29th International Conference
on VLSI Design
15th International Conference
on Embedded Systems
January 4-8, 2016
Hotel ITC Sonar, KOLKATA, INDIA
Theme: Technologies for a Safe and Inclusive World

Design Contest Winner

Technologies for a Safe and Inclusive World

The 29th International Conference on VLSI Design and 15th International Conference on Embedded Systems will be held during January 4-8, 2016 at Kolkata, West Bengal, India. The theme for the conference this year is "Technologies for a Safe and Inclusive World". This 5 day conference comprises: first three days (January 4 to 6, 2016) of main conference followed by Tutorials during the last two days (January 7-8, 2016).

The convergence of technology with modern life has reached a state where dependence of human life on semiconductor technology is ubiquitous. Today semiconductor technology is poised to look beyond its traditional bastions of application with pervasive impact on healthcare, environment, energy, transportation, and disaster management. The 29th International Conference on VLSI Design and the 15th International Conference on Embedded Systems will bring together industry and academia to present front-end technology under the theme of Technologies for a Safe and Inclusive World.

The organizing committee of VLSI Design 2016 invites you all to Kolkata, the City of Joy.


Visionary Talks

  • Prof. Arvind, MIT
  • BlueDBM: A Multi-access, Distributed Flash Store for Big Data Analytics
  •  
  • Abstract & Bio Slides
  • Dr. Prith Banerjee, Executive Vice President, CTO, Schneider Electric
  • Driving Unconventional Growth Through Industrial Internet of Things
  •  
  • Abstract & Bio Slides

Keynote and Plenary Talks

  • Venugopal Puvvada, Vice-President, Engineering, Qualcomm Bangalore Design Center.
  • Smartphone Chipset Design for an inclusive World
  •  
  • Abstract & Bio
  • Dr. Vivek De, Intel Fellow, Director of Circuit Technology Research in Intel Labs
  • Energy Efficient & Secure Computing in Nanoscale CMOS
  •  
  • Abstract & Bio Slides
  • Prof. Yao-Wen Chang, National Taiwan University
  • Design for Manufacturability for Sub-14 Nanometer Technologies
  •  
  • Abstract & Bio Slides
  • Dr. Nilanjan Mukherjee, Engineering Director, Mentor Graphics
  • Test Strategies for Sub-20nm Designs
  •  
  • Abstract & Bio Slides
  • Prof. Kaustav Banerjee, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • 2D Crystals for Smart Life
  •  
  • Abstract & Bio Slides
  • Shivananda (Shivoo) R Koteshwar, Director, Design Technology and Wireless Communication Division, MediaTek Bangalore, India
  • Everyday Genius: How Design Makes Technology Better
  •  
  • Abstract & Bio

Banquet Speech

  • Prof. Erik Brunvand, University of Utah
  • Computational Thinking Meets Design Thinking: Technology and Arts Collaborations
  •  
  • Abstract & Bio

WISE: Special Session on Women in Semiconductor Enterprises

Sponsors Technical Co-sponsors