The AACD workshops are a high-quality series of events held all over the world. They have been held annually since 1992 with the aim of bringing together a large group of people working at the forefront of analog circuit design. The workshops offer the opportunity to discuss new possibilities and future developments whilst networking with key figures from across the analog design community.
Typically, the workshop is held in a country/city where a sufficient number of experts are located, and/or can easily travel to. Proceedings are available at the workshop. Afterwards a book is edited of the revised proceedings. The program is made up by the program committee and the workshop is organized by the chairman of the local organization committee.
• The workshop is preferably held between April-May, so as not to clash with other IC design conferences.
• The workshop is held in a different European country every year.
• The workshop covers three different topics during three consecutive days.
• Each day of the workshop consists of six tutorial lectures, ample discussion time and a final panel discussion.
The programme committee consists of Andrea Baschirotto, University of Milan-Bicocca, Kofi Makinwa, T.U.
Delft, and Pieter Harpe, T.U. Eindhoven.
Each year one of the program committee members acts in turn as a chairman of this committee
University of Milan-Bicocca
Dept. of Physics “G. Occhialini”
Piazza della Scienza 3
20126 Milano . Italia
Delft University of Technology
Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
Mathematics and Computer Science
Department of Microelectronics
Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory,
Mekelweg 4, 2628CD Delft,
Eindhoven University of Technology
Department of Electrical Engineering
Mixed-signal Microelectronics Group, 19,
P.O. Box 513, 5600MB Eindhoven,
About Technology Scotland
Technology Scotland is delighted to be organising the 27th Workshop on Advances in Analog Circuit Design. As the leading cluster organisation for industry, academia, and other institutes engaged in the Emerging & Enabling (E&E) Technology sectors in Scotland, we work with organisations involved in advanced materials, electronics, nanotechnology, photonics, advanced manufacturing and more.
Formed in response to industry demands, Technology Scotland is the representative body for E&E Technology organisations in Scotland, blending diverse technology interests, and providing the community with an independent voice. Technology Scotland brings
like-minded companies together to solve problems, drive economic development, and build supply chains. In addition, Technology Scotland provides a range of services including events, workshops, Special Interest Groups, and collaborative networking, to help its membership improve their global competitiveness.
Technology Scotland also acts as a conduit for members to and from government agencies, and to the Technology Advisory Group within Scottish Enterprise.
For more information, visit www.technologyscotland.scot