VDAT 2017
21st International Symposium on VLSI Design and Test
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India
29th June 2017 to 2nd July 2017
Tutorial and Research paper submission will start from 30th Dec 2016
Important Dates
About the Symposium 
 
VLSI Design and test VDAT is a flagship event of the VLSI Society of India. This Symposium follows successful organization of nineteen symposiums in previous years. VDAT -2017 is being organized at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India. In true sense, VDAT-2017 is a focused research event encompassing themes related to various disciplines of VLSI. The objective of the symposium is to bring professional engineers, academicians and research scholars of matching interests on a common platform to share new ideas, experiences, and knowledge in various fields of VLSI Design, Test and Technology. The scientific program will consist of peer-reveiwed paper presentations in parallel technical sessions. In addition, keynote lectures, presentation by industry professionals, panel discussions, tutorials and poster presentation will be conducted during the conference. Such interactions will faciliate better understanding about technological developments all across the globe amongst the peers. This conference will certainly ignite the minds of the researchers for undertaking more interdisciplinary collaborative research for up gradation of technology.

Regular Paper 
Last Date for Paper Submission 
27th Feb, 2017 
Notification of Acceptance 
25th Apr, 2017 
Camera Ready Version 
7th May, 2017 
 

Tutorial 
Tutorial Proposal
15th Mar, 2017 
Tutorial Announcement
15th Apr, 2017
 
 
Work-in-progress (WIP) Forum 
WIP Submission
5th Mar, 2017 
Notification of Acceptance
15th Apr, 2017 
Camera Ready Version
25th Apr, 2017 

 
Registration open
30th Dec, 2016







Researchers, academicians and professionals are invited to submit paper in the topic of interest (but not limited to) 
 
VLSI Design and Semiconductor Device Modelling: Analog and RF mixed signal design; Design and modeling of digital circuits and systems; FPGA prototyping of algorithms; Synthesis; Optoelectronic devices and circuits; MEMS, Deep Submicron and Nanometer devices and circuits; Power analysis and low-power design; Thermal analysis and temperature aware design; Physical design, packaging and board design; CAD for design and technology; High performance computing; System-on-chip designs; Networks-on-chip Design. 
 
Emerging Technology: Nanoscale computing and nanotechnology; Reversible computation; Nano-Electro-Mechanical Systems (NEMS); CAD research in the areas of emerging technology and emerging systems. 
 
Testing and Verification: Design for testability; Test generation and fault simulation; Built-in self- test; Verification (simulation and formal); Design for manufacturability and yield analysis; Testing memories and regular logic arrays. 
 
Embedded Systems: Hardware/software co-design and verification; Audio, Image and Video processing; Reconfigurable systems; Applications in communications, Encryption, Security, Compression, etc.; Embedded software tools; FPGA prototyping of complete systems; CAD for embedded systems.