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SoC Design

November 2-5, 2015
Hotel Hyundai, Gyeongju, Korea

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ISOCC History

International SoC Design Conference (ISOCC) aims at providing the world's premier SoC design forum for leading researchers from academia and industries. Prospective authors are invited to submit papers of their original works emphasizing contributions beyond the present state of the art. ISOCC 2015 is technically co-sponsored by IEEE CAS Society and accepted papers will be published on IEEE Xplore. We also welcome proposals on special sessions.


Year Conference Homepage Photo
2014 Ramada Plaza Hotel, Jeju, Korea
2013 BEXCO Convention Hall, Busan, Koreaa
2012 Ramada Plaza Hotel, Jeju, Korea
2011 Ramada Plaza Hotel, Jeju, Korea
2010 Songdo Convensia, Incheon, Korea
2009 BEXCO Convention Hall, Busan, Korea
2008 BEXCO Convention Hall, Busan, Korea
2007 COEX Conference Center, Seoul, Korea

ISOCC 2014 Spotlight

ISOCC 2014 was held from November 3rd to 6th in Ramada Hotel, Jeju. The theme for ISOCC 2014 was "SoC Design for Smart Connectivity".

[Keynote Speeches]

  • Duckhyun Chang
  • Senior Vice President
    Samsung Electronics Co.Ltd., Korea
  • "Flash Storage Innovations Reshape Cloud Data Centers"

  • Wei-Jin Dai
  • CEO and President
    Vivante Corporation, USA
  • "Managing the Challenges of Embedded Vision Processing-VISIE Vision Processor Architecture"

  • Joachim Kunkel
  • Senior Vice President and General Manager Solutions Group,
    Synopsys Inc., Germany
  • "Designing Change-Leveraging Innovation and Collaboration"

  • Kunihiro Asada
  • Professor
    VLSI Design and Education Center,The University of Tokyo, Japan
  • "Is the Time-domain circuit a new paradigm for Analog?-possibility and limit of the time-domain approach"

  • Sung-Kyu Lim
  • Dan Fielder Professor,
    School of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    Georgia Institute of technology, USA
  • "Modeling, Design, and EDA Research for Stacked-Die 3D IC at GTCAD Lab"

[Opening Ceremony]


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