Home Project Description Consortium The European Electronic Chips & Systems design Initiative (ECSI, France)

The European Electronic Chips & Systems design Initiative (ECSI) is a European non-profit association, established in 1993 by large industrial developers of electronic systems, manufacturers of integrated circuits in Europe and major EDA companies. ECSI operates via collaborative research and development projects that address specific issues in the system design domain. ECSI organises yearly conferences: FDL (Forum on specification and Design Languages) and DASIP (Design & Architectures for Signal and Image Processing) as well as focused workshops devoted to provide a complete overview of advanced topics, emerging methods, and standards in system design. ECSI is also one of the sponsors of DATE. An important activity of ECSI is related to standardization in the domain of system design. ECSI established relations with the most important international standardization bodies to facilitate the access to information, support the standardization process and adoption of standards, among them: IEEE/DASC, OSCI, SPIRIT, OCP-IP, Si2, Accellera, OMG.

Main tasks attributed to the project:

  • WP5 leadership
  • Organisation and support of the project dissemination activities: workshops, conference sessions, relations to standard making bodies
  • Deployment of training

Previous experiences relevant to the tasks attributed to the project:

  • Long experience in the standardisation activities within DASC, OCP-IP, OSCI
  • Organisation of conferences: FDL (12 editions), DASIP (3 editions), involvement in creation and steering of the DATE Conference
  • Organisation of workshops and training: 6-10 events per year
  • Similar activities of dissemination in R&D projects - FP5: SYDIC-Training, ODETTE, FP6: SPRINT, ICODES


Last Updated ( Monday, 07 June 2010 08:56 )  


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