPGA Design
  • Internet-of-Things Design and Test
  • SoC and NoC Design and Test
  • Digital Circuits Design and Test
  • RF, Analog, and Mixed-Signal Circuits Design and Test
  • Memory Design and Test
  • MEMS Design and Test
  • Verification and Validation
  • On-Line Testing
  • Built-in Self-Test and Self-Repair
  • Design for Testability and Diagnosis
  • Defect/Fault Tolerance and Reliability
  • Design and Test in Nano-Technologies
  • ATE Hardware and Software
  • Physical Failure Analysis
  • Debug and Diagnosis
  • Hardware Security and Trust
  • Flexible and Printed Electronics
  • Automotive Electronics
  • Medical Electronics
  • Bio-Inspired Electronics
  • Stretchable and Textile Electronics
  • Mechatronics
  • Sensors and Transducers
  • Integrated Passive Components
  • Microfluidic Electronic Devices

Key dates

Submission Deadline

February 10, 2020.

Notification of Acceptance

March 15, 2020.

Official Symposium dates

April 22-24, 2020.

Keynote Speakers

Conference Chairs

Liviu-e-2

L. Miclea -
Romania

General Vice-Chair

A. Bosio –
France

Program Vice-Chair

Topic Chairs

G. Leger – Spain

M. Schölzel – Germany

L. Sekanina – Czechia

M. Sonza Reorda – Italy

Finance Chairs

  • Lj. Gerić – Serbia

Publicity Chair

  • D. Nikolić – Serbia

Technical Support​

  • D. Krstić – Serbia

Organizing Committee

  • R. Struharik – Serbia
  • I. Mezei – Serbia
  • M. Radovanović – Serbia
  • S. Kojić – Serbia

Program Committee

  • L. Amaru – United States
  • M. Balaz – Slovakia
  • M. Barragan – France
  • P. Bernardi – Italy
  • C. Bolchini – Italy
  • A. Bosio – France
  • L. Cassano – Italy
  • M. Ciesielski – United States
  • G. Cserey – Hungary
  • M. Damnjanovic – Serbia
  • M. Daněk – Czech Republic
  • S. Deniziak – Poland
  • M. Dietrich – Germany
  • R. Drechsler – Germany
  • M. Drutarovsky – Slovakia
  • P. Ellervee – Estonia
  • M. Enachescu – Romania
  • G. Fey – Germany
  • P. Fišer – Czech Republic
  • M. Fuegger – France
  • P. Girard – France
  • D. Gizopoulos – Greece
  • S. Hellebrand – Germany
  • K. Jelemenska – Slovakia
  • M. Jenihhin – Estonia
  • G. Jervan – Estonia
  • D. Kasprowicz – Poland
  • M. Keim – United States
  • P. Kmon – Poland
  • A. Krasniewski – Poland

  • M. Krstic – Germany
  • H. Kubatova – Czech Republic
  • W. Kuzmicz – Poland
  • E. Larsson – Sweden
  • G. Leger – Spain
  • R. Leveugle – France
  • D. Macko – Slovakia
  • P. Maistri – France
  • T. Matsumura – Japan
  • C. Metra – Italy
  • L-C. Miclea – Romania
  • F. Moradi – Denmark
  • M. Moreau – France
  • M. Napieralska – Poland
  • L. Nagy – Slovakia
  • O. Novak – Czech Republic
  • S. Ohtake – Japan
  • M. Ottavi – Italy
  • A. Pawlak – Poland
  • Z. Peng – Sweden
  • L. Pierre – France
  • S. J. Piestrak – France
  • W. Pleskacz – Poland
  • A. Pleštil – Czech Republic
  • T. Polzer – Austria
  • M. Portolan – France
  • P. Prinetto – Italy
  • Z. Raida – Czech Republic
  • J. Raik – Estonia
  • B. Rouzeyre – France

  • R. Růžička – Czech Republic
  • S. M. Sattler – Germany
  • P. Schneider – Germany
  • M. Schölzel – Germany
  • L. Sekanina – Czech Republic
  • Singh – United States
  • P. Sniatala – Poland
  • M. Soeken – Switzerland
  • M. Sonza Reorda – Italy
  • J. Sosnowski – Poland
  • Z. Stamenkovic – Germany
  • Steininger – Austria
  • G. Stojanovic – Serbia
  • V. Stopjakova – Slovakia
  • H.-G. Stratigopoulos – France
  • O. Subrt – Czech Republic
  • K. Tammemäe – Estonia
  • M. Taouil – Netherlands
  • P. Teixeira – Portugal
  • M. Topic – Slovenia
  • R. Ubar – Estonia
  • M. Udrescu – Romania
  • E. Vatajelu – France
  • D. Vázquez – Spain
  • F. Venini – Italy
  • Virazel – France
  • R. Wille – Austria
  • H.-J. Wunderlich – Germany
  • M. B. Yelten – Turkey
  • Y. Zorian – United States

Papers Submission

Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research work to DDECS’2020. Paper submissions should be complete manuscript.
The manuscript should follow the instructions included in the author’s kit at the conference web site. Submitted articles should be in PDF format and uploaded to the on-line submission system.

The manuscripts should be submitted through the on-line submission system ConfTool.

 

Registration fees

  • Regular non-IEEE member – 420 EUR
  • Regular IEEE member – 350 EUR
  • Student non-IEEE member – 200 EUR
  • Student IEEE member – 150 EUR
  • Late registration will be 25% higher

About Novi Sad

The Symposium will take place in Novi Sad – the second largest city of the Republic of Serbia and one of the most beautiful city in South-East Europe.

Novi Sad was founded in 1694 when Serb merchants formed a colony across the Danube from the Petrovaradin fortress, a strategic Habsburg military post. In the following centuries, it transformed into an important trading and manufacturing centre as well as a centre of Serbian culture.

Today, along with the Serbian capital city of Belgrade, Novi Sad is an industrial and financial centre important to the Serbian economy.

Novi Sad was selected to be a European Capital of Culture for the year 2021.