ICCD 2004

October 11 - 13, 2004
San Jose, California


The 22nd International Conference on Computer Design is sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and IEEE Circuits and Systems Society in cooperation with IEEE Electron Devices Society.

The theme for the 2004 ICCD conference is:

"The Convergence of Computing, Communications, and Consumer Electronics."

NOTE:  A Sunday workshop has been added to the conference program.  

In addition to the technical workshop program, there will be a special tribute to Professor Edward J. McCluskey of Stanford University.  For preliminary information, please select the link below.  Additional details on the workshop agenda will be added soon.


Call For Papers

Author Information

Final Program

Registration Information

Presentation Guide

Paper Submission (closed)

Conference Venue

Program Committee

Sunday Workshop (NEW)

Best Paper Awards


ICCD Overview

The International Conference of Computer Design (ICCD) was founded along with the International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD) in 1982 to address critical needs in the design of large-scale integrated systems.  ICCAD was founded to focus on the algorithmic core of CAD, whereas ICCD was oriented to design and CAD applications.

ICCD is the premiere conference covering the research, design, and implementation of computer systems and their components. 

ICCD's multidisciplinary emphasis provides an ideal environment for developers and researchers to discuss practical and theoretical work.

Papers are presented in five conference tracks which focus on design and CAD applications: Computer Systems Design and Architecture; Processor Architecture; Logic and Circuit Design; Tools and Methodology; Verification and Test. Multidisciplinary special sessions have become the hallmark of ICCD, highlighting key research concepts or large design projects.