The IASTED International Conference on Circuits and Systems (CS 2010)

Venue: Maui

Location: Maui, Hawaii, United States

Event Date/Time: Aug 23, 2010 End Date/Time: Aug 25, 2010
Registration Date: Jun 30, 2010
Paper Submission Date: Apr 01, 2010
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The IASTED International Conference on
Circuits and Systems
~CS 2010~
August 23 – 25, 2010
Maui, Hawaii, USA


The International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED)

* Technical Committee on Circuits and Systems


The IASTED International Conference on Circuits and Systems (CS 2010) will be an international forum for researchers and specialists to exchange new ideas and practical experience in the above areas. It will provide an opportunity to present and observe the latest research, results, and ideas, and to collaborate on current issues identified by conference participants. All papers submitted to this conference will be double blind peer evaluated by at least two reviewers. Acceptance will be based primarily on originality and contribution.

CS 2010 will be held in conjunction with the IASTED International Conferences on:

* Computers and Advanced Technology in Education (CATE 2010)
* Signal and Image Processing (SIP 2010)
* Computational Intelligence (CI 2010)
* Human-Computer Interaction (IASTED-HCI 2010)


Mild weather, warm water, soft beaches, and emerald rainforests; the island of Maui's charm is irresistible. The second largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui was forged by two volcanoes whose lava flows overlapped, forming Maui's two distinct peaks connected by a strip of land, or isthmus. It is this isthmus for which Maui has been dubbed ‘The Valley Isle.' Dormant for the last several hundred years, the volcanic island has long been the home of the Polynesian peoples, who originally came from Tahiti and the Marquesas. The French admiral Jean-François de La Pérouse was the first European to set foot on the island in 1786, and was closely followed by traders, whalers, loggers, and missionaries. Though these visitors altered both the natural and cultural landscape of Maui, both Maui's natural beauty and rich Polynesian heritage remain well preserved. As a result, Maui is the ideal spot to swim, snorkel, hike, whale watch, explore the traditional culture of the Hawaiians, or just relax on the beach. The city of Lahaina, where our conference will be held, also offers rows of shops and restaurants where you can sample the succulent Hawaiian cuisine, including the delicious fresh fruit grown on Maui. No matter what your tastes or interests, a visit to Maui's charming shores is sure to leave you relaxed and rejuvenated.

The topics of interest to be covered by CS 2010 include, but are not limited to:

* Analog Circuits and Systems

* Artificial Intelligence

* Biologically Inspired Circuits and Systems

* Biomedical Circuits and Systems

* Cellular Neural Networks

* Circuit Level Implementation of RF-MEMS

* Communication Circuits and Systems

* Computational Intelligence

* Computer-Aided Design

* Consumer Electronics

* Control Systems

* Control Theory

* Data Communication Circuits and Systems

* Design Automation

* Digital Circuits and Systems

* Fractals and Chaos

* Fuzzy Logic

* Identification

* MEMS, Sensors and Sensory Systems

* Mixed-Mode Circuits and Data Converters

* Nanotechnology

* Neural Networks

* Nonlinear Circuits and Systems

* Optimization

* Optoelectronic Circuits

* Pattern Recognition

* Power Electronics

* Power Management

* RF and High-Frequency Circuits

* Robotics

* System, Circuits, and Device Modelling

* System, Circuits, and Device Simulation

* Systems on a Chip

* VLSI Circuits and Systems

* Wireless Communication Circuits and Systems

* Applications


* N. Aikawa – Tokyo University of Science, Japan
* H. Al-Asaad – University of California at Davis, USA
* P. K. Ampadu – University of Rochester, USA
* A. Azemi – Penn State University, USA
* R. Balasubramanian – University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA
* E. Bruun – Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
* A. Demosthenous – University College London, United Kingdom
* J. Di – University of Arkansas, USA
* J. Dobes – Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
* M. Fardmanesh – Sharif University of Technology, Iran
* H. G. Gonzalez-Hernandez – Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, Puebla, Mexico
* A. Ioinovici – Holon Institute of Technology, Israel
* Z. Jin – Zhejiang University, Department of Information & Electronic Engineering, PR China
* M. T. Johnson – Marquette University, USA
* S. Jung – University of Texas at Arlington, USA
* H. L. Kwok – University of Victoria, Canada
* I. Lemberski – Baltic International Academy, Latvia
* J. Leung – Intel Corporation, USA
* C. Li – ZJU Department of Information Science & Electronic, PR China
* Y. K. Malaiya – Colorado State University, USA
* K. L. Man – University College Cork, Ireland
* Z. Mao – Shanghai Jiaotong University, PR China
* J. Muppala – HKUST, PR China
* S. C. Schneider – Marquette University, USA
* J. Silva-Martinez – Texas A&M University, USA
* G. Sirakoulis – Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
* J. Smith – University of Georgia, USA
* H. Sotobayashi – Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
* A. Srivastava – Louisiana State University, USA
* Z. Stamenković – IHP GmbH, Germany
* A. A. Stocker – new york university, USA
* J. Sun – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
* Y. Sun – University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
* J. Teng – School of Electronic and Information Engineering of Tianjin University, PR China
* D. V. Tosic – University of Belgrade, Serbia
* G. Vannini – University of Ferrara, Italy
* J. Wong – SUNY Stony Brook University, USA
* A. Worapishet – Mahanakorn University of Tech., Thailand
* H. Xie – University of Florida, USA
* X. Yang – College of communication Engineering of Chongqing University, Canada
* Y. I. Yaz – Milwaukee School of Engineering, USA
* K. Zhao – Tsinghua University , PR China


Submit your paper via our website at: All submissions should be in Adobe Acrobat (.PDF) format.

The IASTED Secretariat must receive your paper by April 1, 2010. Receipt of paper submission will be confirmed by email.

Initial Paper Requirements
All papers submitted to IASTED conferences must be previously unpublished and may not be considered for publication elsewhere at any time during IASTED's review period. Authors are limited to a maximum of three paper submissions.

Initial paper submissions should be full papers. Papers of up to 8 pages in length are included in the conference registration fee. An extra charge will apply for every additional page for papers longer than 8 pages. Authors are responsible for having their papers checked for style and grammar before submitting to IASTED. Papers may be rejected if the language is not satisfactory.

When submitting a paper, complete the online initial paper submission form, designating an author who will attend the conference, and provide four key words to indicate the subject area of your paper. At least one of the key words must be taken from the list of topics provided under Scope, above.

Formatting instructions for initial papers are available at

All papers submitted to this conference will be double-blind peer reviewed by at least two members of the International Program Committee and related technical committees. Acceptance will be based primarily on originality, significance, technical soundness, presentation, and references. The conference chair makes the final decision on the acceptance or rejection of the paper.

Acceptance and Registration
Notification of acceptance will be sent via email by May 15, 2010. Final manuscripts are due by June 15, 2010. Registration and final payment are due by June 30, 2010. Late registration fees or paper submissions will result in the papers being excluded from the conference proceedings.

Only one paper of up to eight pages is included in the regular registration fee. There will be an added charge for extra pages and additional papers.

Final Paper Requirements
Email your final manuscripts to The subject line for the final manuscript submission must include your six-digit paper number.

The formatting instructions can be found at: and must be strictly followed. The page limit for final papers is eight single-spaced pages in 10 point Times New Roman font.


Proposals for three-hour tutorials must be submitted online by April 1, 2010. Submit tutorial proposals via the following web site address:

Proposal Format

A tutorial proposal should clearly indicate:

* The topic.
* Background knowledge expected of the participants.
* Objectives.
* Time allocations for the major course topics.
* The qualifications of the instructor(s).


Special session proposals must be emailed to by April 1, 2010. Proposals should include a session title, a list of the topics covered, and the qualifications and brief biography of the session organizer(s).

Papers submitted to the special session must be received by April 1, 2010, unless otherwise stipulated by the Special Session Organizer. A minimum of five papers must be registered and fully paid in order for this session to be included in the conference program.

More information on special sessions is available at

Expanded and enhanced versions of papers published in the conference proceedings can also be considered for inclusion in one of the IASTED journals. Information on the submission of papers to journals is available at:

Whole proceedings as well as single papers can now be purchased online. Please visit ACTA Press:

The proceedings will be sent for indexing in the following:

* Cambridge Scientific Abstracts
* Conference Proceedings Citation Index
* EI Compendex
* FIZ Karlsruhe

Submissions Due April 1, 2010
Notification of Acceptance May 15, 2010
Final Manuscripts Due June 15, 2010
Registration Deadline June 30, 2010

For more information, or to be placed on our mailing list, please contact:

IASTED Secretariat – CS 2010
B6, Suite 101, Dieppe Avenue SW
Calgary, AB, Canada T3E 7J9
Tel: +1 403-288-1195
Fax: +1 403-247-6851
Web site:


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