Sunday, 25 March 2012

SBMicro symposium 2012

27th SYMPOSIUM ON MICROELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY AND DEVICES CHIP IN BRASÍLIA
August 30 - 02, 2012
Hotel San Marco, Brasilia, DF - Brazil

http://chipinbsb.cic.unb.br/sbmicro.html

Call for Papers: The SBMicro symposium is an international forum dedicated to fabrication and modeling of microsystems, integrated circuits and devices, held annually in Brazil. The goal of the symposium is to bring together researchers in the areas of processing, materials, characterization, modeling, simulation and TCAD of integrated circuits, microsensors, microactuators and MEMS. The SBMicro2012 will be located in Brasília, Brazil. This international conference offers a unique blend of microelectronics and serves as a major conference for the discussion of interdisciplinary research around the world through a variety of formats, such as oral presentations, poster sessions, exhibits, panel discussions, and tutorial sessions. The best papers presented at the symposium will be invited to resubmit an extended version that will be considered for publication at the JICS - Journal of Integrated Circuits and Systems and at the Journal of the Electrochemical Society.

SBMicro2012 will occur in the same venue as SBCCI2012 - 25th Symposium on Integrated Circuits and Systems Design.

Deadline and Paper Format
  • Paper Submission Deadline: March 31th, 2012
  • Notification of Acceptance : May 18th, 2012
  • Camera-Ready Deadline : June 01th, 2012
SBMicro2012 will receive camera-ready submissions in English for consideration by the Program Committee with a maximum of 10 pages. Submission paper format details for SBMicro2012 are available at the conference website http://www.sbmicro.org.br/sbmicro. Simultaneous submissions or submissions of previously published papers will not be considered. The Program Committee will only accept electronics submission in PDF format via the conference website.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Semiconductor and MEMS processing;
  • Sensors and actuators;
  • Optoelectronics and photovoltaic;
  • Plasma technology and diagnostics;
  • Nanoelectronics;
  • Display technology;
  • Modeling and simulation;
  • Reliability and yield;
  • Device characterization;
  • Circuit-device interaction;
  • Energy harvesting;
  • Biomedical devices;
  • Power devices;
  • Packaging;
  • Novel materials and devices;
  • Technology roadmaps;
Engineering education.Location: Brasilia was constructed between 1956 and 1960 and inaugurated, as the new Brazilian Capital, in April 21, 1960. Its master plan ("Plano Piloto") was conceived by Lucio Costa, and its major buildings were designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Known internationally for the modernity of its architecture and urban design in the shape of an airplane (or a bird, as Lucio Costa conceived it), Brasilia has been declared by the UNESCO as "World Heritage Site". The city and its District are located in the Central-West region of the country, along a plateau known as Planalto Central.

General Chair
Ricardo Jacobi
UnB - Brazil
jacobi@unb.br

Program Chairs
Gilson Wirth
UFRGS - Brazil
wirth@inf.ufrgs.br

Dragica Vasileska
ASU - USA
vasileska@asu.edu

Local Arrangement Chairs
Carlos Llanos, UnB - Brazil
llanos@unb.br

Tutorials Chair
Henry Boudinov, UFRGS - Brazil

Panels Chair
Sérgio Bampi, UFRGS - Brazil

Finance Chair
Sandro Haddad, UnB - Brazil

Publicity Chair
Jacobus Swart, UNICAMP - Brazil

Publication Chair
Nilton Morimoto, USP - Brazil
Fernanda Kastensmidt, UFRGS - Brazil

Industry Liaison
Saulo Finco, CTI - Brazil
Jones Yudi, UnB - Brazil

Europe Liaison
Patrick Verdonk, IMEC - BE

US Liaison
Fernando Guarin, IBM - USA

LA Liaison
Mariano Aceves, INAOE - MX

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