Late Breaking News

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The ISCAS 2016 Organizing Committee invites proposals for Call for Late Breaking News one-page paper at ISCAS 2016. The world of Circuits and Systems is rapidly changing as designers battle with the end of Moore’s law, the push toward both dense and distributed systems, and an increasingly complex world with rising user transparency. IEEE ISCAS is responding to this fast pace of changes in Circuits and Systems with the addition of a new track called “Late Breaking News”. Late Breaking News (LBN) is a venue for fast dissemination of novel and new results in the field for which timeliness of disclosure with the community is critical. ISCAS, as the flagship conference of the Circuits and Systems Society, now solicits contributions through a new venue for post-deadline, late-breaking and high profile results of particular interest to the CASS audience to be highlighted in a spotlight session called “Latest News”. In an effort to assure the very highest quality, and to create a session of high prestige papers deserving of particular attention and of specifically high interest, a thorough review process will be conducted and a partnership between ISCAS and TCAS-II has been initiated. A Special Issue of TCAS-II has been created to highlight this very select group of LBN papers to be selected based on this open solicitation of ISCAS papers with a deadline of Feb 15, 2016.

All accepted ISCAS LBN papers are assumed to be of such high quality that their extended versions are automatically solicited for publication, pending review, in this Special Issue of TCAS-II. The aim of this new venture is to publish technical papers reflecting the most recent and highest impact research and application results in the broad area of Circuits and Systems. All topical areas spanning the technical breadth of CASS are encouraged in this special issue, including cross-cutting topics and those that reach beyond disciplines traditionally represented at ISCAS.

Authors are invited to submit a one-page document using epapers following the schedule and characteristics below. Authors of accepted submissions should present their results in ISCAS 2016, and follow the normal IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems-II guidelines for their full paper submission to TCAS-II website, but please choose “Special Issue ISCAS Latest News”. Original research with significant novelty and experimental results is sought. Papers already accepted or published in conferences will not be considered for this special issue.

Submission
Authors are invited to prepare their one-page Late Breaking News (LBN) contributions to be submitted for this activity of ISCAS 2016. An example of the 1-page paper is provided here.

  • ALL submissions must be made on-line via the epapers web site.
  • Email submissions will NOT be accepted.
  • If you are making multiple submissions, you only need to create one web account. Use the same account (User name & Password) for any additional submissions.
  • If you need to edit any author information or resubmit your paper, it may be done up until the submission deadline.
  • Paper Length: Maximum 1 page, including figures, tables & references.
  • NOTE: authors may include up to two additional pages to help reviewers better understand the contribution. The full submission must be made as a single file.
  • Paper Size: US Letter (8.5″ x 11″) or A4 (210mm X 297mm).
  • Fonts: Embed ALL fonts in your PDF file. Avoid the use of Type 3 fonts.
  • File Format: Adobe PDF (.pdf).
  • Allowed File Size: 2.0Mb.
  • Do NOT page number your paper.
  • Do NOT apply security settings to your PDF file.
  • Note: Deviations from the above paper specifications could impede the review of your paper and result in rejection.

Important Dates
Deadline for one-page LBN paper: February 15 | February 18, 2016
Notification of Acceptance: March 15, 2016
Deadline for Full TCAS II papers: May 15, 2016
Notification of First Review: 30 July, 2016
Completion of Final Review: 30 September, 2016
Publication: December 2016

Guest Editors
Alyssa Apsel
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Cornell University
420 Phillips Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
aba25@cornell.edu

Eduard Alarcon
Electrical Engineering
Technical University of Catalunya, UPC BarcelonaTech
Barcelona, Spain
eduard.alarcon@upc.edu

Chai Wah Wu
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center,
P. O. Box 218, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598, U. S. A.
cwwu@us.ibm.com