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IEEE CAS Tour de France

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The IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) France chapter is organizing a "Tour de France" of Circuits and Systems in 2024. This initiative celebrates the 75th anniversary of the IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) Society. The Tour offers a unique opportunity to discover the latest microelectronics innovations and understand their crucial importance for the sovereignty of French and European industries. These events are designed to inspire students to get involved in electronics research and join their first professional network. Come and learn, network, and contribute to the future of electronics in France and beyond. It is FREE, including lunch and cocktail.

6 stops, 5 subjects, 1 “Maillot Jaune”
16 April: Lille – Come and Discover Microelectronics !
18 April: Bordeaux – A focus on Digital Pre-Distortion
19 April: Grenoble – Open Hardware: the new road?
24 April: Montpellier – Dealing with Energy Constraints in Computing Systems
26 April: Paris – Hardware solutions for AI
18 November: Nancy – Ligne d’arrivée at ICECS 2024

About the Maillot Jaune
Prof. Ricardo REIS
Ricardo Reis is a full professor at UFRGS (Brazil), focusing on design automation and microelectronics education. He has over 700 publications and has held prominent roles in IEEE CASS, receiving numerous awards, and was made Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Montpellier. Founder of several conferences and chapters, he has contributed to the global microelectronics field.

The talk outlines the evolution of Electronics and Microelectronics, exploring micro and nanoelectronics design trends such as architectural issues, variability, EDA tools, and physical design. It delves into specifics like layout strategies, 3D circuits, flexible and stretchable silicon, fault tolerance, and radiation effects, alongside factory integration. Additionally, it discusses device design trends, emphasizing the increasing importance of power optimization.


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For any inquiries, please contact Francois Rivet