Final Call For Papers
"Circuit Paradigm in the 21st Century"
28-31 August, 2001
The conference will be devoted to all aspects of circuit theory
and techniques and both analogue and digital signal processing.
The emphasis is on new circuits, simulation, modeling, and signal
processing. In particular, design techniques for future
telecommunication systems as well as system architectures and
circuit implementations for neural computing are covered in the program.
The presentations will be in the form of contributed and invited
papers in regular, special, and poster sessions.
State-of-the-art talks are delivered by keynote speakers.
Authors are invited to submit original technical papers
describing novel research and engineering developments in
the areas listed below.
SCHEDULE FOR AUTHORS
- Paper submissions:
January 31, 2001
- Notification of acceptance: April 30, 2001
- Camera ready paper: May 25, 2001
VENUE AND INFORMATION
- ECCTD'01 Conference will be held at Helsinki University of Technology,
in Espoo, Finland (15 minutes by bus from central Helsinki).
In addition to the Conference Technical Programme,
several social activities are being planned,
to allow attendees ample opportunity to enjoy Finland.
- Analog, digital, and mixed integrated circuits.
- Distributed circuits.
- RF and microwave communication circuits.
- Switched-capacitor and switched-current circuits.
- Power circuits.
- Neural networks.
- Cellular nonlinear networks.
- Applications of nonlinear and chaotic circuits.
- Quantum and nano scale electronic circuits.
- Processing of analog and digital signals.
- Adaptive signal processing.
- Image, speech, and biomedical signal applications.
- Multiresolution analysis.
- Knowledge-based signal analysis.
- Multirate signal processing.
- Communication systems.
- Analog, digital, and hybrid systems.
- Systems on silicon, SOC, ULSI.
- Nonlinear, adaptive, and intelligent systems.
- Neural and fuzzy systems.
- Microelectromechanical systems.
- Distributed systems.
- Power systems.
- Transform theory.
- Linear and nonlinear circuit and system theory.
- Fractals, chaos, and bifurcations.
- Large scale and multidimensional system analysis.
- Graph theory.
- Circuit models for acoustic and electromagnetic fields and plasmas.
- Quantum computing.
- Biological computing.
- Analysis and design tools.
- Digital and analog design reuse.
- Simulation, modeling, and emulation.
- Simulation methods for microsystems.
- Fault analysis.
- Neural, fuzzy, and soft computing.
- Expert systems.
- Package and interconnect modeling.
- Electromechanical systems.
- Electromagnetic compatibility and physical design.
- Production testing.
- Veikko Porra, Conference chairman,
Helsinki University of Technology (HUT)
- Olli Simula, Conference co-chair, HUT
- Martti Valtonen, Technical programme chair, HUT
- Iiro Hartimo, Special session chair, HUT
- Timo Veijola, Local organization, HUT
- Matti Ilmonen, Publications chair,
Tampere University of Technology
- Marjukka Ankkuriniemi, Conference secretariat,
- Erkki Larkka, EIS
- Harantha Reddy, IEEE
- Molecular Devices and Circuits, Leon Chua, UC Berkeley
- Circuit Theory for Computations,
Patrick Dewilde, Delft University of Technology
- Design Methodology for ULSI Circuits,
Manfred Glesner, Technical University Darmstadt
- Electromagnetic Computations, Alfred Fettweis, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
- Self-Organizing Networks, Teuvo Kohonen, Helsinki University of Technology
- Digital Signal Processing: Road to the Future,
Sanjit Mitra, UC Santa Barbara
- Looking Inside the Cellular Phone Today and Tomorrow,
Yrjö Neuvo, Nokia Mobile Phones
- Network Syntheses in Mobile Communications, David Rhodes, Filtronic plc
- The Complexity of Analogic Computations,
Tamas Roska, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- Circuit Theory: Some 21st Century Perspectives,
J.O. Scanlan, University College Dublin
(updated list of Special Sessions)
- Symbolic Analysis, G. Gielen
- Bio-Inspired Novel Circuit Applications, L. Fortuna
- Analogue Integrated Circuits Design, K. Halonen
- RF and Microwave CAD and Modelling
- Nonlinear Circuits in Communication Systems, W. Mathis and O. Feely
- Design Methods and Tools for Analogic Visual Microprocessors, Á. Zarándy
- Recent Trends in Interconnect Modelling and Simulation, C. Göknar
- Multigigabit Circuits for Optical Communications, A. Konczykowska
- Low-Power CMOS Sensors and Electronics for Digital Single-Chip Cameras,
P. Seitz and M. Ansorge
- Optimisation of Digital Filters for VLSI Implementations, T. Saramäki
- Design and Testing of Digital Systems, R. Ubar and M. Glesner
- Analogic Wave Algorithms, T. Roska, C. Rekeczky, and M. Gilli
- Applications of Chaos, M. Ogorzalek and P. Kennedy
- Intelligent Data Analysis and Mining, O. Simula and J. Hollmén
- Independent Component Analysis (ICA) and its Applications, E. Oja
- Applications of Gabor Filters and Transforms in Image Processing, V. Tavsanoglu
- SoC Design and Testing, R. Ubar
- Equivalent Circuit Models for MEMS, T. Veijola
Design Automation Day
- T. Roska and Á. Zarándy, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- Systems on a Chip,T. Davies, King's College,
University of London.
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