Presentation on theme: "1 2011 VLSI Symposium Kyoto, Japan 2011 Symposium on VLSI Circuits Kyoto, Japan June 14-17, 2011 SSCS Meetings Committee Aug 15, 2011 – Boston, MA."— Presentation transcript:
1 2011 VLSI Symposium Kyoto, Japan 2011 Symposium on VLSI Circuits Kyoto, Japan June 14-17, 2011 SSCS Meetings Committee Aug 15, 2011 – Boston, MA
2 Symposium on VLSI Circuits 2011 Symposium hosted by JSAP Extremely strong commitment by JFE committee/leadership with help from NAE and SSCS to overcome the adversity of the March tsunami with a very successful (high quality papers & attendance) symposium Continued with two days of overlap. Royal Rhiga– Kyoto - June 14-17, 2011 2011/2012 NAE General Chair – Ajith Amerasekera 2011/2012 NAE TPC Chair – Vivek De The paper submission date was moved to Jan. 24 to give authors more time after the New Year. 2011: paper selection was decoupled from ISSCC and joint with Technology Program Committee 2012 Symposium to be hosted by IEEE Hilton Hawaiian Village – Honolulu – June 12-15, 2012 Leverage Technology/Circuit topics with 2-day overlap 2011 VLSI Symposium Kyoto, Japan
Circuits Submission & Acceptance 2011 VLSI Symposium Kyoto, Japan
Attendees, Program/Short Course 2011 VLSI Symposium Kyoto, Japan
# of papers submitted from academia # of papers submitted from industry # of submitted papers Ckts. Submission: Industry/Academia 2011 VLSI Symposium Kyoto, Japan
Ratio of industry to total (%) 2000200120062007 20082009200220032004 2011 2010 Ckts. Accepted: Industry/Academia Industry accepted papers: 49 (42.6%) including co-authored by industry with academia 8 (7%) Academia accepted papers: 66 (57.4%) including co-authored by academia with industry 15 (13%) 2011 VLSI Symposium Kyoto, Japan
Issues for Discussion Initiatives to increase attendance New Joint Committee: Technology/Circuits to solicit papers for planned joint sessions and rump sessions. (e.g. Design Enablement) New Short Course Committee: Tech/Circ. General Chairs, SC Chairs, and Treasurer – to ensure increased attendance and quality Marketing: Engaged BtB (IEDM Publicity) 7 2011 VLSI Symposium – Kyoto, Japan
8 2011 VLSI Circuit Symposium Financials 2011 Symposia hosted in Kyoto – Rhiga Royal Hotel Registration Fee (IEEE) - JPY60K (Finances on odd years sponsored by Japan Society of Applied Physics) 2009 & 2011 Honolulu $11K surplus for Circuits Symposia in 2010 vs. $9.6K in 08 Requesting 40K in each of 2011 and 2012 for advance. Current Budgeting for 2012: Registration277 vs. 277 (2010) Short Course 85 vs. 85 (2010) Registration Fee $575 vs. $550 (2010) 2011 VLSI Symposium Kyoto, Japan
10 2010 VLSI Symposium – Honolulu, HI EXTRA SLIDES
11 2010 VLSI Symposium – Honolulu, HI Summary Attendance ~276(313)/85(130); target 300/90; overlap with DAC could have affected attendance by ~10%. Moved out final paper submission by 2 weeks and reduced 4 weeks between paper selection and conference. No change in # of submitted papers or quality of papers – trends matched for Hawaii; shorter time is good, tight for deliverables Seeing more joint University/Industry papers; may need to classify level of industry contribution. Good increase in digital papers. Higher attendance at digital. Could do more to leverage Technology/Circuits overlap. Mixed sessions? Need to address more complex SoC, and application technology; e.g. power delivery and management, sensor interfaces, display circuits, control circuits, embedded processing. Should we consider a circuits applications category and solicit?
12 2010 VLSI Symposium – Honolulu, HI Peer Review Process 409 papers submitted this year. All papers sent to all committee members. Papers are divided into 11 categories. Each committee member are responsible for 5 categories. Each paper has 10 reviews. Each committee member reviews 200 papers.
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