Tenth International Symposium on Hardware/Software Codesign
Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado, USA May 6-8, 2002
& WG 10.5
Welcome to CODES'02(Formerly International Workshop on Hardware/Software Codesign)
Announcement: IEEE Computer Magazine: Special Issue on HW/SW Co-Design
New! Photos from Codes'02 banquet
Link to Codesign-Symposium
Local Arrangement Chair: Dr. Ronald Harber, Agilent Technologies.
From: Ron Harber, Local Arrangement Chair
Dear IEEE CODES'02 attendee:
On Sunday, May 5, 2002, I have arranged for a tour of the Rocky Mountains by 14-passenger van starting at 12:00PM (Noon) MDT and lasting between 4 and 5 hours. The details of the tour can be found at the web site:
The cost is $37.50 (US Dollars) per person which is not covered by the conference fees, and the registration deadline is Friday, April 19, 2002. See the details on the web page regarding how to register. Family members and guests are welcome to participate.
The tour is subject to cancellation if insufficient registrations are received.
By far, the largest amount of existing computer systems are embedded systems consisting of both hardware and software components. Advances in process technology and ever increasing demand of smarter, cheaper, power-conscious embedded systems have fueled the needs for better design methodologies and tools to implement such systems. CODES is the major international forum for the presentation and exchange of ideas in this field of hardware/software codesign.
CODES'2002 will mark the 10th anniversary of this unique annual event that brings together researchers and practitioners with such diverse backgrounds as in automotive control, aviation, telecommunications, and of course CAD. In the past years, the event has witnessed the rapid growth in terms of research, development and production in hardware/software co-design. The International Workshop on Hardware/Software Co-Design is naturally evolved to the International Symposium on Hardware/Software Co-Design.
As in the past years, the symposium will continue to select high quality papers to be published in the formal proceedings (ACM) through a rigorous review process. Equally important, the meeting will be structured to promote active discussion between all participants in an informal setting. This is accomplished via short oral presentations of accepted papers combined with poster sessions to provide the attendees with opportunity to investigate and discuss the ideas in depth. Group discussions will be selected based on submitted proposals and/or based on the interests of the participants.