COVID-19 UPDATESIn view of the unprecedented COVID-19 situation, the DFT 2020 organizing committee is still committed to preserve the event as scheduled, keeping in mind the importance of DFT symposium for the community. We encourage prospective contributors to submit their work to the symposium considering that it will take place normally. However, we are ready to put in place the following mitigation measures depending upon circumstances:
- relax attendee cancellation and refund policies.
- provide author(s) and/or keynote presenter(s), who are be impacted, options for alternative virtual presentation.
- allow for publication despite the inability of authors to present their accepted paper to the conference, or support presentation virtually.
Call for papers
|Full paper submissions||June 5, 2020
|Notification||July 10, 2020|
|Camera ready and author's registration||July 31, 2020|
DFT is an annual Symposium providing an open forum for presentations in the field of defect and fault tolerance in VLSI and nanotechnology systems inclusive of emerging technologies. One of the unique features of this symposium is to combine new academic research with state-of-the-art industrial data, necessary ingredients for significant advances in this field. All aspects of design, manufacturing, test, reliability, and availability that are affected by defects during manufacturing and by faults during system operation ar e of interest. Topics include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Yield Analysis and Modeling
Defect/fault analysis and models; statistical yield modeling; diagnosis; critical area and other metrics.
- Testing Techniques
Built-in self-test; delay fault modeling and diagnosis; testing for analog and mixed circuits; online testing; signal and clock integrity.
- Design For Testability in IC Design
FPGA, SoC, NoC, ASIC, low power design and microprocessors.
- Error Detection, Correction, and Recovery
Self-testing and self-checking solutions; error-control coding; fault masking and avoidance; recovery schemes, space/time redundancy; hw/sw techniques; architectural and system-level techniques.
- Dependability Analysis and Validation
Fault injection techniques and frameworks; dependability and characterization.
- Repair, Restructuring and Reconfiguration
Repairable logic; reconfigurable circuit design; DFT for on-line operation; self-healing; reliable FPGA-based systems.
- Defect and Fault Tolerance
Reliable circuit/system synthesis; fault tolerant processes and design; design space exploration for dependable systems, transient/soft faults.
- Radiation effects
SEEs on nanotechnologies; modeling of radiation environments; radiation experiments; radiation hardening techniques.
- Aging and Lifetime Reliability
Aging characterization and modeling; design and run-time reliability, thermal, and variability management and recovery.
- Dependable Applications and Case Studies
Methodologies and case studies for IoTs, automotive, railway, avionics and space, autonomous systems, industrial control, etc.
- Emerging Technologies
Techniques for 2.5D/3D ICs, quantum computing architecttures, memristors, spintronics, microfluidics, etc.
- Design for Security
Fault attacks, fault tolerance-based countermeasures, scan-based attacks and countermeasures, hardware trojans, security vs. reliability trade-offs, interaction between VLSI test, trust, and reliability.
- Yield Analysis and Modeling
Call for Special Sessions
DFT’20 seeks proposals for Special Sessions. The special sessions should aim at providing a complementary experience with respect to the regular sessions by focusing on hot and emerging topics of interest to the DFT community, as well as on multi-disciplinary topics, that are expected to have a significant impact on DFT activities in the future (e.g. reliability aspects in Approximate Computing, Quantum Computing, use of COTS Electronics for Space applications). A special session could consist of a set of individual presentations or a panel, possibly with experts from the industry.
Upon acceptance, special session presenters can prepare either a single paper for the entire session or one paper per presenter to be included in the formal proceedings. For this reason, papers (presenting original and unpublished contributions and that may be 4 pages or 6 pages long) for special session will go through review process. For the single-session papers, it will be possible to purchase 2 extra pages at an additional cost. Accepted papers will appear in the formal proceedings of DFT 2020 symposium. Proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society and will appear in the Digital Library
Submission Process: Submitted proposals should include:
- a title of the special session
- a maximum 250-word abstract outlining the session's scope, topics and relevance for DFT symposium
- name, contact information and short biography of the organizer(s)
- format of the session: (1) panel or set of individual presentations, and (2) single paper per session or one paper per presenter
- list of three/four contributed presentations (including titles, presenter names, contact information of the corresponding presenter, and an abstract of each contribution). For panel proposals, list three to five panelists and their area of expertise.
Proposal submissions should be presented in a single PDF to be sent via e-mail to the Special Session Chair:
- Prashant Joshi - firstname.lastname@example.org
- email Object: DFT’20 Special Session Proposal
By means of their submission, all presenters agree to register for and participate to DFT’20, in case their special session proposal is accepted.
|Special session proposal due||May 8, 2020
|Special session acceptance||May 15, 2020
|Special session paper submission||June 5, 2020|
|Paper acceptance notification||July 10, 2020|
|Camera ready and author’s registration||July 31, 2020|