Join in the discussions in Atlanta. Share your expertise with other industry professionals on these topics of interest, which are not limited to:
- New Devices and MEMS
- Analog, Digital, and Mixed-Signal IC Design
- Physical Design
- Deep Submicron Design and Modeling Issues
- Neuromorphic Engineering
- Testability and Design for Test
- CAD and Tools
- Digital Signal Processing and Image Processing IC Design
- Prototyping, Validation, and Verification
- Modeling and Simulation
- Embedded Systems
- New Architectures and Compilers
- Reconfigurable Systems
- Low-Power Design
- Logic and High-Level Synthesis
- New Applications (communication, video, automobile, security, sensor networks)
- Real-Time Systems
- Paper Submission Deadline: Monday, April 23
- Special Session Proposal: Monday, April 23
- Notification of Acceptance: Tuesday, June 19
- Camera-Ready Deadline: Monday, July 23
How to Submit Your Presentation
Submissions should be full-length papers of up to six pages (double-column format, font size 9 point to 10 point), including all illustrations, tables, references and an abstract of no more than 150 words. Papers exceeding the six-page limit will not be reviewed.
Electronic submission of a PDF format only via the Web site is required.
Submitted papers must describe original work that will not be announced or published prior to this conference and is not being considered or under review by another conference at the same time. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.
At least one author of each accepted paper must register before Monday, July 23. Otherwise, the paper will not be published. The conference will select the two best papers based on reviewers' recommendations and the presentations during the conference by an invited panel of judges.
The authors of several selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions for a book published by Springer.
Those proposing special sessions should actively solicit paper submission. These papers will be reviewed in the same way as the other papers. The special sessions will be organized from the accepted papers. When a paper is submitted, the author can indicate whether the paper is responding to a special session.
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