Design and Engineering of Electronic Systems

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The Working Group 10.5 "Design and Engineering of Electronic Systems" belongs to the IFIP Technical Committee 10. It was established in 1994 by merging the old 10.2 and 10.5 working groups. 

Aims of WG 10.5

Electronic system design demands a tight integration on a very large profile of knowledge and skills ranging from hardware and software system architecture to semiconductor physics.

Functionality of complex embedded or stand-alone systems, to be applied in areas such as general-purpose computing, telecommunications, automotive, entertainement, and multimedia, may be realized by various combinations of analog and digital hardware and software parts.

Systems can be implemented by single or multiple integrated circuits and software modules that can be either of special purpose, programmable, or reconfigurable.

The working group aims at providing a forum amongst creative experts to explore problem areas and solutions for the design of such complex electronic systems and also disseminating the solutions to a broader industrial and educational sphere. 

Scope of WG 10.5

The Working Group is interested in a broad range of topics related to the design and engineering of heterogeneous systems, containing hardware, software, and even mechanical parts.

System Design Methods
Embedded Systems
Modeling and Specification
Design Validation
Formal Methods in Design
Design Environments
Reconfigurable Computing
VLSI Systems and Applications
Physical Design
Test and Testability
Power-aware Design
Analog and Mixed-Signal Systems
Fundamental CAD Algorithms


Last updated May 2011