Call for Demos

Please use the ISCAS online paper submission system to submit either your 1-page demo description or your combined 5-page demo description and full paper. Choose track 19.0: 'live demo sessions' as track number.

Special Live Demonstration Session
In order to vividly animate state-of the-art in the most exciting and emerging areas of research work within the broad areas of circuits and systems, the ISCAS 2009 technical program will innovatively incorporate a new special session for live demonstration. Prospective demonstrations could be either on work that has already been published or on research that is anticipated to be published concurrently in ISCAS this year.

Proposals on published work should submit a one page description on the potential demonstration in PDF-file format. Submissions with anticipated simultaneous publication in ISCAS 2009 are kindly required to include a 5-page PDF-file consisting of one page description on the demonstration together with the full 4-page paper for regular technical tracks. The one page demonstration description in both afore mentioned categories should contain information as stipulated:

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Demonstration title and author information
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ISCAS track selection: Please indicate one of the regular ISCAS tracks (see general call for papers for a list) to which your work belongs to.
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Demonstration setup: Kindly describe the equipment that you will bring to ISCAS. Note that the organizers will only provide a power plug and a table and hence your demonstration should be self-sufficient. Potential authors performing the demonstrations are responsible for the transportation of their own equipment to the meeting site. Please kindly indicate any special requirements such as for example extra space for demonstrating robotic movement within a larger or other requirements that the organizers should be aware of.
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Demonstration experiencing: Explain the way in which a visitor experiences or interacts with your demonstration, how the demonstration reveals the essence of your work and hence helps in further understanding, and also what the visitor will learn after the demonstration.
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References (only for the option of both demonstration and paper publication): Please include one or more citations referring to the subject of your presentation.

Please use the ISCAS online paper submission system to submit either your 1-page demo description or your combined 5-page demo description and full paper. Choose track 19.0: 'live demo sessions' as the track number. Online submissions according to instructions on the ISCAS web site are due on or before October 10, 2008 (extended to October 17). Proposals will be evaluated based on the timeliness of the topic, the qualifications of the authors, and quality of the proposed demonstration. Notification of acceptance will be sent to the authors by 9 January 2009. The full 4-page paper accompanying the demonstration will also undergo peer review. It is possible that both the submitted demonstration and the full paper will be accepted or either the demonstration or paper can be accepted independently of the other submission.

Live Demonstrations of CAS Co-chairs:
Philipp Häfliger (hafliger@ifi.uio.no),
Gwo Giun (Chris) Lee (clee@mail.ncku.edu.tw)
Shao-Yi Chien (sychien@cc.ee.ntu.edu.tw)