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W13: The future of CMOS: building an infrastructure to fill the gap with the VLSI design research ecosystem


14:00 - 17:30

room 7-8




The goal of the workshop would be to describe the evolution of CMOS technologies. Since it will require a closer interaction with the design community it will become essential to rally the academic research ecosystem to it. We will link the workshop to the pathfinding PDK as an important tool to enable this interaction. The workshop would end with a panel discussion where the different speakers can exchange their views on how to build the proper infrastructure for this evolution.


CMOS roadmap and technology scaling challenges

Julien Ryckaert (imec, BE)

EDA for advanced technologies

Designing in advanced CMOS

Exploring next-generation Many-core RISC-V architectures on future CMOS technologies: Mempool3D and beyond

Luca Benini

Challenges in upcoming CMOS heterogeneous design triggered by technology paradigm shift

Marisa López-Vallejo

Abstracting Device-Level Properties for System-Level Analysis and Design Space Exploration

Zain Navabi

Panel discussion



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