April 25-27, 2018, Budapest, Hungary

21st IEEE International Symposium on Design and Diagnostics of Electronic Circuits and Systems

The IEEE International Symposium on Design and Diagnostics of Electronic Circuits and Systems provides a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing research results, and presenting practical applications in the areas of design, test, and diagnosis of electronic circuits and systems. The DDECS Symposium series has been organized by these European countries: Hungary (2001, 2005), Austria (2010), Germany (2011,2017), Estonia (2012), Czech Republic (1997, 2002, 2006, 2009, 2013), Poland (1998, 2003, 2007, 2014), Serbia (2015) and Slovakia (2000, 2004, 2008, 2016).

Call For Papers


Prospective authors are cordially invited to submit original papers to the Symposium. Papers in English with a length of 6 pages maximum in IEEE conference style are expected. Specialized student and industrial sessions, as well as embedded tutorials, will be organized at the symposium. Accepted papers will be included in the Symposium Proceedings and submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing databases (WoS, Scopus, etc). An extra work-in-progress session will be targeted to get early feedback on in-progress research and preliminary results (these papers will not be included in IEEE Xplore).

Topics

DDECS covers the areas of design and testing of electronic components, both digital and analog. The topics include the following but are not limited to:

  • SoC and NoC Design and Test
  • ASIC/FPGA Design
  • Built-in Self-Test and Self-Repair
  • Bio-Inspired Hardware
  • Design Verification/Validation
  • Formal Methods in System Design
  • Hardware/Software Co-Design
  • IP-based Design
  • Logic Synthesis
  • Defect/Fault Tolerance and Reliability
  • Design and Test in Nano-Technologies
  • Analog, Mixed-Signal, RF Design and Test
  • ATE Hardware and Software
  • Design for Testability and Diagnosis
  • On-line Testing
  • Embedded Systems
  • Memory, Processor Testing
  • MEMS Testing
  • Physical Design
  • Cyber Physical Systems

Committees



Topic Chairs

Steering Committee

  • Z. Stamenković, chair (DE)
  • M. Baláž (SK)
  • T. Garbolino (PL)
  • E. Hrynkiewicz (PL)
  • H. Manhaeve (BE)
  • O. Novák (CZ)
  • A. Pataricza (HU)
  • A. Pawlak (PL)
  • W. Pleskacz (PL)
  • J. Raik (EE)
  • M. Renovell (FR)
  • L. Sekanina (CZ)
  • A. Steininger (AT)
  • V. Stopjaková (SK)
  • H.T. Vierhaus (DE)
  • K. Vlček (CZ)

Program Committee

  • W. Anheier (DE)
  • D. Arbet (SK)
  • M. Balaz (SK)
  • M. Barragan (FR)
  • A. Bosio (FR)
  • G. Cserey (HU)
  • M. Daněk (CZ)
  • M. Dietrich (DE)
  • R. Drechsler (DE)
  • M. Drutarovsky (SK)
  • P. Ellervee (EE)
  • G. Fey (DE)
  • P. Fišer (CZ)
  • M. Fuegger (FR)
  • T. Garbolino (PL)
  • P. Girard (FR)
  • D. Gizopoulos (GR)
  • S. Hellebrand (DE)
  • E. Hrynkiewicz (PL)
  • K. Jelemenska (SK)
  • G. Jervan (EE)
  • D. Kasprowicz (PL)
  • P. Kitsos (GR)
  • R. Kraemer (DE)
  • A. Krasniewski (PL)
  • M. Krstic (DE)
  • H. Kubatova (CZ)
  • W. Kuzmicz (PL)
  • E. Larsson (SE)
  • R. Leveugle (FR)
  • D. Macko (SK)
  • H. Manhaeve (BE)
  • C. Metra (IT)
  • L. Miclea (RO)
  • L. Nagy (SK)
  • O. Novak (CZ)
  • S. Ohtake (JP)
  • A. Pataricza (HU)
  • A. Pawlak (PL)
  • Z. Peng (SE)
  • L. Pierre (FR)
  • S. Piestrak (FR)
  • W. Pleskacz (PL)
  • A. Pleštil (CZ)
  • T. Polzer (AT)
  • P. Prinetto (IT)
  • Z. Raida (CZ)
  • J. Raik (EE)
  • B. Rouzeyre (FR)
  • R. Růžička (CZ)
  • S. Sattler (DE)
  • P. Schneider (DE)
  • M. Schölzel (DE)
  • L. Sekanina (CZ)
  • M. Sonza Reorda (IT)
  • J. Sosnowski (PL)
  • Z. Stamenkovic (DE)
  • A. Steininger (AT)
  • G. Stojanovic (RS)
  • V. Stopjakova (SK)
  • K. Tammemäe (EE)
  • M. Taouil (NL)
  • P. Teixeira (PT)
  • R. Ubar (EE)
  • M. Udrescu (RO)
  • D. Vázquez (ES)
  • H.T. Vierhaus (DE)
  • K. Vlcek (CZ)
  • R. Wille (AT)
  • H.J. Wunderlich (DE)
  • M. Zachariasova (CZ)
  • Y. Zorian (US)

Submission


Camera-Ready Version (due March 23, 2018)

The camera-ready papers are uploaded using ConfTool.

All the accepted papers (oral presentations as well as poster presentations) will be included in the proceedings and will be published in the IEEE Xplore digital library, except for the work-in-progress papers.

The final manuscript length of the accepted papers is 6 pages in case of regular papers (both oral and poster presentations) and 4 pages in case of student papers.

In order to prepare the camera-ready version of your paper please follow these steps:

Authors' not following the instructions may result in their paper not being included in the proceedings.

Work-in-progress Papers

Work-in-progress papers will be accepted for oral presentation. At least one author of the paper is required to register and pay the work-in-progress registration fee and to present the paper. These papers will be included in the Informal DDECS 2018 Proceedings with a non-IEEE ISBN number. The Proceedings will be distributed electronically to all DDECS 2018 participants.

Poster and Oral Presentation Preparation

Poster Size A0 - portrait format (height 1189 mm, width 841 mm). Material for fixing the poster will be provided.

Paper Format

Papers can be submitted in the following categories:

The authors are requested to select one of the above categories during the submission process in ConfTool.

The submitted papers must meet the following conditions:

The format of the paper should follow the IEEE guidelines for the two-column IEEE-sponsored conference proceedings. Templates for Microsoft Word and LaTeX are available here.

Paper Acceptance (due March 15, 2018)

Papers will be accepted for either oral presentation or poster presentation. At least one of the authors of accepted papers will agree to register for and participate in DDECS 2018 for oral presentation or poster presentation.

Program


Coming soon...

Keynote Speakers


Registration


General Rules

Early registration for DDECS 2018 will be available until March 23, 2018. Early registrations are subject to substantial discount. Authors are required to register and make the payment not later than the early registration deadline. Otherwise the Author's submission will not be published in the proceedings. In order to be published in the conference proceedings, each accepted regular paper must be accompanied by at least one regular registration. Each accepted student paper must be accompanied by at least one student or regular registration. Student registration is only available to presenters of student papers.

Registartion will start soon with ConfTool

Venue


Hotel NH Budapest City

The NH Budapest City hotel is in the Újlipótváros business district on the Pest side of the river. Some of Budapest’s star attractions are right on the doorstep, and the nearby metro station whisks you to more tourist hotspots.

  • a 10-minute walk to the Danube River and famous Parliament building
  • close to Margaret Island, for tranquil walks and cycle rides
  • a metro ride away from the castle and synagogue

The hotel’s 160 rooms are all of a Standard type – they’re simply furnished but very comfortable. They have satellite TVs and tea and coffee-making facilities.

  • top-quality mattresses
  • free Wi-Fi
  • 2 wheelchair-accessible rooms

For conferences and business meetings, the hotel has a handful of function rooms. The restaurant serves top-quality à la carte meals, while the friendly bar is the place to go to sample Hungarian wine. The hotel has also a handy gym and sauna.

  • food available 24 hours a day
  • gym, sauna and relaxation chairs
  • private parking

Accommodation


Travel


By Train

Arrival at the Keleti train station

You can take the metro line 2 from the Keleti railway station to get to the station "Blaha Lujza tér". From there take the tram line 4/6 for the station "Jászai Mari tér". You can reach the hotel in a walking distance from about 4 minutes.

Arrival at the Nyugati train station

Exit the station and turn right for the street "Szent Istvan Krt". From there please turn right again for the street "Hegedüs Gyula". Afterwards please turn left for the street "Vigszinhaz". The hotel is located on the right.

By Airplane

Arrival at the Liszt Ferenc Budapest airport
  • Taxi: It´s a 40 minutes trip.
  • Public transportation: You can take the bus line 200 from the Airport Budapest, station "Repüloter, P+R" to get to the station "Kobanya-Kispest". From there take the metro line M3 (blue line) for the station "Nyugati Palyaudvar". You can reach the hotel in a walking distance from about 5 minutes. It's a 60 minutes trip.

By Car

The hotel's GPS Coordinates: 47.512896°N 19.051955°E

Parking: Offsite is €1,40+VAT / hour or onsite is €1,80+VAT / hour or €20+VAT / day.

Contact

ddecs@itk.ppke.hu

H-1083 Budapest, Práter utca 50/a.