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SSCS Members Can Add CASS Membership for $5 


 As a member of the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS), you can add IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CASS) annual membership for just $5. More than 20% of SSCS members are already members of CASS. By joining CASS, you'll get access to CASS publications in IEEE Xplore, including IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine and other publications included in CASS membership, including their large collection of relevant Transactions publications. Join CASS members at the IEEE International Symposium for Circuits and Systems (ICAS) and view CASS' conference calender for a list of upcoming events. 

If you have not yet renewed your SSCS membership for 2018, join CASS for just $5 by entering promotion code SSCXCAS2018 at checkout. If you have already renewed for 2018, sign in with your IEEE Account and the discounted CASS membership will be present in your cart. 

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Upcoming SSCS Mentoring Event at CICC 2018 


An SSCS Young Professionals & Students Mentoring & Career Coaching Session will be held on 6:00 PM on Tuesday, April 10th in the Shutters I & II Room of the DoubleTree Mission Valley, San Diego, California. 

The event is open to all students, faculty, and engineers within 15 years of their first degree. No pre-registration is required. Walk-ins are welcome. All student participants will get 1-year complimentary SSCS membership. Get the opportunity to talk to leading experts from industry and academia, SSCs Executives, and Distinguished Lecturers. Click here to register

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Two Upcoming SSCS Webinars in April 2018


 The SSCS webinar series continues with two upcoming webinars in April 2018.

On April 19th at 11:00 AM ET, Professor Antonio Liscidini, University of Toronto, Canada, will present "New trends in Analog Filters". The webinar has been pre-recorded. Prof. Liscidini will be online to answer attendee questions regarding content, formulas, and theories. Please click here to register

On April 25th at 12:00 PM ET, Professor Amin Arbabian, Stanford University, will present "Nyquist-Rate Healthcare: Silicon Systems to Close to Sub-Sampling Gap in Health Monitoring". The webinar has been pre-recorded. Prof. Arbabian will be online to answer attendee questions regarding content, formulas, and theories. Please click here to register

Attendees of the SSCS webinars have the opportunity to earn Professional Development Hours. A link will be distributed after each webinar with more information.