Tutorials proposals are solicited for half-day that present established and/or emerging topics in circuits and systems related research and development, considering both academic and industrial interests. The tutorials are expected to offer profound/new insights that are best articulated by means of an oral presentation. Furthermore, tutorials should be interesting with lively interaction with the attendees. Interactive tutorials attracting young professionals are highly recommended. Tutorial proposals from young professionals are especially welcome.
We are particularly interested in tutorials that are of general interest and would attract a wide range of audience, being broad enough to provide an introduction to the chosen topic, as well as to cover the cutting-edge contributions in depth. Proposals that exclusively focus on the instructor’s own work or commercial presentation are not eligible.
Proposals should be prepared in a single column pdf file including the following information:
- Title of the tutorial
- Area of the tutorial (refer to the above list of topics)
- 300-word abstract (for inclusion in the registration materials)
- Instructor(s) and their credentials (2-page CV for each instructor)
- Previous offerings of tutorials, if any
- Learning objectives
- Target audience and prerequisite knowledge of audience
- Full description (1-2 pages to be used for evaluation)