The International Symposium on Electronic System Design (ISED) is a forum for the leading researchers, engineers and designers to present and to discuss various aspects of electronic systems design, automation and enabling technologies. Over the years, ISED has been providing with a collaborative platform for academics and industrialists from around the world and attracting quality submissions from emerging and established researchers.
When we think about one single thing that has caused maximum social impact, the “mobile phone” comes to our mind. Mobile phones and other similar systems are essentially embedded systems designed using system-on-chip (SoC) technology. This system consists of several heterogeneous components, such as: (1) analog/mixed signal circuits including radio frequency (RF) components, (2) digital circuits, (3) power management systems, including the battery, and (4) software. The objective of the International Symposium on Electronic System Design (ISED) is to bring experts from these fields together so that efficient design of such portable systems is made possible. The next issue that arises, is how to train the next generation of engineers to acquire the needed expertise.
ISED is technically sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and IEEE. The proceedings of the ISED are published by the IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services, and are archived in the digital libraries (CSDL, IEEE Xplore, IEEE IEL).
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