The IEEE International System-on-Chip Conference (SOCC) has 26 years of history closely following the development of SoC technology and design. It has been the premier forum for sharing advances in system-on-chip (SoC) technologies, designs, tools, test, verification and applications. The conference provides a platform for researchers and engineers to exchange knowledge, share experiences and establish collaborations.
The high quality and originality of SOCC papers are maintained through rigorous double-blind peer review and plagiarism checks. The conference includes visionary keynote and plenary speeches by distinguished speakers from industry, academia and government, providing you with insight and direction in cutting-edge SOC development. SOCC also offers a panel session and tutorials on the latest topics within the SOC arena. SOCC2014 features a "Design Track” to encourage engineers to present their work and share their knowledge and experience on issues and practical solutions in the development of SoC designs. In addition, SOCC2014 provides a high quality social events program for attendees and guests. SOCC2014 provides Student Grants, sponsored by IEEE CAS Society, to encourage students to participate in SOCC to gain valuable knowledge of cutting-edge SOC design techniques.
The SOCC2014 organizing committee is committed to provide you with a memorable and fruitful conference. We look forward to welcoming you to SOCC2014.
Kaijian Shi, General Chair
|Early registration cutoff date:||Aug. 1, 2014|
|Tech Tutorial School Grant
|Aug. 6, 2014|
NEW in 2014
A Design Track is introduced to encourage engineers in SoC industry to present their work and share their knowledge on issues and solutions in the development of SoC designs.
SOCC 2014 will also feature Special Sessions on hot topics in the SoC arena. If you are interested in organizing a Special Session, please contact the Technical Program Chairs.
To advance SoC research and training and enrich students’ experience in their academic professions, SOCC 2014 will offer student grant including Student Travel Grant and Student Tutorial School Grant with generous support from IEEE CAS Society Outreach Initiative and some industry sponsors. The SOCC Student Grant will enable us to cover students’ registration fees and travel fare within the limit. In particular, the student travel award will be available to student authors to encourage them to attend the conference and present their work. The SoC Tech Tutorial School will offer graduate students the opportunity to participate in a full day intensive lectures on SoC research and development. The school program will feature a series of tutorials from renowned industry experts and academic researchers. The number and amount of the awards will be determined based on the number of eligible applicants and the availability of funds.