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Hyderabad to host VLSI Design Conference 2023 in January

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Published Dec 1, 2022, 11:06 pm IST
Updated Dec 1, 2022, 11:06 pm IST
The conference has granted 150+ Fellowships to encourage passionate and promising VLSI students, researchers, and faculty to attend the conference, by providing them travel, boarding & lodging facilities. (Image: Pixabay)
 The conference has granted 150+ Fellowships to encourage passionate and promising VLSI students, researchers, and faculty to attend the conference, by providing them travel, boarding & lodging facilities. (Image: Pixabay)

Hyderabad: The 36th International Conference of VLSI Design and the 22nd International Conference on Embedded Systems will be held in Hyderabad from 8th to 12th January 2023.

More than 2,000 global Delegates are expected to attend the 5-day VLSI Design Conference, which is being backed by the Telangana government.

The conference will host more than 70 promising IEEE publications, with the best among them getting recognised under the conference’s flagship award categories.

The premier global scale conference themed “Semiconductors Driving Disruptive Innovations in Global Digitalization” brings together more than 30 leading experts in the fields of semiconductors and electronics business, academia, research, innovators, and industry policy makers.

The conference has granted 150+ Fellowships to encourage passionate and promising VLSI students, researchers, and faculty to attend the conference, by providing them travel, boarding & lodging facilities. 

The conference will hold contests like Design Contest, User Design Track, Student Research Forum where budding VLSI engineers have humongous opportunities to present their talent and compete with the industry talent and win awards.

Sanjay Churiwala, General Chair VLSID 2023 “The first physical conference post-pandemic has garnered a lot of interest and enthusiasm. This conference acts as a platform for industry and academia alike to discuss, deliberate, and explore the frontiers of the semiconductor ecosystem that could eventually enable disruptive technologies for global digitalisation.”

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