Special Sessions

Accepted special sessions proposals

Track 14.1 – Advanced Bioelectronics for Implantable/Wearable Applications, proposed by Pedram Mohseni
Track 14.2 – Applications of CMOS Based BioChips, proposed by Yehya H. Ghallab
Track 14.3 – Circuit and System Design for Emerging IoT Applications, proposed by Emre Salman
Track 14.4 – Circuits and Systems on Flexible Substrate, proposed by Ravinder Dahiya
Track 14.5 – CMOS Chips Interfacing with the Brain, proposed by Roland Thewes
Track 14.6 – Data Analytics in Semiconductor Manufacturing and Test, proposed by Yiorgos Makris
Track 14.7 – Design Enhancements & Simulation Methods for Radio Freq. Circuits & Systems in Emerging Applications, proposed by Marvin Onabajo
Track 14.8 – Device-Circuit-System Integration Using Emerging Memory, proposed by Meng-Fan Chang
Track 14.9 – Device-Circuit-System Integration Using Emerging Transistors, proposed by Shimeng Yu
Track 14.10 – Emerging Hardware Security Threats and Countermeasures in the IoT Era, proposed by Chip-Hong Chang
Track 14.11 – Emerging Trends in Embedded Perceptive Systems, proposed by Maurizio Valle
Track 14.12 – Flexible and Printable Electronics Circuits and Systems, proposed by Gordon W. Roberts
Track 14.13 – Important Design Issues in Respect to the Implantable Telemetry Systems, proposed by Robert Sobot
Track 14.14 – Machine Learning Acceleration: From Circuit to System, proposed by Yiran Chen
Track 14.15 – Neuromorphic Computing with Hybrid Memristive/CMOS Synapses for Real-time Learning, proposed by Daniele Ielmini
Track 14.16 – Novel Devices for Low-Power Neuromorphic Circuits and Systems, proposed by Arindam Basu
Track 14.17 – Reversible Circuits: Design Methods for an Emerging Technology, proposed by Robert Wille
Track 14.18 – Stochastic Electronics for Neuromorphic Systems, proposed by André van Schaik
Track 14.19 – The Landscape of Smart Buildings: Modeling, Management and Infrastructure, proposed by Shiyan Hu
Track 14.20 – Visible Light Communication Circuits and System, proposed by Amara Amara
Track 14.21 – VLSI Architectures for Decoding of Polar Codes, proposed by Warren Gross
Track 14.22 – Wearable Biomedical Big Data Computing: Modeling, Architecture and Silicon Implementation, proposed by Tinoosh Mohsenin