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Home > Press > New Video Highlights Specific Topics Sought in Call for Papers for the 2019 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM)

Abstract:
• Short video details IEDM’s call for papers on semiconductor technology, neuromorphic computing & AI, quantum computing, advanced memory devices, bioelectronics, and more
• Papers sought to highlight the 2019 IEDM conference theme: “Innovative Devices for an Era of Connected Intelligence.”

New Video Highlights Specific Topics Sought in Call for Papers for the 2019 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM)

San Francisco, CA | Posted on June 13th, 2019

A video promoting the call for papers was released by the upcoming IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), the world’s largest, most influential forum for the unveiling of breakthroughs and new concepts in transistors and related micro/nanoelectronics devices. Designed to solicit original papers in semiconductor technology, as well as emerging topics such as neuromorphic computing, AI, quantum computing, advanced power technologies, and bioelectronics, the video is available on the IEDM website as well as on YouTube.



The paper submission deadline this year is Friday, July 26, 2019. Authors are asked to submit four-page camera-ready papers. Accepted papers will be published as-is in the proceedings. A small number of late-news papers will be accepted, covering only the most recent and noteworthy developments. The late-news submission deadline is September 2, 2019.



IEDM encourages submissions in all areas, with special emphasis on:

Neuromorphic computing/AI
Quantum computing devices
Devices for RF, 5G, THz and mmWave
Advanced memory technologies
Technologies for advanced logic nodes
Non-charge-based devices and systems
Advanced power devices, modules and systems
Sensors, MEMS and bioelectronics
Package-device level interactions
Electron device simulation and modeling
Robustness/security of electronic circuits and systems
Optoelectronics, displays and imaging systems
The 2019 IEDM will be held December 7 – 11 at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square hotel.

The world’s best scientists and engineers in the field of microelectronics will gather to participate in a technical program consisting of more than 200 presentations, along with a variety of panels, focus sessions, tutorials, Short Courses, a supplier exhibit, IEEE/EDS award presentations, and other events.

The video will also be available on the IEDM social media channels:

Twitter: www.ieee-iedm.org/twitter
LinkedIn: www.ieee-iedm.org/linkedin
Facebook: www.ieee-iedm.org/facebook

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The IEEE Electron Devices Society is dedicated to promoting excellence in the field of electron devices, and sponsors the IEDM. Learn more at https://eds.ieee.org/ .

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