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International Symposium on System-on-Chip 2007

Tampere, Finland, November 19-21, 2007

Conference and exhibit dates are November 20-21. A full-day tutorial will be given on Monday November 19.


What's new:
16.1.2008 Panel summary and some photos added
3.12.2007 Survey opened
26.11.2007 Jan Rabaey's presentation uploaded (see invited speakers)
21.11.2007 Event concluded

Survey among SoC 2007 participants

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Photos

Thanks to Mika Kuulusa, some shots with his mobile phone:
Chairman at work, atmosphere in the hockey game, cheerleaders, teams on ice, spectators, ice hall tilted, but where are the SoC guys..., game situation, at work again - Raj Nair on stage.

Welcome

Welcome to the System-on-Chip event homesite. SoC is an annual symposium held at Tampere, Finland - The SoC City. It builds on the tradition of a series of SoC events organized annually since 1999. The mission of SoC is to provide a forum that is fully and comprehensively dedicated to SoC issues.

The event is based on a balanced mixture of

  • world-class invited presentations
  • exhibition of state-of-the-art commercial technology
  • contributed paper track (since 2003)
  • industrial paper track
  • panel discussion
  • tutorial course (since 2001)

The main organizer for the event is Tampere University of Technology
Institute of Digital and Computer Systems in cooperation with timely research activities of the field. Since 2003 the event has technical co-sponsorship by the Circuits and Systems Society of IEEE.

On these pages you will find information on past events and also the upcoming Symposium. For more information, please email Prof. Jari Nurmi (Jari dot Nurmi at TUT dot FI).

SoC 2007 is sponsored by:

IEEE Nokia Mathworks Mentor Graphics