Organized by:
* Assist. Prof. Hoang Trong Thuc, University of Electro-Communications (UEC), Chair
* Assist. Prof. Nguyen Ngoc Mai Khanh, The University of Tokyo, Co-Chair
* Mr. Nguyen Khai Duy, Coordinator

Typically, electronic circuits incorporate a Central Processing Unit (CPU), memory, and other peripherals on a single Printed Circuit Board (PCB). However, Very Large-Scale Integration (VLSI) allows a hardware developer to add all of these into one chip. VLSI is the process of creating an Integrated Circuit (IC) by combining billions of transistors onto a single chip. The two most common VLSI devices are the microprocessor and memory chips. If we examine the electronics landscape over the last few decades, we will see evidence of its rapid growth. The global semiconductor market is projected to grow from 573.44 billion USD in 2022 to 1,380.79 billion USB by 2029. This growth is mainly due to the rapid advances in VLSI technology and system design applications. With VLSI designs, the number of possibilities for ICs in control applications, telecommunications, high-performance computing, and consumer electronics continues to rise. The current cutting-edge technologies, such as sixth-generation (6G) telecommunication, provide the end-users with an astonishing amount of applications, processing power, and portability. With the ever-increasing demand, VLSI technology will continue to drive electronics advancement. Please join this session of VLSI and 6G with semiconductor experts as invited speakers from Japan, Vietnam, Canada, and France to help us make sense of the trends that shaped the semiconductor industry today.


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