First Call for Papers2005 MAPLD International Conference
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center Washington, D.C.
September 7-9, 2005
The 8th annual MAPLD International Conference will present papers on programmable logic devices and technologies, digital engineering, and related fields, for military and aerospace applications. Devices, technologies, logic design, flight applications, fault tolerance, usage, reliability, radiation susceptibility, and encryption applications of programmable devices, processors, and adaptive computing systems in military and aerospace systems are topics for papers. For 2005, MAPLD will be expanded to 3 full days and will feature expanded "Birds of a Feather" Workshop Sessions. Full-day seminars will be offered on September 6, 2005.
We are planning an exciting program with presentations by Government, industry, academia, and consultants, including talks by distinguished Invited Speakers. This conference is open to US and foreign participation and is unclassified. For related information, please see the NASA Office of Logic Design Web Site
Abstract submittal info:
Special Talks Include:
- Welcome and Opening Address * Invited History Talk * Invited Mishap Talk (new for 2005) * The Application Engineers' View * Panel Session: "Why Are Space Stations So Hard?"
Four Seminars Are Being Planned:
- Signal Integrity, Power Integrity, and Interfacing * Real-Time, Hi-Rel Software Issues for Computer Designers * Device Failure Modes and Reliability * Reconfigurable High-Performance Computing
Planned Technical Sessions
- Applications: Military & Aerospace * Verification of High Reliability Designs * Radiation Effects and Mitigation Techniques * Logic Design and Processors * Reconfigurable Computing, Evolvable Hardware, and Security * Poster Session * BOF-L: Mitigation Methods for Reprogrammable Logic in the Space Radiation Environment * BOF-F: Reconfigurable Computing * BOF-J: PLD Failures, Analyses, and the Impact on Systems * BOF-S: NESC and Software * BOF-G: Digital Engineering and Computer Design - A Retrospective and Lessons Learned for Today's Engineers
Reservations are being accepts for the Industrial & Gov't Exhibits:
For additional information:
Conference home page:
Richard B. Katz NASA Office of Logic Design email@example.com