The TPC member list is available in the "Conflict of Interest" tab at the top of this webpage.
TPC members are organized into three groups based on the subcommittee in which they serve--it is highly recommended that submitters review the appropriate TPC group list with all their co-authors prior to abstract submission, so that they have the information ready at the time of submission.
DAC assumes that authors have no additional COIs with TPC members, beside those that have been declared at the time of manuscript submission.
If a manuscript is found to have failed in identifyng a COI, during or after the paper selection process, the submitted manuscript will be automatically rejected.
Authors are responsible for ensuring that their manuscript meets the submission guidelines outlined in the tabs at the top of this page.
There will be no opportunity for re-submission to correct any issues.
Please note that there separate categories for electronic design automation topics, embedded systems and software topics, automotive electronic design, design and system security, and electronic design topics.
If you think that your work makes a significant contribution to any of the design related topics, you should consider writing a complete 6-page research manuscript and submit it to the regular research track.
To circumvent this issue, DAC has implemented a disclosure process.
When submitting a paper, the authors are asked to list each relevant paper that has not yet been published and include the corresponding pdf of the paper.