The PhD school on emerging technologies for design and engineering of electronic systems addresses foundations, techniques, and tools concerning architectures, circuits, devices, design automation, verification, test, and security, within digital, analog, and mixed-signal systems. This first edition of the school (Verona, October 5-7, 2018) has
the goal of presenting the state of the art of the current techniques in emerging technologies for design and engineering of electronic systems to enable doctoral students and young researchers to advance the field and apply the developed methodologies to concrete scenarios promoting their application in the industrial practice.
"In the general context of design and engineering of electronics systems, the technical theme for this edition is focused on new computing paradigms by addressing cutting-edge research fields like heterogeneous, neuromorphic and brain-inspired, biologically-inspired, approximate computing systems, as well as machine-learning based solutions for design and engineering of electronic systems."
Lectures will concern emerging technologies in the following fields, with the goal of providing students with a homogeneous background ranging from architectures to application without forgetting verification and testing issues: