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The Tenth International Conference on Advances in Circuits, Electronics and Micro-electronics

CENICS 2017
September 10 - 14, 2017 - Rome, Italy


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Details:

  • Colocated with other events part of NetWare 2017
  • Posters will be presented during the conference
  • A Work in Progress track is available for preliminary work
  • A Research Ideas track is available for ideas in early stages
  • A Doctoral Forum track is available for discussing and publishing early PhD thesis research
Submission (full paper)

April 25 May 29, 2017

Notification

June 25, 2017

Registration

July 10, 2017

Camera ready

July 27, 2017

ISSN: 2308-426X
ISBN: 978-1-61208-585-2

Video from NetWare 2016
Video posted on IFSA Videos page. Many thanks to Prof. Dr. Sergey Yurish, President of IFSA, for arranging this video.

Published by IARIA XPS Press

Archived in the free access ThinkMindTM Digital Library
Prints available at Curran Associates, Inc.
Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions to a IARIA Journal
Articles will be submitted to appropriate indexes.

conference contact: mp@iaria.org

All tracks/topics are open to both research and industry contributions.

Special tracks:

NGWL: Next Generation Wireless Networks
Chair and Coordinator: Assist. Prof. Dr. Piotr Remlein, Poznan University of Technology - Poznan, Poland remlein@et.put.poznan.pl

CYPHYS: Cyber-Physical Security
Chair and Coordinator: Dr. Alie El-Din Mady, Senior Research Scientist, United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) – Cork, Ireland MadyAA@utrc.utc.com

CSCPS: Cyber Security for Cyber and Physical Systems
Chair and Coordinator:  Dr. Jin Wei Kocsis, The University of Akron, USA jwei1@uakron.edu

RECATA: Reconfigurable Architectures, Tools and Applications
Chairs and Coordinators:
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Timm Bostelmann, FH Wedel (University of Applied Sciences), Germany bos@fh-wedel.de
Prof. Dr. Sergei Sawitzki, FH Wedel (University of Applied Sciences), Germany saw@fh-wedel.de

 

Tracks:

Trends on hot research/industrial areas

Low-energy devices;  Energy-efficient systems;  Smart grids; Power line communication systems; Eco-batteries; Batteries and hybrid voltage suppliers; Picowatt-aware voltage devices; Self-sustaining wireless power transfer systems; High-efficiency power amplifiers; Voltage scaling applications; Internet of Things (IoT) devices; Smart building systems; Low-latency arbiters; Feedback topologies; Atmospheric turbulence-agnostic systems; Ultra-wide-band analog-to-digital converters; Audio or image signal reconstruction; Very high frequency front-end components; 5G small-cell structured mobile networks; Heterogeneous optical networks; 5G wireless and mm-Wave systems; Cognitive radars; Signal processing for crowd dynamics; Small-scale prosumers; Deep learning in compressed sensing; Biometric authentifiers; Quantum cellular automata; Cognitive communication

Semiconductors and applications

Special semiconductors; Tunable bandgap semiconductors; Piezoelectricity; Polarization; Breakdown voltage; Superconductivity; Ferromagnetism; Biocompatibility; Chemical and thermal stability; Power amplification at very high frequencies; High temperature electronics; LEDs and lasers; Photodetectors; Transistors; Piezoelectric filters

Design, models and languages

Languages and models for specification and design of hardware; Robust, reliable and/or safe embedded electronics; Circuits/hardware description languages; Standards related to design languages; Processor and memory design; Embedded system design; VHDL-related standards; Electronic circuits modelling; Automatic generation of models; Quantitative analysis of models; Distributed CAD systems; Collaborative design based on Internet and WWW; Electronic systems design based on WWW; System- and high-level synthesis, HW/SW codesign

Signal processing circuits

Signal processing; High-speed signal processing; Multi-scale signal processing and imaging; Asynchronous circuits and systems; High frequency processing; Power and signal amplifiers; Parallel processing circuits; Equalization processing; Compression, transcoding, and applied signal processing

Arithmetic computational circuits

Operational arithmetic circuits; Basic arithmetic operations; Modular operations; Decimal-floating point operations; Multiple-precision operations; Squaring and exponentiation; Polynomial evaluations; Periodic functions; Operational approximations; Parallel decimal operations

Microelectronics

Components and circuits for communications; HMIC and MMIC design; Micro-electronics; Nano-electronics; Lasers and mini-lasers; Miniature devices; Low power electronics; Nano-scale electronics materials

Electronics technologies

Organic optoelectronic; Implantable electronics; Wearable electronics; Low power electronics; Electronic microarray technology and applications; RF and Microwave

Special circuits

Programmable circuits; Design of reconfigurable micro-chips; VLSI circuits design; Low-noise circuits; Digital modulators; Micro-sensors; Micro-antennas; Thermal circuits; Reconfigurable circuits; Dynamically reconfigurable processors; Oscillators; VCOs and phased-array transmitters

Consumer electronics

Home-oriented electronics; Biometric circuits; Home gateway; Home theater circuitry; Game systems; Interactive and directed programming electronics; Advanced DVD and CD; Interactive and directed programming electronics

Application-oriented electronics

Medical Applications including telemedicine and eHealth electronics; Biochip design for health science applications; Bio-systems and miniature instruments; Biosensors and biosensor networks; Power and energy distribution electronics; Electronics for building automation; Energy saving and conversion circuits; Industrial measurement and control electronics; Electronics for Avionics, Automotive, Railways and Industrial Applications; Navigation electronics

 
 

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