Austrochip 2019 - Call for Papers (PDF)
Technically, Austrochip focuses on the design of analog, digital, and mixed-signal integrated circuits and systems.
Submissions of original research papers should cover, but are not limited to the following topics:
Submissions from both academia as well as from the industry are welcome. We especially invite PhD students to present their ongoing work
but also content from excellent MSc theses in the field of the previously mentioned conference topics will be considered.
- Analog, mixed-signal, and RF integrated circuits
- Digital circuits, filters, DSPs, asynchronous designs
- FPGA design and reconfigurable hardware
- Design methodology, system-level design, high-level synthesis, gigascale circuits, networks-on-chip
- Embedded systems, low-power design, fault-tolerant design, RF systems, security and safety aspects
- Verification and testing, signal integrity, device modelling, timing analysis, reliability simulation, EMC, ESD
- Emerging technologies, nano CMOS process technologies, sub-threshold circuits, sensors, organic and biomedical electronics
- Case studies and prototyping
Review Process and Proceedings
All submissions will be blind-reviewed by the technical program committee. Papers
that are accepted by the program committee will be made available in electronic form at the conference.
Conference proceedings will be created by the IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services (IEEE CPS). All
accepted papers that are written in English and that meet the IEEE requirements will be submitted to be published
at IEEE Xplore as done for previous Austrochip conferences. Submission
implies willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present the paper at the conference.
Instructions for Authors
Papers should have a minimum size of 4 pages any should not exceed 8 pages (including references and appendix).
Submitted papers must be anonymous and can be written in English or German
(note, that only submissions in English can be considered for publication at IEEE Xplore!). All papers must follow
the guidelines of the IEEE (see here
for templates). Further details can be found here.