The International Workshop on Future Information Processing Technologies
(IWFIPT) is designed to provide an international perspective on
long-term trends by convening a meeting of leading experts and technical
executives to forecast probable developments in information processing
technologies. The IWFIPT is held on alternate years and its meeting site
rotates between Asia, Europe and North America.
Traditionally the workshop is planned as a brainstorming event
in 6 subsequent panel sessions. Topics include the future of information
technologies, future system architectures, future microprocessors and
memories as well as enabling devices, communication systems and
bio-technology. One focus is the anticipated end of scaling for
charge-transport-devices based on CMOS in the next 10 to 15 years and
how to bridge into the next generation of nano electronics. Also covered
are the increasing difficulties to design circuits consisting of
billions of devices and opportunities as well as challenges in stacking
and heterogeneous integration. The findings of the workshop will be made
available as summaries. Participation is on invitation only.
Date October 18-20, 2010
Place Shiran Kaikan, Kyoto, Japan
Kyoto-shi, Sakyou-ku, Yoshida Konoe-chou, Kyoto University medical school
poster session will be held on October 18th.
We would encourage as many as participant to present the poster session.
Chairman, Yasuhiko Arakawa
The University of Tokyo, Japan