In Oct 2017, as a satellite event of IEEE CAS Conference, our Chapter has the pleasure to announce the presentation: Si-based Transistor and Analog-Mixed-Signal Circuit Scaling and the Natural Progression of Moore’s Law to Silicon Quantum Computing at the Atomic Scale. All SSCS members are welcome.
Dear SSCS-037 colleagues, First of all, I send you, in the name of the Management Board, the warmest wishes of happiness, prosperity and health for 2017! Let’s believe that SSCS-037 will score new achievements and scientific results during 2016 and the networking between us will be improved. Happy New Year! Officers SSCS037
This workshop aims to promote Science and hardware technologies among the youth, for business purposes and positive career development of the young participants. It is organized by IEEE SSCS Romanian Chapter in cooperation with “Roman Voda” National College from Roman. More details about the event can be found at http://site.ieee.org/romania-sscs/events/ and http://site.ieee.org/romania-sscs/files/2016/08/CFP-THE.pdf (official call for participation). The… Read more
Title: Energy-efficient circuit technologies for sub-14nm microprocessors and SoCs: challenges and opportunities This seminar presents some of the prominent barriers to designing energy-efficient circuits in the sub-14nm technology regime and outlines new paradigm shifts necessary in next-generation multi-core microprocessors and systems-on-chip. Emerging trends and key challenges in sub-14nm design are outlined, including (i) device and… Read more
Event: Mediterranean Microwave Symposium (MMS2016), 16th Edition Event dates: November 14-16, 2016 Place: Abu Dhabi City, UAE (United Arab Emirates) Paper submission deadline: July 15th, 2016 Notification: September 11th, 2016 Early registration fee: $ 300 (IEEE member), $ 150 (IEEE student member) Event website: http://mms2016.aau.ac.ae/en/
Title: Introduction to Terahertz (THz) Technology and Applications (Part II) The Terahertz frequency regime, roughly spanning 300-3000 GHz, has moved to the forefront of recent expansion and innovative use of the RF spectrum. Part II of this well -received webinar will expound further on the science and applications that gave rise to the field some 40… Read more
The webinar, entitled “Fundamentals of Millimeter-Wave Frequency Generation and Synthesis in Silicon” will be presented by Professor Payam Heydari from the University of California, Irvine. The webinar is free and open to all SSCS members and intends to provide a general, yet in depth, overview of frequency generation and synthesis at mm-wave frequencies. Webinar date: Tuesday, May 31st @ 19:00… Read more
The VLSI Symposia is an international conference on semiconductor technology and circuits that offers an opportunity to interact and synergize on topics spanning the range from process technology to systems-on-chip. The 2015 meeting was held in Kyoto, Japan. This year it will be returning to the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Honolulu, Hawaii in June of 2016. Registration… Read more
“The Return of Neuro-Inspired Computing – Why Now?“, Presented by Professor Jan Rabaey, University of California, Berkeley will be held on Wednesday, April 20, 2016 at 12:00 PM EST. The brain is an amazingly complex and efficient machine. Today, it is realized that neuro-inspired computing may be the perfect match to the properties of the… Read more
Dear SSCS members, The Power Point of the tutorial “Scaling Analog Circuits: Why and How“, presented by Professor Peter Kinget from Columbia University, NY, is available for download at the link below: http://sscs.ieee.org/images/files/Presentation.pdf More details about the event and speaker can be found here.