The International Symposium on Physical Design provides a premier forum to exchange ideas and promote research on critical areas related to the physical design of VLSI systems. All aspects of physical design, including its interactions with architecture, behavioral and logic-level synthesis, and back-end performance analysis and verification are within the scope of the symposium. Target domains include semi-custom and full-custom ICs, ASICs, FPGAs, and systems-on-chip/systems-in-package. In 2020, the 29th symposium will highlight key new directions and leading-edge theoretical and experimental contributions to the field. The ACM Press will publish accepted papers in the symposium proceedings. ISPD will recognize excellent contributions through a Best Paper Award.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

Floorplanning and interconnect planning

Interactions with system and logic level design

Partitioning, placement, and routing

Analysis and management of power dissipation

Physical design for manufacturability and yield

Management of design data and constraints

Synthesis optimizations within physical design

New physical design methodologies

Estimation and modeling

Physical design for FPGAs

Timing and crosstalk issues in physical design

Circuit analysis in a physical design context

Special structures for clocking and power networks

Multi-threaded/distributed physical design algorithms

Physical design for emerging process technologies

Hardware security related physical design

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