Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: 

  • Analog/mixed-signal/RF circuits
  • Biomedical and Bio-Inspired Circuits and Systems
  • EDA, Test and Reliability
  • Digital circuits and systems
  • Linear and Non-linear Circuits
  • Low-Power Low-Voltage Design
  • Microsystems
  • Neural networks, Machine and Deep Learning
  • Sensors and Sensing Systems
  • Signal Processing, Image and Video
  • VLSI Systems and Applications

The technical committee invites authors to submit 4-page papers in standard IEEE double-column format, including references, figures and tables, to clearly present the work, methods, originality, significance and applications of the techniques discussed.

A selection of the top accepted papers will be invited to submit an extended version for IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I (IEEE TCAS-I).

Each paper must be covered by a FULL registration fee. Student Registration fees do NOT ensure paper publication. Each full registration fee can cover up to 2 papers.