Where Ideas Meet
DTVEDA 2017 is initiated to provide a common forum for academic and industry researchers for meeting and exploring new avenues of research. The workshop will not only provide the opportunity for face-to-face interaction among Greek researchers and system development professionals, but also aims to attract outstanding international speakers.
|TIME||SESSION / TITLE||SPEAKER|
|09:30||Workshop opening||DTVEDA 2017|
|10:00||Morning keynote session: Ultra-Low Latency Video Streaming||N.Zervas|
|11:00||Coffee break / networking|
|11:30||Greece IEEE Section. Challenges in Circuits and Systems Society in Greece||T.Kakarountas|
|12:00||Technical Sessions: Power integrity – Voltage drop analysis||G.Stamoulis|
|12:30||Technical Sessions: Large-scale circuit simulation||N.Evmorfopoulos|
|14:00||Business Start-Up Session: “Dos and Don’ts” for Technology Start-Ups||N.Zervas|
|14:45||Technical Sessions: Reliability and Energy-efficiency optimizations using Significance-Based Computing||N.Bellas|
|15:15||Technical Sessions: IoT and AgTech: technology will feed the world||S.Bantas|
|15:45||Coffee break / networking|
|16:15||Demos (Exhibition) Session||Centaur, TALOS ed-UTH-robotix|
|17:00||Afternoon keynote session: An Industry View of EDA||D.Kidd|
|TIME||SESSION / TITLE||SPEAKER|
|09:30||Morning keynote session: An overview and recent highlights of more than 20 years Europractice IC service||R.Hoofman|
|10:30||Technical Sessions: NITOS IoT Testbed and Applications||T.Korakis|
|11:15||Coffee break / networking|
|11:45||Business Start-Up Session: From Engineers to Entrepreneurs: How We Discovered We Could Start a Business||G.Varvarelis – D.Evangelopoulos|
|12:15||Poster Session||DTVEDA 2017|
|14:00||Technical Sessions: Current mode integrated circuit design with application to sensor signal conditioning||S.Siskos|
|14:45||Technical Sessions: Hardware Trojan Detection Techniques||P.Kitsos|
|15:15||Coffee break / networking|
|15:45||Technical Sessions: Design and Implementation of Integrated Circuits in Trusted Environments||N.Sklavos|
|17:15||Social Event/Visit to The Rooftile and Brickworks Museum N. & S. Tsalapatas|
Meeting point for everyone in the city. Starting from the sculpture of Argo, Volos city, and continue to the old Papastratou building and the outdoor figures. Enjoy a relaxing coffee while watching the sea waves, take a bicycle ride across the sea, have a drink while looking the neoclassical building of the National Bank of Greece and the Achilleon theatre. Take a walk along the Kordoni – promenade – and come closer to the sea. City of Volos welcomes you like a proper host: tsipouro (schnapps-like firewater) and meze! Visitors on their way to Pelion, students, mariners sailing the Aegean, or city inhabitants, everyone is making a stop here for the tsipouradika. You’ll find them easily on every corner of the city, authentic Greek style.
Pelion or Pelium is a mountain located at the southeastern part of Thessaly in central Greece, forming a hook-like peninsula between the Pagasetic Gulf and the Aegean Sea. Pourianos Stavros, the highest summit, is 1,624 metres (5,328 ft) above sea level. According to the Greek mythology, Mount Pelion (which took its name from the mythical king Peleus, father of Achilles) was the homeland of Chiron the Centaur, tutor of many ancient Greek war heroes, such as Jason, Achilles, and Heracles. Today about twenty-four villages keep the traditional local Pelian architecture build with stone and made out of carefully carved local grey, blue, or green slate and red clay. Built on terraces on the slopes and offer stunning views of the surrounding slopes and the Aegean sea.
The Rooftile and Brickworks Museum N. & S. Tsalapatas
The museum aims at presenting the history of the Tsalapatas Rooftile and Brickworks Factory and the development of rooftile production and brickmaking both in Greece and abroad, in conjunction with the industrial history of the city of Volos
The N. & S. Tsalapatas Rooftile and Brickworks Factory was one of the largest of its kind. Its workshops and industrial facilities have been restored and today constitute a rare surviving example of an industrial complex in Greece.
Volos is located in Central Greece and it can easily reached by train or bus, given the fact that there is no international airport nearby. The two international airports closest to Volos are the Elefterios Venizelos International Airport-Athens and the Macedonia Airport-Thessaloniki. The connections (by bus or train) from Athens or Thessaloniki are very frequent and will bring you directly to the city.
Plastira 1, Volos, Greece, Tel: 2421 092700