What's New

Announcing the New IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Artificial Intelligence (TCASAI)

We are excited to announce the launch of the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Artificial Intelligence (TCASAI), the latest addition to the IEEE's esteemed collection of scholarly publications. TCASAI publishes contributions related to circuits and systems for artificial intelligence, including circuit and electronic system design, implementation, and demonstration. This new Transactions aims to offer a timely and important venue to fulfill the strong need of the IEEE communities in publishing research and technical contributions in this fast-growing field.
TCASAI is financially sponsored by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CASS)IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS), and the IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA), and technically sponsored by the IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS).
The submission portal of TCASAI will be announced soon. Click here for more details.

Feature Article

SSCS Awards ISSCC 2024!

Each year, SSCS encourages and reviews nominations for a host of prestigious awards. Recipients are provided an opportunity to be recognized at our flagship ISSCC conference, and their photos will be presented in the next issue of the Solid-State Circuits Magazine.


At ISSCC 2024, we recognized recipients of the IEEE Donald O. Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits, the SSCS New Frontier and Innovative Education awards, SSCS members in the IEEE Fellows Class of 2024, authors of the 2022 JSSC best paper, and recipients of our chapter awards. 


All of our award winners can be found here, linked on the left sidebar. Be sure to watch your inbox in late June to nominate a candidate for the Pederson award, and in early Fall 2024 for an opportunity to nominate someone (or yourself) for the next series of SSCS awards!

Technology Spotlight

SSCS March Technical Webinar

Scaling AI Sustainably

Virtual Webinar presented by Carole-Jean Wu

Register Here!

Join us on Wednesday, March 13th at 12 PM ET

The past 50 years has seen a dramatic increase in the amount of compute per person, in particular, those enabled by AI. Despite the positive societal benefits, AI technologies come with significant environmental implications. I will talk about the carbon footprint of AI computing by examining the model development cycle, spanning data, algorithms, and system hardware. At the same time, we will consider the life cycle of system hardware from the perspective of hardware architectures and manufacturing technologies. The talk will capture the operational and manufacturing carbon emissions of AI computing. Based on the industry experience and lessons learned, I will share key challenges, on what and how at-scale optimization can help reduce the overall carbon footprint of AI and computing. This talk will conclude with important development and research directions to advance the field of computing in an environmentally-responsible and sustainable manner.