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IEEE ASYNC 2014 - Potsdam, Germany

IHP organizes International Symposium on Asynchronous Circuits and Systems from May 12th - 14th, 2014.

The International Symposium on Asynchronous Circuits and Systems provides a high quality forum for scientists and engineers to present their latest research findings. The previous symposia in ASYNC were held in Santa Monica (2013), Lyngby (2012), Ithaca (2011), Grenoble (2010 and 2006), Chapel Hill (2009), Newcastle (2008), Berkeley (2007), New York (2005), Crete (2004), Vancouver (2003), Manchester (2002), Salt Lake City (2001 and 1994), Eilat (2000), Barcelona (1999), San Diego (1998), Eindhoven (1997), and Aizu (1996).


This year the symposium received 48 abstract submissions which were followed by 36 full-paper submissions. From these, the program committee selected 12 papers for regular presentation and publication in the IEEE proceedings, yielding an accept rate of 33%.


In addition to the regular paper presentations, ASYNC 2014 also presents industry reports about the latest impacts of asynchronous design concepts in industrial products and prototypes, as well as posters and demos about novel tools and interesting experiments. To further promote the interactive character of the conference, ASYNC 2014 features, for the first time, special discussion sessions about "fresh ideas" to provide a forum for controversial statements and unconventional ideas that are not yet fully explored. Overall you can look forward to a program comprising 33 presentations, contributed by 102 authors from 15 countries around the globe.


And, as traditionally with ASYNC, invited talks by renowned experts form an important pillar of the symposium. This year we have been able to attract Jan M. Rabaey from UC Berkeley in the United States, Paul D. Mitcheson from the Imperial College London in the United Kingdom, and Joseph Sylvester Chang from Nanyang Technology University in Singapore.


General Chair:

Prof. Dr. Eckhard Grass

Phone: +49 335 5625 731


Dr. Milos Krstic 

Phone: +49 335 5625 729



Das Gebäude und die Infrastruktur des IHP wurden finanziert vom Europäischen Fonds für regionale Entwicklung, von der Bundesregierung und vom Land Brandenburg.