HPCPS is an international workshop focused on the emerging high-performance electronic chip, package and systems. Major theme of the workshop is focused on the co-design, modeling and analysis of the mixed-domain issues arising due to the high-speed, high-density and low-power requirements that are demanded from today's chip, interconnect, package and systems.
Particular emphasis is also placed on signal and power intergrity and electromagnetic compatibility in modern designs. Emerging techniques and methodologies for mixed-domain integration of diverse modules such as novel interconnects, optical components, RF devices and MEMS with electronic chips and packages are also considered.
Prof. Michel Nakhla and Dr. Albert Ruehli
Prof. Madhavan Swaminathan of GeorgiaTech giving Keynote Speech on Signal/Power/Thermal Interplay
Prof.Luca Daniel of MIT Presented with the Memento of HPCPS-2014 for his Invited Talk on Stochastic Analysis of High-Speed Systems by Prof. Ram Achar
Keynote Speech by Prof. Jan M. Rabaey on "The Innovation is in the Mind – The Converging Trajectories of IT, Neuro and Nano
Prof.Faid Najm of University of Toronto Presented with the Memento of HPCPS-2014 by Prof. Michel Nakhla for his Keynote Talk on Power Grid Analysis
Distinguished Lecture by Ullrich Pfeiffer, University of Wuppertal, Germany
Prof. R. Jacob Baker of University of Las Vegas Presented with a Memento by Prof. Michel Nakhla