In association with IEEE NESEA 2010 www.nesea-conference.org/2010/



The scope of this workshop includes, but is not limited to:


Digital, analog, mixed-signal, VLSI, asynchronous and RF design

Processor and memory

DSP and FPGA/ASIC-based design

Synthesis and physical design

Embedded system hardware/software co-design

CAD/EDA methodologies and tools

Statistical timing analysis and low power design methodologies

Network/system on-a-chip and applications

Hardware description languages, SystemC and SystemVerilog

Simulation, verification and test technology

Semiconductor devices and solid-state circuits

Fuzzy and neural networks

Communication signal processing

Mobile and wireless communications

Peer-to-peer video streaming and multimedia communications

Communication channel modeling

Antennas and radio-wave propagation

Numerical algorithms


Equivalence checking, model checking, SAT-based methods, compositional methods and probabilistic methods

Graph theory, process algebras, petri-nets, automaton theory, BDDs and UML

Formal methods

Distributed, real-time and hybrid systems

Reversible computing and biocomputing

Software architecture and design

Software testing and analysis

Software dependability, safety and reliability

Programming languages, tools and environments

Face detection and recognition

Database and data mining

Image and video processing


Artificial intelligence

Average-case analysis and worst-case analysis

Design and programming methodologies for network protocols and applications

Coding, cryptography algorithms and security protocols

Evolutionary computation





All papers will be published by IJDATICS: http://datics.nesea-conference.org/IJDATICS/. Papers should be written in English. Preparation of the manuscript must be in LaTeX. There is no template for the initial paper. The LaTeX style files for preparing the camera ready of the accepted papers in LaTeX are available by email to ss.datics@gmail.com.


The abstract should be 1 page long and should clearly describe the research topic that will be presented at the workshop. This abstract will be peer reviewed and recommendations will be made for improvement. Final papers will be 4 pages long and should address the reviewers comments.


Abstracts and full papers should be submitted via EasyChair at:



The authors of all submitted papers are expected to (i.) serve on the TPC for STUDENT-NESEA and (ii.) present their paper at the student workshop on 26/11/10. STUDENT-NESEA attendees are entitled to a free conference registration for NESEA 2010.





05/11/10…………………………Abstract Deadline

19/11/10……………………Review Notification

10/01/11……………………Full Paper Deadline

10/02/11…………Proceedings Publication