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ITRI’s VLSI TSA Symposium will Kick Off in April 2023

Online registration for the 2023 International VLSI Symposium on TSA is open until March 31, 2023.

Online registration for the 2023 International VLSI Symposium on TSA is open until March 31, 2023.

ITRI will host the 2023 International VLSI Symposium on Technology, Systems and Applications (VLSI TSA) on April 17-20, 2023 at the Ambassador Hotel Hsinchu, Taiwan.

Experts from top companies and prestigious academic institutions including TSMC, Intel, NVIDIA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, UC Santa Barbara, the University of Tokyo, Cadence Design Systems, Inc., University of California, Los Angeles, CEA-Leti, and Siemens EDA will share their insights and latest research findings on hot issues, such as quantum computing, heterogeneous integration, energy efficient VLSI technologies, sensors and applications for automotive/drone, dielectric stacking and interface engineering, high power devices, advanced packaging technologies, novel channel logic and 3D-stacked transistors, compute-in-memory: from architecture to devices, security and encryption, and advanced process-induced design challenges and solutions.

Established in 1983, VLSI TSA is the premier event on VLSI in semiconductor-related fields and attracts up to 1,000 participants every year. At this year’s event, six esteemed experts will give excellent keynote speeches. Prof. John Martinis of UC Santa Barbara will share his insights on current technology of quantum computing. Mr. Robert Munoz of Intel will describe how and why chiplet-related industry collaboration efforts are key to more comprehensive reuse at industry scale, fundamentally reshaping how our industry collaborates to build future systems. Prof. Ken Takeuchi of the University of Tokyo will illustrate how Computation-in-Memory can realize energy efficient neuromorphic systems, especially at edge AI. Prof. Shih-Lien Lu of Warner Pacific University will examine the challenges and opportunities of security from the point of view of VLSI design and technology, focusing on different aspects of hardware security. Dr. Olivier Faynot, Head of Silicon Component Department at CEA-Leti will discuss ongoing developments that will impact power consumption related to data generation, transfer, compute and storage. Dr. Y.-C. Frank Wang of NVIDIA will also join the keynote session with the latest research findings at the 2023 VLSI TSA.

The 2023 VLSI TSA is planned as a hybrid event, comprising both an in-person symposium and on-demand video presentations that will be available after the physical event. The in-person symposium will take place from April 17-20, 2023 at the Ambassador Hotel Hsinchu, Taiwan. Over 130 outstanding papers will be presented at the symposium. Following the physical event, one-month-long on-demand video presentations will be provided to attendees.

Online registration is open until March 31, 2023. In case of missing the deadline, participants may register on-site during April 17-20, 2023. Students can take advantage of up to a 70% discount on their registration fee.

For more information, please visit the symposium website at 2023 VLSI TSA.