Special Session 1:

Exploring the Frontiers of AI Chipsets: Innovations, Applications, and Future Trends

Aim and Scope:

With the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence technology, AI chips, as the core component supporting intelligent computing, are gradually becoming an important driving force for scientific and technological innovation. The application of AI chips is becoming more and more widespread in a variety of fields, such as smart home, automatic driving, intelligent medical care, etc., and its software and hardware design are constantly evolving and innovating. New algorithms, models, optimization techniques and business models continue to emerge, injecting new vitality into the development of AI chips. At the same time, with the deep integration of big data, cloud computing and IoT technologies, traditional computing architectures can no longer meet the growing computing demands, and AI chips, with their efficient parallel computing capabilities and low-power characteristics, have become the key to solving this problem. Especially in edge computing scenarios, AI chips can realize real-time data processing and intelligent decision-making, providing powerful support for various application scenarios. This special session will focus on the latest progress and future trends of AI chips, covering various aspects of AI chips, such as theoretical research, algorithm optimization, architecture design, software framework, and hardware implementation. We look forward to receiving innovative papers on AI chips, including but not limited to research results on novel algorithms, efficient models, optimization techniques, low-power designs, security and trustworthiness of AI chips.


This special session is organized by Prof. Duan Huang (School of Computer Science and Engineering, Central South University, Changsha, 410083, China).

Introduction to organizers:

Prof. Duan Huang received his Ph.D. degree in Information and Communication Engineering in Shanghai Jiao Tong University. In 2017, he entered Central South University. In the past five years, he have published SCI Google academic database records more than 2000 times, published more than 50 SCI papers, and applied for more than 40 invention patents. Recently, he have mainly focused on photoelectric chip (electronics processor and photonics chip), artificial intelligence (security), quantum communication and quantum computing.

Submission Process:

If you wish to participate in this special session--EFAC, please submit your manuscript through the OpenReview:https://openreview.net/group?id=csaeconf.org/CSAE/2024/Special_Session/EFAC.We will assign your submission to Dr.Duan Huang for a preliminary review. After passing the preliminary review, your manuscript will undergo a secondary review by experts. Notifications of acceptance will be issued concurrently with the main conference notifications. For any questions, please contact: info@csaeconf.org