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Welcome to the

ECSI Forum on

Design and specification Languages 2017.

Welcome to the Forum on Design and Specification Languages (FDL) for 2017. FDL is an international forum to exchange experiences and promote new trends in the application of languages, their associated design methods, and tools for the design of electronic systems. The three day technical program hopes to stimulate scientific discussions within and in between scientific topics that cover the mentioned topic areas.
We are delighted to have three keynote talks this year. The first keynote by Dr. Roberto Zafalon from ST Microelectronics, Italy, will discuss three major IoT challenges today: interoperability, security, and business model. The second keynote by Dr. Jan Kuper from QBayLogic will present a perspective on programming in a heterogeneous world. The final keynote by Prof. Sandeep K. Shukla from IIT Kanpur raises highly relevant questions on whether design and specification languages have a role in cyber-security. Additionally, we have two interesting hands-on tutorials on generating virtual prototypes from HIFSuite, and on the SPARK 2014 programming language. We also have two exciting panels discussing high-level languages in designing and verifying complex integrated systems, and whether languages for CPS are needed?
FDL received a total of 27 submissions, of which 13 (48.1%) were selected for inclusion in the IEEE proceedings, while 16 will be presented at the conference. Each of these submissions received an average of 4.8 reviews per paper by the members of the program committee. These presentations form five sessions in addition to the three keynotes, two hands-on tutorials, two panels, and one special session.
The success of FDL is the result of many dedicated individuals in the areas of design and specification languages. In particular, we are thankful to the program committee members who have made considerable contributions in ensuring the high quality of the program. The organizing committee members have worked extremely hard to ensure the success of FDL, and we extend our sincere gratitude to all of them for their dedication and hard work. Finally, we are greatly indebted to our sponsors: IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), CEDA (IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation), IFIP Working Group 10.5 (Design and Engineering of Electronic Systems), ECSI (Electronic Chips & Systems Design Initiative) and the Department of Computer Science at the University of Verona.
It has always been the goal of the committees to continuously improve FDL to meet today's changing needs. As a result, we encourage participants to take the opportunity during the meeting to let us know how we can improve future FDL meetings. We always welcome your comments and suggestions. FDL is committed to building a strong and lively research community, and we encourage everyone to actively participate. We hope that FDL'17 will be interesting, educational, and fun.  We hope it will stimulate interesting discussions, and provide fruitful insights for your research.

Venue

The symposium will take place at the Accademia di Agricoltura Scienze e Lettere (Agriculture, Science and Literature Academy) in the city center of Verona.

Welcome Reception

We kindly invite all participants to a Welcome Reception on Monday, September 18th at 6:30 p.m. The reception will take place at the Osteria al Canton - Piazza Erbe, 36.

Social Event

On Tuesday, September 19th at 8:30 p.m., all participants are invited to Re Teodorico restaurant. While having a beautiful view of Verona by night, we will serve a dinner and we invite everyone to have a nice summer evening with us. During this, contacts to other participants can be strengthened and the day is concluded in a relaxed atmosphere.

The social event will start at 6:00 p.m. We will collect all attendees at the “Accademia“ for the visit of the best historical sites of Verona. At the end of the visit we will arrive to the funicular of Castel San Pietro, that we will use for reaching the restaurant.

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For any other information, please refer to the ECSI website.