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  • Ricardo Zebulum
    Dear Colleague, Please find attached the call for papers for the 1st Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems (AHS 2006). The conference will be sponsored
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      Dear Colleague,

      Please find attached the call for papers for
      the 1st Conference on Adaptive Hardware and
      Systems (AHS'2006). The conference will be sponsored
      by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
      (NASA)
      European Space Agency (ESA) (To be confirmed) and
      Technical Research Council of Turkey.

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      1st Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems
      (AHS'2006)
      June 16- 18, 2006
      Hilton Istanbul, Turkey

      Call For Papers


      Sponsored by:

      National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
      European Space Agency (ESA) (To be confirmed)
      Technical Research Council of Turkey (Tubitak)

      Technical Co-Sponsor:

      IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (IEEE, CAS) (To be
      confirmed)

      Supported by:

      Life Detection Science and Technology, JPL ( LDST,
      JPL)
      University of Edinburgh, UK
      Institute for System Level Integration, (ISLI), UK
      European Centre for Secure Information and Systems
      (CESIS)
      Spiral Gateway Ltd., UK

      Bahçeşehir University, Turkey

      Hosted by:

      Bahçeşehir University, Turkey

      TUBITAK-BILTEN



      SCOPE

      The First Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems
      (AHS'2006) will be held June 16-18, 2006, in Istanbul,
      Turkey, immediately following the IEEE Conference on
      Communications (June 11-15) . The purpose of this
      conference is to bring together leading researchers
      from the adaptive hardware and systems community to
      exchange experiences and share new ideas in the field.

      Adaptation reflects the capability of a system to
      maintain, or improve its performance in the context of
      internal or external changes, such as uncertainties
      and variations during fabrication, faults and
      degradations, modifications in the operational
      environment, incidental or intentional interference,
      different users and preferences, modifications of
      standards and requirements, trade-offs between
      performance and resources, etc.

      Adaptation at hardware levels increases the system
      capabilities beyond what is possible with
      software-only solutions, and a large number of
      adaptation features employing both analog and digital
      adjustments are becoming increasingly present in the
      most elementary system components. Algorithms,
      techniques, and their implementation in hardware are
      developed over a diverse variety of applications, such
      as adaptive communications (adapting to changing
      environment and interferences), reconfigurable systems
      on a chip and portable wireless devices (adapting to
      power limitations) or survivable spacecraft (adapting
      to extreme environments and mission unknowns).

      This meeting will provide a forum for discussion on
      the generic techniques of adaptive hardware and
      systems, with a focus on communications and space
      applications, with view to its expansion and
      exploitation in other applications such as consumer,
      medical, defense and security, etc. Topics to be
      covered include, but are not limited to:

      Built-in tunable structures and automated tuning
      Automatic/self-calibration
      Built-in self-test and self-repair
      On-chip learning and adaptation
      Adaptive circuits and configurable IP cores
      Reconfigurable and morphable hardware
      Embryonic hardware, morphogenesis
      Evolvable hardware

      Design for adaptive systems
      Adaptive control circuits
      Search and optimization algorithms for adaptive
      hardware
      Hardware implementations of optimization engines
      Learning and evolutionary algorithms for adaptive
      hardware
      Algorithms for exploring design space of adaptive
      hardware
      Adaptive computing and run-time reconfiguration
      Adaptation with hardware in the loop
      Embryonic hardware, morphogenesis

      Adaptive Optics
      Adaptive Antennas
      Adaptive Sensing
      Adaptive Interfaces
      Hardware for adaptive signal processing
      Adaptive medical and prosthetic devices
      Adaptive wired and wireless networks
      Adaptive hardware for autonomous systems
      Adaptive flight hardware
      Space applications
      Communications applications



      SUBMISSION OF PAPERS

      Submission instructions will be available at
      http://ehw.jpl.nasa.gov/events/ahs2006

      Questions regarding papers should be addressed to:

      Didier Keymeulen didier@...
      Tel: +1 818 354-4280, Fax : +1 818 393 4272



      IMPORTANT DATES

      Proposals for Tutorials, Panels and Workshops:
      December 16, 2005

      Submission deadline: January 11, 2006

      Author notification : March 3, 2006

      Camera ready manuscript deadline : April, 10, 2006



      CHAIRS

      General Chair
      Adrian Stoica, Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
      USA

      Vice General Chairs
      Tughrul Arslan, University of Edinburgh, UK

      Şenay Yalçın,
      Bahçeşehir University, Turkey

      Technical Program Co-Chairs

      Didier Keymeulen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA
      TBD-ESA


      Tetsuya Higuchi, AIST, Japan

      Tutorials and Workshops Chair

      Ricardo Zebulum, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA

      Local Organizing Chair
      Nizamettin Aydin, Bahçeşehir University,
      Turkey



      LOCAL ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE

      Ahmet T. Erdoğan, University of Edinburgh, UK
      F. Tunç Bozbura, Bahçeşehir University, Turkey
      Levent Eren, Bahçeşehir University, Turkey
      Bülent Bilir, Bahçeşehir University, Turkey
      Sefer Kurnaz, Aeronautics and Space Technologies
      Institute, Turkey
      Sezer G. Uğurdağ, Bahçeşehir
      University, Turkey



      PROGRAM COMMITTEE

      Peter Athanas, Virginia Tech, USA
      Juergen Becker, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
      Neil W. Bergmann, U. of Queensland , Australia
      John Choma, University of Southern California, USA
      Carlos A. Coello Coello, Mexico
      Sorin Cristoloveanu, ENSERG, France
      Hugo deGaris, Utah State University, USA
      Antonio Di Nola, Italy
      Rolf Drechsler, University of Bremen, Germany
      Dario Floreano, EPFL, Switzerland
      Rajesh Galivanche, Intel, USA
      Manfred Glesner, Darmstadt University of Technology,
      Germany
      Garrison Greenwood, Portland State University, USA
      David Gwaltney, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, USA
      Pauline Haddow, Norwegian University of Science and
      Technology, Norway
      Tetsuya Higuchi, National Institute of Advanced
      Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
      Daniel Howard, Qinetiq, U.K.
      Lishan Kang, China University of Geoscience, China
      John Koza, Stanford University, USA
      Bernard Manderick, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
      Pierre Marchal, Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de
      Microtechnique SA, Switzerland
      Trent McConaghy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,
      Belgium
      Bob McKay, ADFA and Seoul National University, South
      Korea
      Brian Meadows, SPAWAR, USA
      Karlheinz Meier, University of Heidelberg, Germany
      Julian Miller, University of York, UK
      Mohammad Mojarradi, JPL, USA
      J. Manuel Moreno, Technical University of Catalunya,
      Spain
      Marek A. Perkowski , USA
      Justinian Rosca, Siemens Corporate Research, USA
      Eduardo Sanchez, Swiss Federal Institute of
      Technology, Switzerland
      Hajime Shibata, Analog Devices, Japan
      Jim Torresen, University of Oslo, Norway
      Sakir Sezer, Queen's University Belfast, N. Ireland,
      UK
      Horia-Nicolai Teodorescu, Technical University of
      Iasi, Romania
      Andrew M. Tyrrell , University of York, UK
      Ranga Vemuri, U of Cincinnati, USA
      Xin Yao, The University of Birmingham, UK
      Svetlana Yanushkevich, University of Calgary, Canada
      Nüket Yetis, TUBITAK, Turkey
      Murat Askar, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
      Emin Anarim, Bogazici University, Turkey
      H. Fatih Uğurdağ, Bahçeşehir
      University, Turkey
      Ilker Hamzaoglu, Sabanci University, Turkey
      Uğur Leloglu, TUBİTAK-BİLTEN, Turkey


      CONTACT INFORMATION

      For further information please check the workshop web
      site http://ehw.jpl.nasa.gov/events/ahs2006, or
      contact:

      General/Technical: Adrian Stoica
      adrian.stoica@..., Tel: +1 818 354-2190, Fax:
      +1 818 393-4272

      Organizational/Logistics: Tughrul Arslan
      T.Arslan@... , Tel: +44 131 650 5592, Fax: +44
      131 650 6554





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