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Upcoming Society-Sponsored Events at VLSI Symposium in Kyoto, Japan

 

The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society and the IEEE Electron Devices Society are holding society-sponsored events in conjunction with VLSI Symposium in Kyoto, Japan in June. 

Diversity Luncheon, Tuesday, June 11th, 12:45 - 13:55, Le Bois Room, Rhiga Royal Hotel Kyoto, Japan: The Diversity Luncheon will feature interactive talks and panel discussions on how to increase diversity in the device and circuits community, followed by a networking lunch. 

Young Professionals Networking Event, Tuesday, June 11th, 18:15 - 19:15, La Cigone, Rhiga Royal Hotel Kyoto, Japan: The Young Professionals Mentoring Event is designed to give students, faculty, and engineers within 15 years of their first degree the opportunity to meet and discuss with leading experts from industry and academia. 

 

 

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2019 SSCS Student Circuit Contest  

 

 

The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society is pleased to announce it's second annual student circuit contest. The objective of this contest is to engage students in thought-provoking circuit analysis and design problems. Submissions are solicited by both undergraduate and graduate students who are currently enrolled in a college or university. 

Up to three contestants with the best answers will receive US $2K each towards attending an SSCS-sponsored conference (ISSCC, CICC, ESSCIRC, VLSI Symp., or ASSCC). 

Submitters must follow all contest guidelines, rules, and regulations to be eligible. 

Click here to access the contest. 

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Upcoming SSCS Webinar on Hand-held Impulse-Radar Detector 

 

 The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society continues its 2019 webinar series with an upcoming webinar in May. 

On May 14, 2019 at  11:00 AM ET, Prof. Takamaro Kikkawa, Professor, Research Institute for Nanodevice and BioSystems, Hiroshima University, will present "Detectability of Breast Tumor by a Hand-held Impulse-Radar Detector: Performance Evaluation and Pilot Clinical Study". Learn about a hand-held impulse-radar breast cancer detector that was demonstrated in clinical tests at Hiroshima University Hospital. 

Please click here to register

Attendees of SSCS webinars have the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units. 

Did you miss a past SSCS webinar? All SSCS webinars can be viewed online on the SSCS Resource Center. 

 

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