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Dear Colleagues:

I would like to let you know about the Adaptive Hardware and Systems
Conference in Istanbul in June of this year. Please find the CFP
attached.

This is the first international version of a NASA/DoD conference that
was so far held 7 times in the US. This year the sponsor list grew to
include the European Space Agency, University of Edinburgh, Bahcesehir
University, and Technical Research Council of Turkey. The program
committee
includes renowned people such as Stanford's John Koza who pioneered the
area of
genetic programming.

Your participation in this conference with or without a paper will
enrich the event. We are looking forward to seeing you in Istanbul
where East
meets West and are hoping that you will share this information with
your colleagues interested in adaptive, reconfigurable, evolvable
hardware
and related areas.

I wish you all the best in 2006.

Regards,

Dr. H. Fatih Ugurdag
Bahcesehir University
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Dept.
Istanbul, Turkey


CFP
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1st Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems - AHS'2006
June 16 - 18, 2006
Istanbul, Turkey
(previously held 7 times in the US by NASA/DoD)

Organized by
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
European Space Agency (ESA)
Technical Research Council of Turkey
Bahcesehir University, Turkey
IEEE-CAS
JPL
University of Edinburgh, UK
Spiral Gateway Ltd., UK

Hosted by
Bahcesehir University, Turkey
TUBITAK-BILTEN, Turkey

General Chair
Adrian Stoica, JPL

Vice General Chairs
Tughrul Arslan, University of Edinburgh
Didier Keymeulen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Senay YalE7%in, Bahcesehir University
Tetsuya Higuchi, AIST, Japan

Organizing Chair
Nizamettin Aydin, Bahcesehir University
Ricardo Zebulum, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Organizing Committee
Bulent Bilir, Bahcesehir University
F2E% TunE7% Bozbura, Bahcesehir University
YalE7%in C7%ekiE7%, Bahcesehir University
Ahmet T. Erdogan, University of Edinburgh
Levent Eren, Bahcesehir University
Sefer Kurnaz, Aeronautics and Space Technologies Institute, Turkey
Ugur Murat Leloglu, TUBITAK-BILTEN, Turkey
H2E% Fatih Ugurdag, Bahcesehir University

Program Committee
Emin Anarim, Bogazici University, Turkey
Murat Askar, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Peter Athanas, Virginia Tech, USA
Juergen Becker, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Neil W. Bergmann, University of Queensland, Australia
John Choma, University of Southern California, USA
Carlos A. Coello Coello, Laboratorio Nacional de InformE1%tica
Avanzada, Mexico
Sorin Cristoloveanu, ENSERG, France
Antonio Di Nola, University of Salerno, Italy
Rolf Drechsler, University of Bremen, Germany
F2E% Joel Ferguson, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Dario Floreano, EPFL, Switzerland
Nobuo Fujii, University of Tokyo, Japan
Rajesh Galivanche, Intel, USA
Manfred Glesner, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany
Maya Gokhale, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Pauline C. Haddow, Norwegian University of Science and Technology,
Norway
Ilker Hamzaoglu, Sabanci University, Turkey
Paul Hasler, Georgia Tech, USA
Tetsuya Higuchi, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science
and Technology, Japan
Daniel Howard, Qinetiq, UK
Lishan Kang, China University of Geosciences, China
Haluk Konuk, Broadcom Corporation, USA
John Koza, Stanford University, USA
Kalmanje S. Krishnakumar, NASA Ames, USA
Jason Lohn, NASA Ames, USA
Bernard Manderick, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
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
Mohammad Mojarradi, Jet Propulsion Laboratory , USA
J2E% Manuel Moreno, Technical University of Catalunya, Spain
Masahiro Murakawa, National Institute of Advanced Industrial
Science and Technology, Japan
Alex Orailoglu, University of California, San Diego, USA
Christos A. Papchristou, Case Western Reserve University, USA
Marek A. Perkowski, Portland State University, USA
Viktor Prasanna, University of Southern California, USA
Justinian Rosca, Siemens Corporate Research, USA
Eduardo Sanchez, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
Radu Secareanu, Freescale Semiconductor, USA
Sakir Sezer, Queen's University Belfast, UK
Hajime Shibata, Analog Devices, Japan
Horia-Nicolai Teodorescu, Technical University of Iasi, Romania
Jim Torresen, University of Oslo, Norway
Andrew M. Tyrrell, University of York, UK
Osman Nuri Ucan, Istanbul University, Turkey
Sezer GF6%ren Ugurdag, Bahcesehir University, Turkey
Ranga Vemuri, University of Cincinnati, USA
Tanya Vladimirova, Surrey Space Centre, UK
Svetlana Yanushkevich, University of Calgary, Canada
Xin Yao, University of Birmingham, UK
NFC%ket Yetis, TUBITAK, Turkey
Sanyou Zeng, China University of Geosciences, China

Conference Venue
AHS'2006 will be held at the Hilton Istanbul , Cumhuriyet Caddesi,
Harbiye, Istanbul, Turkey.

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. The conference expands the topics addressed
by the precursor series of NASA/DoD Conference
on Evolvable Hardware held between 1999 and 2005.
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
Evolvable hardware
Design for adaptive systems
Adaptive control circuits
Adaptive flight hardware
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
Communications applications of adaptive hardware
Space applications of adaptive hardware

Submission of Papers
Prospective authors are invited to submit the electronic version
of their full paper (i.e. PS, PDF, MSWord) by email to
didier@... using subject line: AHS-2006: [last name of
first author] and naming the file using the last name
of first author: e.g., smith.pdf . Papers are limited to 8 pages and
should be submitted in single-spaced, 10 point type on a
82E%5" X 11" or equivalent paper with 1" margins on all sides. Each
submission should contain the following items: (1) title of
paper, (2) author name(s), (3) first author physical address, (4)
first author e-mail address, (5) first author phone number,
(6) a maximum 200 words abstract (7) the text of the paper, and (8)
references. Accepted papers will be published in the
conference proceedings; details on the publication will be posted
later at the conference web site.
Questions regarding papers should be addressed to:
Didier Keymeulen
didier@... Tel: +1 818 354-4280 Fax: +1 818 393-4272

Contact Information
For further information please check the conference 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
T2E%Arslan@... Tel: +44 131 650-5592 Fax: +44 131 650-6554
Nizamettin Aydin
n2E%aydin@... Tel: +90 212 669-6523 x1233 Fax: +90 212 669-4398

Important Dates
Proposals for tutorials, panels and workshops: January 15, 2006
Submission deadline: March 1, 2006
Author notification: March 26, 2006
Camera ready manuscript deadline: April 9, 2006
Early registration for authors and discounted rate: April 9, 2006


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