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2018/08/15 Update information for "Plenary Talks", "Panel Discussion", "Tutorials", and "Registration".
2018/08/08 Regarding the sample for presentration, Please click here to get the MS power point(ppt) file which will be used for paper presentation at the conference. The ppt file must follow the 16:9 format at A-SSCC 2018.
2018/08/04 The advanced session schedule is set as public. Please click here (list view) or here (table view) for more details.
2018/08/04 The author decision broadcast has been completed. If any authors claim they haven't received their decision, please contact Mr. Yung-Ming Chiu ( pobsadue@poetry-life.com ).
2018/06/23 Guidelines for FPGA Session Demonstration at A-SSCC 2018
2018/06/23 Guidelines for Student Design Contest at A-SSCC 2018
2018/06/02 Paper submission deadline is postponed to June 17, 2018 (final deadline).
2018/05/29 Regarding two-page submission, it should follow the template shown in the website link but just be cut down to two pages. NOTE: The two-page submission could include two-page supplements with figures and figure captions. (Please click here to see the template.)
2018/04/24 Online registration for TPC paper selection meeting is open. We invite all SC members, TPC members, and OC members to register and attend. Please click here for more details.
2018/04/02 On-line paper submission system is open. Please click following links for the submission guideline and login page. Paper submission deadline is on June 3, 2018 .
2018/03/20 Transportation information for TPC paper selection meeting is released. Please click here to download the PDF file.
2018/02/01 A-SSCC 2018 website is up.
 
 
 

Conference Overview

The IEEE A-SSCC 2018 (Asian Solid-State Circuits Conference) is an international forum for presenting the most updated and advanced chips and circuit designs in solid-state and semiconductor fields. The conference is supported by the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society and will be held in Asia.

Conference Theme: Silicon Enabling Mobile Intelligence

The miniaturized silicon technology enabled big success in the realization of software solutions such as machine learning, big data, virtual and augmented realty in the image and speech recognition, the medical diagnosis and the autonomous driving automobiles. The current software solutions, however, consume huge power by employing cloud computers along with many graphic processing units and a large amount of memory. Nowadays, the integrated circuit design community tries to develop efficient low-power mobile intelligence solutions by taking challenges in the design of digital and analog circuits, processor architecture, and system for compact IoT devices.


Conference Program

The conference technical program includes 4 plenary talks, 1 panel discussion, 1 industry session, and 4 tutorials. The 86 regular papers are grouped in 16 sessions covering analog circuits, data converters, digital circuits and systems, emerging technology and applications, memory, radio-frequency circuits, system-on-chip and signal processing, wireline and mixed signal circuits. The Student Design Contest will feature demos from the best student papers.

Plenary Talks


Circuit Design in Nano-Scale CMOS Technologies

  • Dr. Kevin Zhang
  • VP, Business Development, TSMC, Taiwan

  • Date: November 6 (Tuesday)
  • Time: (TBD)
  • Location: (TBD)

Open the New World of 5G


  • Mr. Seizo ONOE
  • CTA, NTT DOCOMO & President, DOCOMO Tech., Japan

  • Date: November 6 (Tuesday)
  • Time: (TBD)
  • Location: (TBD)

Practical Challenges in Supporting Functions in Memory

  • Dr. Nam Sung Kim
  • SVP, Memory Division, Samsung, Korea
  • Date: November 7 (Wednesday)
  • Time: (TBD)
  • Location: (TBD)

AI Drive Domain Specific Processor

  • Dr. Yi Kang
  • Chief Scientist & SVP, UNISOC, China (Tsinghua Unigroup)

  • Date: November 7 (Wednesday)
  • Time: (TBD)
  • Location: (TBD)


Panel Discussion

" The Circuits and Systems for Mobile AI"

  • Moderator: Marvin, National Tsinghua Univ., Taiwan



Tutorials


Tutorial 1: Design for Low Distortion

  • Willy Sansen
  • KULeuven, Belgium


  • Date: November 5 (Monday)
  • Time: 09:00 - 10:30 (90)
  • Location: (TBD)

Tutorial 2: Wireless ECG Acquisition and Cardiac Stimulation SOCs for Body Sensor Networks

  • Shuenn-Yuh Lee
  • National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
  • Date: November 5 (Monday)
  • Time: 10:50 - 12:20 (90)
  • Location: (TBD)

Tutorial 3: Terahertz CMOS Technology for Beyond 5G

  • Minoru Fujishima
  • Hiroshima University, Japan


  • Date: November 5 (Monday)
  • Time: 13:40 - 15:10 (90)
  • Location: (TBD)

Tutorial 4: Memory System for Next Generation AI

  • Kyomin Sohn
  • Samsung Electronics, Korea


  • Date: November 5 (Monday)
  • Time: 15:30 - 17:00 (90)
  • Location: (TBD)



Regular Session Schedule



Confernce Registration Fees

Category Early Bird Regular Registration On-Site Registration
Author
Must register by
Sept. 9, 2018
Non-Author
On & Before
Sept. 30, 2018
On & After Oct. 1, 2018
Regular – IEEE Member NT$18000 (US$600) NT$21000 (US$700) NT$22500 (US$750)
Regular – IEEE SSCS Member NT$16500 (US$550) NT$19500 (US$650) NT$21000 (US$700)
Regular – Non Member NT$22500 (US$750) NT$25500 (US$850) NT$27000 (US$900)
Student – IEEE Member –– NT$9000 (US$300) NT$12000 (US$400) NT$13500 (US$450)
Student – IEEE SSCS Member –– NT$8250 (US$275) NT$11250 (US$375) NT$12750 (US$425)
Student – Non Member –– NT$10500 (US$350) NT$13500 (US$450) NT$15000 (US$500)
IEEE Life Fellow –– NT$9000 (US$300) NT$12000 (US$400) NT$13500 (US$450)

* A-SSCC 2018 Registration will open by Aug. 24, 2018.



Tutorial Registration Fees

Category 1 Session 2 Sessions Full Day (4 Sessions)
Regular NT$2700 (US$90) NT$4500 (US$150) NT$6900 (US$230)
Student Free Free Free


Additional Purchases

Category Rate
Additional Banquet Ticket NT$2100 (US$70)
Additional Tutorial Materials
(Get Materials of 4 Sessions)
NT$1500 (US$50)




Important Dates

  • Paper submission deadline: June 17, 2018, 23:59 (GMT -0700)
  • Acceptance notification: August 6, 2018
  • Final paper submission deadline: September 9, 2018

Past Conferences

Following are the website links for the past conferences.

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011
2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

 

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