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19th Conference on Advanced Research in VLSI

March 14-16, 2001

Salt Lake City, Utah

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This meeting continues the tradition of the first Conference on Advanced Research in VLSI held at Caltech in 1979. Since its inception, the Conference has been a forum for interdisciplinary research involving VLSI circuits, systems, CAD, and theory, with an emphasis on novel ideas at an early stage of development. The Conference on Advanced Research in VLSI complements conferences such as ISSCC, ISCA, and ICCAD that focus on a single discipline and emphasize ideas further along in development. ARVLSI 2001 is hosted by the University of Utah. Proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press.


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ARVLSI is being held in Salt Lake City, Utah situated at the foot of the Wasatch mountains. Salt Lake City is the hub of a large metropolitan area, with a population of approximately a million people. Utah itself is a diverse state with, among other things, one of the highest concentrations of computer hardware and software industries in the country. Salt Lake City is the site of the 2002 Winter Olympic games and has 7 world-class ski resorts within a 40 minute drive where skiers enjoy "The Greatest Snow on Earth."

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