The 2023 Symposium on VLSI Technology and Circuits announces a Call for Workshop topics in support of the conference theme: “Rebooting Technology and Circuits for a Sustainable Future.” The workshop sessions are designed to merge cutting edge research in areas that have not been covered in detail in the Symposium technical program, and could serve as topics for future Symposium sessions. The workshop sessions will be held in person during the Symposium.
The deadline for the workshop submission for the Symposium is December 2, 2022 at 23:59 JST, with acceptance notification in early January 2023.
The Symposium on VLSI Technology and Circuits seeks proposals for workshop submissions
with the following information required :
- Title of the workshop
- Organizers (brief biographies and affiliations)
- Topics (potential presentation segments)
- Potential speakers
- A one – two page abstract
Potential topics include but are not limited to,
- Advanced materials and process,
- Backend transistor technology,
- EUV & path to high NA EUV patterning solutions,
- Universal Chiplet Interconnect,
- Path to 6G.
The 2023 Symposium on VLSI Technology and Circuits is scheduled from June 11 – 16, 2023 in Kyoto, Japan. Held as a six-day at the Rihga Royal Hotel, as well as selected presentations and panel sessions, the Symposium will feature advanced VLSI technology developments, innovative circuit designs, and the applications they enable, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, IoT, wearable/implantable biomedical applications, big data, cloud / edge computing, virtual reality (VR) / augmented reality (AR), robotics, and autonomous vehicles.
The weeklong Symposium will continue its reputation as the microelectronics industry’s premiere international conference integrating technology, circuits, and systems with a range and scope unlike any other conferences. In addition to the technical presentations, the Symposium program will feature a demonstration session, evening panel discussions, joint focus sessions, short courses, workshops, and a special forum session that provides a focused discussion on a specific topic relevant to the Symposium theme.