ECSI is a European non-profit association, established in 1993 by large industrial developers of electronic systems, manufacturers of integrated circuits in Europe and major EDA companies. ECSI operates via collaborative research and development projects that address specific issues in the system design domain. Current projects include CONTREX, CRAFTERS, OpenES, and PaPP.

ECSI organizes yearly conferences: FDL, DASIP, ESLsyn, and SMD, as well as focused workshops devoted to provide a complete overview of advanced topics, emerging methods, and standards in system design. ECSI is also a proud DATE sponsor.

An important activity of ECSI is related to standardization in the domain of system design. ECSI established relations with the most important international standardization bodies to facilitate the access to information, support the standardization process and adoption of standards: IEEE/DASC, OCP, Si2, Accellera, OMG.

ECSI offers several membership options, whether a company or an individual, to help give you an influence on system design methods and standards. ECSI members are the backbone of our association and we will work closely with you to accommodate your needs and ideas. Please office [at] ecsi [dot] org (contact us) for more information.


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2nd CALL for FDL 2010 Papers IS OPEN Follow Link to website: www.ecsi.org/fdl


Conference Chair: Prof. Tom Kazmierski, Southampton University - September 14th-16th

Observations from Uppsala
The S4D Debug Conference


Blogg by Jakob Engblom

DASIP 2010
Call for papers is open


New web Site is open!!
October 26th-28th
Edinburgh, Scotland
General Chair: Tughrul Arslan
The University of Edinburgh

ECSI will be colocating two workshops at DAC 2010
Anaheim, CA
June 13-18, 2010


System and SoC Debug Integration and Applications
DAC Co-located Event
June 13, 2010 – Anaheim, CA

Choosing Advanced Verification Methods:
So Many Possibilities, So Little Time
DAC Co-located Event
Proposed date: June 14, 2010 – Anaheim, CA

VHDL-AMS Survey and Call for Participation


The IEEE P1076.1 Working Group is now starting with another revision of the
language, and it is asking for your help.