Call for Papers:

ICCD 2022 (Deadline extension)

Abstract or Paper Registration Deadline
June 18, 2022
Final Submission Deadline
June 18, 2022

2022 IEEE International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD)
Oct 23-26, 2022
Lake Tahoe, CA, USA

Important Dates

June 18  Abstract submission (EXTENDED!)
June 18  Full paper submission (EXTENDED!)
Aug 21   Notification of acceptance


The International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD) encompasses a wide range of topics in the research, design, and implementation of computer systems and their components. ICCD’s multi-disciplinary emphasis provides an ideal environment for developers and researchers to discuss practical and theoretical work covering system and computer architecture, test, verification and security, design tools and methodologies, circuit design, and technology. We especially encourage submissions that look forward to future systems and technologies.

This year’s theme is “Hardware Architecture for AI and Machine Learning”. 

Manuscripts describing original work on any topic from the scope of  ICCD are welcome. Authors are asked to submit technical papers in accordance to the author’s instructions in one of the following tracks:

  • Computer Systems
  • Processor Architecture
  • Test, Verification, and Security
  • Electronic Design Automation
  • Logic and Circuit Design

The full version of the paper should be submitted as a PDF file following the submission guidelines available at the conference website. See the ICCD 2022 website at for additional information about the conference and submission details.

General Chair: Rathish Jayabharathi (Intel)
Program Chairs:
Amro Awad (North Carolina State University)
Christian Pilato (Politecnico di Milano)
Special Session Chairs:
Sabya Das (Synopsys)
Sara Vinco (Politecnico di Torino)
Proceedings Chairs:
Fan Yao (University of Central Florida)
Wenjie Xiong (Facebook)
Web Chairs: Masab Ahmad (AMD Research)
Steering Committee:
Georgi Gaydadjiev (University of Groningen),
Kee Sup Kim (Synopsys), Omer Khan (University of Connecticut), 
Peter-Michael Seidel (University of Hawaii), 
Sandip Kundu (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
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