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ISSCC 2017 Call for Papers Deadline Sept 12, 2016: New Double-Blind Paper Review Process 




The ISSCC 2017 conference theme is “Intelligent Chips for a Smart World”. Advancements in solid-state circuits and systems continue to propel the ongoing fusion between the physical and virtual worlds. Innovative and original papers are solicited in subject areas including (but not limited to) Analog, Data Converters, Digital Circuits, Digital Architectures & Systems, Imagers, MEMS, Medical & Display, Memory, RF, Technology Directions, Wireless and Wireline. The Submission Deadline is Monday, September 12, 2016 at 3:00PM Eastern Daylight Time (19:00 GMT).

New for ISSCC 2017: Double-Blind Paper Review. The paper selection for ISSCC 2017 will follow a double-blind review process, meaning that both the authors and reviewers will remain anonymous during the paper selection process. 

For more information, please CLICK HERE.

Feature Article

SSCS Member Behzad Razavi Featured in Huffington Post - "On the Pleasure of Finding Things Out" 


Behzad Razavi

Behzad Razavi, SSCS Member-at-Large, was recently featured on Huffington Post. In an article written by Jahandad Memarian, Behzad is interviewed as part of a series of prominent Iranian Americans who have made significant contributions in the science and technology. Behzad is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles where he conducts research on microelectronics and microchip design. He is an IEEE fellow, a recipeint of the IEEE Donald O. Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits in 2012, and one of the top 10 authors at ISSCC. You can read more about Behzad's career, his influences, his research, and his plans for the future over at Huffington Post. Please click here to read the full article. 

Technology Spotlight

Event Slides Now Available - "Energy-efficient circuit technologies for sub-14nm microprocessors and SoCs: challenges and opportunities"


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The slides from the webinar held on Wednesday, July 13, 2016,"Energy-efficient circuit technologies for sub-14nm microprocessors and SoCs: challenges and opportunities", Presented by Ram Krishnamurthy are now available. Please click here to view the slides. Note that you must be an SSCS member to access the content.