[vhdl-200x] FW: ** FDL'04 - CALL FOR PAPERS **

Subject: [vhdl-200x] FW: ** FDL'04 - CALL FOR PAPERS **
From: Bailey, Stephen (SBailey@model.com)
Date: Fri Jan 16 2004 - 08:15:30 PST

FYI, a conference subscribers to vhdl-200x might be interested in.

-Steve Bailey

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Subject: ** FDL'04 - CALL FOR PAPERS **

        /*Forum on specification & Design Languages -- FDL'04*/

                                               September 13 - 17, 2004
                                    MACC - University of Lille, France
                                                         an ECSI Event

                       *CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS*
                       *DEADLINE April 2, 2004*

            Full information at <http://www.ecsi.org/fdl/>.

FDL is the European forum to exchange experiences and learn of new
trends in the application of languages and their associated design
methods and tools for the design of electronic systems. By offering
several co-located events, this multi-facetted forum gives an
excellent opportunity to gain up-to-date knowledge across a wide
field. The forum is organized around four interrelated workshops with
tutorials, panels, working sessions, poster sessions and technical
discussions within standardization and user group meetings.

  CSD: C/C++-Based System Design

  AMS: Analog, Mixed-Signal and Mixed-Technology Design

  UML: UML-Based System Specification & Design

  LFSV: Languages for Formal Specification and Verification

  Pierre Boulet Univ. Lille, France -- fdl04@lifl.fr

  CSD: Eugenio Villar, Univ. Cantabria, Spain -- villar@teisa.unican.es
  AMS: Alain Vachoux, EPFL, Switzerland -- alain.vachoux@epfl.ch
  UML: Piet van der Putten, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands
       -- p.h.a.v.d.putten@tue.nl
  LFSV: Wolfgang Mueller, Univ. Paderborn, Germany -- wolfgang@acm.org

ECSI Representatives
  Jean Mermet, ECSI Director, Grenoble, France
  Florence Pourchelle, Secretariat, ECSI Office
    Tel. +33 490 37 15 98
    Internet <http://www.ecsi.org/fdl/>

REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBMISSION: Interested authors are invited to send
the requested information in electronic format to the general chair
(fdl04@lifl.fr) and to the appropriate workshop chair (see above for
e-mail addresses) or to submit these informations via the FDL web site
at <http://www.ecsi.org/fdl/>. Accepted electronic formats are in
preference order: PDF, OpenOffice.org, RTF, Postscript. Compressed
submissions are also accepted: GNU gzip, Unix Compress, PKZip.

          *All FDL submissions must be made electronically*.

Format should be as close as possible to the final format: not to
exceed 12 pages including all figures tables & references, single
spaced, A4, times or equivalent font, size 11, one column. For the
review process, at least an extended abstract of 2 pages that
precisely describes the content is required. To permit a blind review,
do not include name(s) or affiliation(s) of the author(s) in the

Furthermore, short papers can be proposed. Short papers describe a
work in progress, industrial case studies or users experiences, for
example. A short paper consists of up to 6 pages. Short papers are
not published in the post-conference book.

The following information will be needed when submitting your paper,
please submit it as an extra page in PDF format:
  - Paper title, name, affiliation, and e-mail address for each author
  - A designated contact person including his/her phone & fax numbers,
    email address
  - The following statement: All appropriate organizational approvals
    for the publication of this paper have been obtained.


  Paper or abstract contribution due April 02
  Panel session & tutorials proposals due April 30
  Notification of acceptance June 04
  Camera-ready version for proceedings July 30
  Proposal for on-site meetings August 31
  FDL2004 Workshops September 13-17

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