International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2001)

Venue: The Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre

Location: Sydney, Australia

Event Date/Time: May 06, 2001 End Date/Time: Apr 09, 2001
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ISCAS 2001

2001 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems

6 - 9 May, 2001

Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia



2nd Call for Papers,
Special Session & Short Course Proposals
SYSTEMS of CIRCUITS and MIXED TECHNOLOGY ELEMENTS

Information on the 2nd Call for Papers is available in PDF and MSWORD format.
Information on the Call for Special Session & Short Course Proposals is available
in PDF and MSWORD format.

The 2001 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems will be held in Sydney, Australia. The Symposium is sponsored by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society.

The Symposium will include: regular sessions on the topics listed below; plenary session on advanced aspects of theory, design and applications of circuits and systems; and short courses/tutorials linked with special sessions on wireless, mixed technology systems engineering, high speed devices and modelling, signal and video processing, and low power high speed VLSI design.

Call for Papers
Papers are sought across all areas of the Circuits and Systems Society including, though not limited to, the areas covered by the CASS Technical Committees, listed in the table below.

Papers are sought especially on the Symposium highlight theme of Systems of Circuits and Mixed Technology Elements. Topic areas for this track include:

a. Medical technologies and systems f. Fault tolerant systems
b. Hardware-software-mechanical design g. Sensors and actuators
c. System level description and modelling h. Micromechatronics
d. Automated partitioning i. Robotics
e. Synthesis of hardware and software j. Other mixed technology systems

Regular sessions will include poster and lecture sessions. Poster papers will also have a short oral presentation. Poster papers and lecture papers will have equal weight.

Prospective authors are invited to submit their manuscripts reporting original work as well as tutorial overviews in all areas of circuits and systems.

CASS Technical Areas Include:

1. Analog Signal Processing 7. Neural Systems and Applications
2. Cellular Neural Networks & Array Computing 8. Nonlinear Circuits and Systems
3. Circuits and Systems for Communications 9. Power Systems & Power Electronic Circuits
4. Computer-Aided Design 10. Sensors and Micromachining
5. Digital Signal Processing 11. Visual Signal Processing & Communications
6. Multimedia Systems and Applications 12. VLSI Systems and Applications

Authors are invited to visit http://www.iscas2001.org/papers.html, fill in the appropriate form, and submit their papers electronically in PDF format or, if not available, postscript format. All correspondence will be via email. The full 4-page paper (in standard IEEE Transaction double column format), including title, authors' names and affiliations, and a short abstract is requested. ONLY ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

All papers will be peer reviewed by reviewers selected by the CAS Technical Committees and the ISCAS'01 Technical Program Committee. Once accepted, authors will be required to prepare the final 4-page electronic copy for the symposium proceedings, taking into account the reviewers' comments.


Authors are expected to present their paper at the Symposium. At least one author of each paper MUST register for the Symposium by 19 January 2001 for papers to be included in the program.

Author's Schedule:
Deadline for submission of papers: Monday, 2 October 2000
Notification of paper acceptance Friday, 22 December 2000
Deadline for author registration Friday, 19 January 2001
Deadline for submission of FINAL paper Monday, 29 January 2001




Proposals for additional Special Sessions and Tutorials/Short Courses

Proposals for Special Sessions and/or Tutorials/Short Courses should be submitted to Dr Anthony Parker by email before Friday, 1 September 2000. Submissions should provide an abstract describing the Session, proposed paper/presentation titles and authors, and nominate which of the technical areas from the Table below, corresponding to the twelve CAS Technical Committees, is most appropriate for review of the proposal. The proposal will be reviewed by the nominated Technical Committee and notification of acceptance sent by 8, September 2000.


Table of Technical Areas
1. Analog Signal Processing
2. Cellular Neural Networks & Array Computing
3. Circuits and Systems for Communications
4. Computer-Aided Design
5. Digital Signal Processing
6. Multimedia Systems and Applications
7. Neural Systems and Applications
8. Nonlinear Circuits and Systems
9. Power Systems & Power Electronic Circuits
10. Sensors and Micromachining
11. Visual Signal Processing & Communications
12. VLSI Systems and Applications
13. Other topics not covered by existing CAS Technical Committees


Special Sessions
Convenors of successful Special Session proposals will be required to organise submission and review of papers in the session through the normal review process and to meet session planning deadlines. In particular, convenors must submit the final Special Session schedule of papers and authors by Thursday, 30 November 2000.


Special Session Schedule:
Submission of Special Session Proposal Friday, 1 September 2000
Notification of acceptance of Proposals Friday, 8 September 2000
Completion of paper review &s session program Thursday, 30 November 2000
Submission of camera-ready paper Monday, 29 January 2001


Tutorial / Short Course
Convenors of successful Tutorial/Short Course proposals will be required to provide a detailed program and abstract for inclusion in the Advanced Program by Thursday, 30 November 2000.


Tutorial / Short Course Schedule:
Submission of Tutorial/Short Course Proposals Friday, 1 September 2000
Notification of acceptance of Proposals Friday, 8 September 2000
Submission of Program and Abstract Thursday, 30 November 2000
Submission of camera-ready notes Monday, 2 April 2001


Specific questions to the Organising Committee members may be directed by email as appropriate.

Venue

The Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour, Sydney Australia
Sydney
Australia
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