First Announcement and Call For Papers
The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society
and the Japan Society of Applied Physics
In Cooperation with the Institute of Electronics,
Information and Communication Engineers
2000 SYMPOSIUM ON VLSI CIRCUITS
Hilton Hawaiian Village
June 15 - 17, 2000
The 2000 Symposium on VLSI Circuits will provide those involved in the design of
integrated circuits an opportunity to meet and present important new work at an
international forum. The three day Symposium will continue the successful format and
atmosphere established by the previous meetings, and partially overlap
the 2000 Symposium on VLSI Technology, which is being held at the same hotel.
The scope of Symposium covers all aspects of VLSI circuits, such as:
The emphasis will be on circuit design. Papers will be considered on the
basis of originality and quality. Though the circuits need not necessarily be
implemented in a semiconductor chip, measured results, particularly for
analog submissions, are desirable. There will be several invited papers on
emerging VLSI circuit technologies.
- circuits for digital, analog, memory, communications and signal
processing applications, including A/D and D/A converters, mixed
analog/digital functions and interface circuits
- systems and architectures related to VLSI circuits
- concepts in LSIs for system integration, for example, MEMS
- fundamentals related to the above subjects, including innovative
circuits and device structures.
SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
Your complete paper for the Circuits Symposium must occupy either two or four (never three) pages including illustrations. The choice of paper length (either 2 or 4 pages) is an option for authors whenever two pages is not enough to completely describe the major novelty and results of their work. The paper length will not be a criterion in selection of the papers for the program.
Those interested in submitting papers should contact the secretariat
as early as possible to receive an author's kit. The
abstracts are to be submitted in final form and, if
accepted, will be published as submitted. The summary and 50 copies are to be sent to Widerkehr and Associates (North America and Europe) or to the Business Center for Academic Societies Japan (all countries except North America and Europe).
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Deadline for Receipt of Summaries is January 7, 2000
To improve the probability for acceptance of a submitted paper, the paper should
describe original work with specific results from experiments or simulations.
The content of the paper must not be announced or published prior to the Symposium.
INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION
Prospective attendees can obtain further information and forms for Symposium
registration and hotel reservations by contacting their secretariat. Submissions
from universities are encouraged. Partial travel expense support for students
who are presenting papers is available upon request.
WORLD WIDE WEB
The VLSI Symposia has a web page. It contains general information on the Symposia.
The address is:
VLSI CIRCUITS SHORT COURSE
A one day short course will be held on June 14, 2000. The agenda for this short
course will be given in the VLSI Circuits Symposium Advance Program which will
be issued toward the end of March, 2000.
Preceding this Symposium, the 2000 Symposium on VLSI Technology
will be held at the same location.
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