The 63rd IEEE International Electron Devices Meetings (IEDM) has issued a call for papers for its conference in San Francisco in early December and has stuck with the later deadline introduced last year.
The paper submission deadline is August 2, 2017, pushing the date back around one and a half months compared with earlier conferences to give more time to researchers working on leading-edge technologies. The abstracts will also be longer: four pages instead of the traditional three.
“Based on the success of the later paper-submission deadline last year, we have decided to make it an IEDM tradition,” said Barbara DeSalvo, chief scientist at Leti. “This helps ensure a rich and unique technical program.”
The conference committee is putting greater emphasis this year on advanced memories; more than Moore technologies; neuromorphic computing; optoelectronics; package-device interaction; sensors; spintronics; steep subthreshold technologies; and process technologies for 5nm and beyond.