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Workshop in the IEEE International Conference on Networked Embedded
Systems for for Every Application (NESEA 2012)


13th - 14th December 2012, Liverpool, UK



DATICS Workshops were initially created by a network of researchers
and engineers both from academia and industry in the areas of Design,
Analysis and Tools for Integrated Circuits and Systems. Recently,
DATICS has been extended to the fields of Communication, Computer
Science, Software Engineering and Information Technology. The main
target of DATICS-NESEA’12 is to bring together software/hardware
engineering researchers, computer scientists, practitioners and people
from industry to exchange theories, ideas, techniques and experiences
related to all aspects of DATICS.

DATICS-NESEA’12 will be hosted by the 3rd IEEE International
Conference on Networked Embedded Systems for Every Application (NESEA
- http://www.nesea-conference.org) and take place in Liverpool, UK,
13-14 December 2012.


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

Circuits, Systems and Communications:

·         Design, Simulation and Test of Digital, Analog, Mixed Mode and RF
·         Circuits and Systems
·         Processor Design and Embedded Systems
·         VLSI, ASIC, FPGA, SoC and MPSoC
·         Computer Aided Design and Electronic Design Automation
·         Circuits and Systems for Communications
·         Power Systems and Power Electronic Circuits
·         Nonlinear Circuits and Systems
·         Control Theory Topics in Circuits and Systems
·         Signal Processing
·         Circuits and Systems for Biomedical Applications
·         Circuits and Systems for Energy Harvesting
·         Circuits and Systems for Cryptography
·         Circuits and Systems for Low Power Applications
·         Computer Aided Verification
·         Computer Aided Interconnect Analysis and Optimization
·         Circuit/Device Modeling and Simulation
·         Formal Modelling and Analysis of Circuits and Systems
·         SystemC, SystemVerilog and Transcation Level Modelling
·         Self-Correcting/Self-Healing Circuits and Systems
·         Cyber-Physical Systems
·         Battery Management Systems
·         Photovoltaic System Design

Computer Science, Software Engineering and Information Technology:

·         Formal Methods, Graph Theory, Process Algebras, Petri-Nets, Automaton
·         Theory, BDDs and UML
·         Equivalence Checking, Model Checking, SAT-based Methods, Compositional
·         Methods and Probabilistic Methods
·         Average-Case Analysis and Worst-Case Analysis
·         Numerical Algorithms
·         Software Developed to Solve Science
·         Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
·         Intelligent Systems
·         Internet and Web Systems
·         Real-Time, Hybrid, Embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems
·         Agent and Autonomous Systems
·         Scientific Computing and Applications
·         Computer and Information Science
·         Computer Networks and Data Communications
·         Distributed Systems, Grid Computing and Services Computing
·         Design and Programming Methodologies for Network Protocols and Applications
·         Wireless Sensor Networks
·         E-Business Design and Applications
·         Financial Mathematics
·         Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing
·         Computer Architecture
·         Computer Control and Robotics
·         Computer Graphics, Animation, and Virtual Reality
·         Computers in Education and Learning Technologies
·         Computer Modeling and Simulations
·         Computer Security and Privacy
·         Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition


·         All submitted papers should be in the form of .pdf and are
to be limited to a maximum length of 8 ages (A4 size, single space,
Times Roman of font size 10, two columns format), including figures,
tables and references. There is no template for the initial paper.

·         Please submit full papers using the EasyChair
DATICS-NESEA’12 Webpage at

·         If the paper(s) is/are accepted for publication, at least
one of the authors of the accepted paper(s) must register to the
DATICS-NESEA'12 Workshop through the hosting conference NESEA 2012.
Details of the registration can be found at

·         Please note that accepted papers will appear in the
conference proceedings, published in IEEEXplore (The proceedings will
be included in EI and other indexes).

·         Expanded and enhanced versions of accepted papers in
DATICS-NESEA’12 can also be considered for inclusion in the IJDATICS
journal (http://datics.nesea-conference.org/IJDATICS/).

DATICS-NESEA’12 Review Process

DATICS-NESEA'12 consists of about 150 experts in the related fields of
DATICS both from academia and industry. Each submission will be sent
to at least 2 members of the DATICS IPC and additional reviewers for


·         Ka Lok Man, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (China),
Myongji University (South Korea) and Baltic Institute of Advanced
Technology (Lithuania)
·         Chi-Un Lei, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
·         Amir-Mohammad Rahmani, University of Turku, Finland

Important Dates

Deadline for Workshop papers: September 10, 2012

Acceptance of Workshop papers: October 10, 2012

Camera-ready version: October 25, 2012