2019 International Conference On Computer Aided Design

The Premier Conference Devoted to Technical Innovations in Electronic Design Automation

November 4-7, 2019The Westin Westminster Westminster, CO

v class="event-details"> MP Associates, Inc.

MONDAY November 05, 10:30am - 12:30pm | Saint Tropez
EVENT TYPE: REGULAR SESSION

SESSION 1A
Analytical Techniques in Design Planning
Moderator:
Sabya Das - Synopsys, Inc.
The papers in this session propose techniques to address different challenges in the physical design flow. The first paper considers the thermal aspect of design during the floorplanning stage. The second paper proposes an analytical solution of Poisson's equation to solve global placement, and the third one suggests proximal group ADMM approach for foggy and proximity effects-aware placement. Finally, the fourth paper discusses efficient partitioning and grouping for Timing-driven Multiplexing in FPGA designs.

1A.1A Fast Thermal-Aware Fixed-Outline Floorplanning Methodology Based on Analytical Models
 Speaker: Wei-Yi Chang - National Cheng Kung Univ.
 Authors: Jai-Ming Lin - National Cheng Kung Univ.
Tai-Ting Chen - National Cheng Kung Univ.
Yen-Fu Chang - National Cheng Kung Univ.
Wei-Yi Chang - National Cheng Kung Univ.
Ya-Ting Shyu - Industrial Technology Research Institute
Yeong-Jar Chang - Industrial Technology Research Institute
Juin-Ming Lu - Industrial Technology Research Institute
1A.2*Analytical Solution of Poisson's Equation and Its Application to VLSI Global Placement
 Speaker: Zhipeng Huang - Fuzhou Univ.
 Authors: Wenxing Zhu - Fuzhou Univ.
Zhipeng Huang - Fuzhou Univ.
Jianli Chen - Fuzhou Univ.
Yao-Wen Chang - National Taiwan Univ.
1A.3Novel Proximal Group ADMM for Placement Considering Fogging and Proximity Effects
 Speaker: Jianli Chen - Fuzhou Univ.
 Authors: Jianli Chen - Fuzhou Univ.
Li Yang - Fuzhou Univ.
Zheng Peng - Fuzhou Univ.
Wenxing Zhu - Fuzhou Univ.
Yao-Wen Chang - National Taiwan Univ.
1A.4Simultaneous Partitioning and Signal Grouping for Time-Division Multiplexing in 2.5D FPGA-Based Systems
 Speaker: Shih-Chun Chen - National Taiwan Univ.
 Authors: Shih-Chun Chen - National Taiwan Univ.
Richard Sun - Synopsys, Inc.
Yao-Wen Chang - National Taiwan Univ.


* Indicates Best Paper Candidate