Special focus sessions this year:
- Novel devices for specialty imaging applications.
- Microsystems for personalized medicine.
- Solid-state power devices.
- Devices and circuits for analog applications.
San Francisco, CA (May 28, 2014) -- The 60th annual IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) has issued a Call for Papers seeking the world's best original work in all areas of microelectronics research and development. The paper submission deadline is Monday, June 23, 2014 at 23:59 p.m. Pacific Time.
Overall, the 2014 IEDM is seeking increased participation in circuit and process technology interaction, energy harvesting, bio-sensors and bioMEMS, power devices, sensors, magnetics, spintronics, two-dimensional electronics, devices for non-Boolean computing, and multiferroics. In addition, special focus sessions will be held on the following topics: novel devices for specialty imaging applications, microsystems for personalized medicine, solid-state power devices, and devices and circuits for analog applications.
The 2014 IEDM will take place at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square Hotel from December 15-17, 2014, preceded by a full day of Short Courses on Sunday, Dec. 14. Also, building on the growing popularity of the Saturday afternoon tutorial sessions and the Wednesday Entrepreneurs Luncheons held at recent editions of the IEDM, these events will be held once again, on Saturday, Dec. 13 and Wednesday, Dec. 17, respectively.
At IEDM each year, the world's best scientists and engineers in the field of microelectronics from industry, academia and government gather to participate in a technical program of more than 220 presentations, along with panels, special sessions, Short Courses, IEEE/EDS award presentations and other events spotlighting more leading work in more areas of the field than any other conference.
Papers in the following areas are encouraged:
- Circuit and device interaction.
- Characterization, reliability, and yield.
- Display and imaging systems.
- Memory technology.
- Modeling and simulation.
- Nano device technology.
- Power and compound semiconductor devices.
- Process and manufacturing technology.
- Sensors, MEMS and BioMEMS.
For more information, visit www.ieee.org.