Welcome to the 17th IEEE International NEWCAS Conference in Munich, Germany, June 23 - 26, 2019
The program of the conference is tailored to reflect the wide spectrum of topics and research interest shared among the organizing entities, prepared for a wide scientific public. This collaboration is oriented towards advanced research in energy-efficient systems which constitutes the highlights of the NEWCAS conference, but also areas related to analog and digital signal processing, low power computing, circuits and systems design.
The topics include, but are not limited to:
Analog circuit design - Digital and mixed-circuit design - CAD and Design Tools - Embedded Systems - Microsystems, sensors and actuators - Imaging and image sensors - Biomedical Circuits and Systems - Communication, Microwaves and RF - Device Modeling - Data and Signal Processing - Energy Harvesting/Scavenging and Power Management - Low-power and low-voltage Design Techniques - Neural networks and Neuromorphic Circuits - Computer architecture and memories - Emerging Technologies - Test and verification
The conference offers a perfect opportunity to meet scientific and industrial experts, to listen, learn and discuss about the most recent scientific and industrial developments and advancements. It is a perfect opportunity for PhD candidates to show the progress of their scientific work in front of the conference either as lecture or poster presentations. If you are interested in presenting a paper or poster or have suggestions for tutorials and special sessions, find details at submission section.
The IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems-I is partnering with IEEE NEWCAS 2019. The top-ranked conference papers will be invited for an extended journal version, to be published in a special issue in IEEE TCAS-I.We invite authors to submit very high quality contributions to get a chance to be part of the IEEE TCAS-I special issue for NEWCAS 2019 in this prestigious and high-impact journal. After the notification of acceptance and if your paper is among the selected, the Technical Program Chairs will get in touch with the authors for the next steps.
SUBMISSION IS NOW OPEN!
The conference offers excellent presentations from keynote speakers to bring recent advancements to the attention of conference participants, as
- Professor Boris Murmann, Stanford University, USA, „Mixed-Signal Techniques for Embedded Machine Learning Systems“
- Dr. Benoît Dupont de Dinechin, CTO, Kalray Corporation
- Dr. Alessandro Curioni, IBM Fellow and VP Europe and Director, IBM Research – Zurich, „Quantum Electronics: A vision and how to get there“
- Wolfgang Furtner, Infineon, Germany, "Tiny AI – How sensors become truly smart"
The 2019 Organizing Team and Fraunhofer EMFT look forward to welcome you to Munich, close to the mountains on the banks of the river Isar, the third largest city in Germany and a major centre of technology, science and innovation, education, business and finance, culture, art and tourism in Germany and Europe with a very high standard and quality of living. Our castles, churches and magnificent buildings, long-established traditions along with modern art and high tech buildings attract a very lively student and business scene as well as the international sightseer - find information for your trip at venues and travel.
TUTORIALS ARE ANNOUNCED
We propose 6 excellent half-day (3 hours long) TUTORIALs on Sunday 23rd June 2019, covering the broad interests in the scope of Circuits and Systems design:
|Sunday June 23rd
9:00 – 12:30
|T1: Amplifier Efficiency vs Linearity: what physics does and does not allow?||T2: Spread-spectrum techniques for mitigation of inband jammers in RF transceivers||T3: An Efficient Solution to Simulate Mixed-Signal Circuits in C|
|Prof. Dr. Earl McCune, TU Delft||Prof. Ramesh Harjani, University of Minnesota, USA||Yves Leduc, PhD, Hdr, Associate member, Polytech Lab, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France|
|Sunday June 23rd
14:00 – 17:30
|T4: Systematic design of low-power Analog/RF CMOS circuits using the Inversion Coefficient||T5: Things you always wanted to know about the bioelectricity of living cells and their marriage with electronics – but never dared to study||T6: Design and mitigation methodologies of COTS FPGAs for Aerospace Missions|
|Prof. Christian Enz, EPFL,
Prof. Willy Sansen, KU Leuven
Prof. Thierry Taris, University of Bordeaux
|Prof. Dr. Joachim Wegener, Fraunhofer EMFT
Prof. Dr. Sven Ingebrandt, RWT Aachen
|Assoc. Prof. Luca Sterpone, Politecnico di Torino, Italy|
If your company like to support this event contact us for sponsoring opportunities. Your company will be shown on the conference webpage with logo and active link to your webpage and advertising space in the conference booklet at your disposal – since we encourage also students to attend, you might even find upcoming talents for your company. Find some suggestions here or contact the organiser for a tailored offer.