DAC assumes that authors have no additional COIs with TPC members, beside those that have been declared at the time of manuscript 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.
The Call for Contributions lists several categories; please select the most appropriate primary topic when submitting your abstract.
Authors of submissions that cover cross-cutting topics should select a category that is closest to the essential contribution of the submission.
The TPC Chair will be able to check for self-plagiarism and relevance without revealing the author identities to the reviewers.
Failure to disclose such papers will be considered as omission of closely related work and subject to the same penalties outlined in the Duplicate Submissions, as discussed in the section.
There will be no chance of resubmitting to correct any issues.
In addition, authors should make sure to fulfill the conflict of interest rules as specified in the "Conflict of Interest" tab at the top of this webpage.To ensure fairness for all submitters, there will be no grace periods to fix problematic submissions. The manuscript should stand on its own, with references in the last page of the 6-pages manuscript.Authors are responsible for ensuring that their manuscript meets the manuscript guidelines of the ACM style template, including font size, line spacing, etc.The Design Automation Conference (DAC) is the premier event to showcase cutting-edge research achievements in the design and design automation of electronic circuits and systems.In addition to a broad range of topics within these domains, the 2020 edition of DAC will especially welcome high-quality manuscripts on the design of circuits, architectures, and systems (DES track) and on techniques and algorithms that enable advanced wireless technologies (ESS4), a growing area of interest for many aspects of computing technology.Submitters should report COIs of all co-authors with respect to members of the Technical Program Committee by November 20.However, it is recommended that submitters work on marking COIs as soon as they submit their manuscript's abstract, since this task may require some time, which is often scarce in the final sprint towards the completion of a manuscript's submission.Submissions which fail to follow the above guidelines will be automatically rejected.In serious cases, the authors’ names will be reported to IEEE/ACM and kept in records, as well as sent to the Technical Chair or the Editor of the venue where the duplicate manuscript was submitted; the authors may be banned from publishing at future DAC conferences. DAC has a blind review process in which the author’s identity remains anonymous.COI declarations should be provided at the time of abstract submission, and may be subsequently updated until the manuscript submission deadline by logging into the Navigation Center.No changes to COI declarations can be made after the manuscript submission deadline.