Sunday, November 15, 2009

Call for Papers: ICGCS 2010

Global warming, climate change, and sustainability have profound impacts on our lives. The grand challenge faced by circuits and systems communities is to design green electronic devices and systems that consume less energy, thus lead to the reduction of global CO2 emission. The annual International Conference on Green Circuits and System (ICGCS) is our response to this grand challenge. ICGCS aims to address issues in climate change and limited suppliers and become a major international forum for researchers and engineers to exchange their latest findings in technologies related to green circuits and systems. ICGCS is a meeting place for scholars, scientists, educators, students, engineers, entrepreneurs, and managers from different disciplinarians to foster collaborations and to solve complex read world problems. It covers a wide range of topics including, but not limited to, the followings:
  • Green Transistors and Devices
  • Low Power Low Voltage Techniques for Analog, Mixed-Signal, Digital Circuits
  • Sub-threshold Circuit Design
  • Energy Efficient Analog Signal Processing Techniques
  • Computationally Efficient Digital Signal Processing Techniques
  • Signal Processing for Communications
  • Visual Signal Processing Techniques and Multimedia Systems
  • Optimization Techniques
  • Self-Powered Circuits and Systems
  • Adaptive and Reconfigurable Circuits and Systems
  • Scalable and Power Aware Systems
  • Energy Harvesting
  • Energy and Power Management
  • Green Power Electronic Circuits and Systems
  • Renewable Energy
  • MEMS and Sensors for Energy Management
  • Environmental Sensing, Control and Protection
  • Circuits and Systems Technologies for Recycling and Pollution Control
  • Emerging Technologies for Green Circuits and Systems
The inaugural conference, ICGCS 2010, will be held in June 2010 in Shanghai, the city hosting World Expo 2010. The participants not only have the opportunities to share their new findings in green circuits and systems but also to witness latest development as showcased in World Expo 2010.

The deadline for submission of Papers is on February 22, 2010. For more details, please visit: We welcome you to contribute your work(s) to ICGCS2010 and hope to see you in Shanghai.

Contact: Yong Lian and Tor S. Lande; ICGCS 2010 Technical Program Chairs

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