Closing Message From General Co-Chair

Prof. Amar Mukherjee


IEEE ISVLSI 2010 General Co-Chair

Prof. Amar Mukherjee







Dear Friends and Colleagues,

It is a great honor and privilege to have this opportunity to talk to you at the Closing Ceremony of ISVLSI 2010. First, I would like to thank all the participants who have come from faraway places to share their latest scientific discoverers in VLSI and thanks also to those who attended this Symposium to discuss and exchange ideas of latest research in VLSI. The ISVLSI has now become one of the premier international Symposiums on VLSI which encompasses VLSI design, reconfigurable systems, computer architecture, low-power electronics, nano-computing, biochips, network-on-chips and many other applications.

I would like to extend my appreciation to those who worked so hard to make this symposium a great success. In particular, I would like to recognize the outstanding contributions made by Dr. Nikolaos Voros as the General Co-Chair in charge of organizing the Symposium, and to Dr. Nicolas Sklavos, the Program Committee Chair in charge of maintaining a high standard of the quality of technical papers presented in the Symposium.  I would also like to recognize Dr. Michael Hubner for his hard work to organize the Ph. D. forum and the Poster Sessions. The Secretariat of the Symposium and the group of volunteers did a superb job of taking care of every detail of the support infrastructure needed to run the Symposium very smoothly.

The ISVLSI originated from an annual IEEE Workshop on VLSI held for several years in the 80’s at Clearwater Beach, Florida. To cope with increasing attendance and demand to publish the Proceedings, it was changed to a Symposium in the early 90’s. With the growing number of international attendees, it was decided to internationalize the Symposium. In the years 2006 through 2009, the venues for ISVLSI were: Karlsruhe, Germany; Porto Alegra, Brazil; Montpellier, France; Tampa, Florida, in 2010 at Lixouri Kefalonia, Greece. It will be held in Chennai, India in 2011.

We would like to invite proposals for organizing the Symposium in 2012 and 2013 now.

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