The objective of the ISCAS 2009 Tutorial Program is to offer conference attendees and local participants an inspiring and informative selection of tutorials that reflect current topics in circuit and system related research and development. We encourage submissions of tutorial proposals on the topics including but not limited to:

• Analog Signal Processing
• Biomedical Circuits and Systems
• Blind Signal Processing
• Cellular Neural Networks and Array Computing
• Circuits and Systems for Communications
• Computer‐Aided Network Design
• Digital Signal Processing
• Life‐Science Systems and Applications
• Multimedia Systems and Applications
• Nanoelectronics and Gigascale Systems
• Neural Systems and Applications
• Nonlinear Circuits and Systems
• Power Systems and Power Electronic Circuits
• Sensory Systems
• Visual Signal Processing and Communications
• VLSI Systems and Applications

         Each tutorial proposal should be submitted in a one‐column PDF file to Tutorial Co‐chair Kuen‐Jong Lee via The file should include the following information:

•Title of the tutorial
•Area of the tutorial (refer to the above list of topics)
•Format of tutorial (1/2 day or 1 day)
•Instructor(s) and their credentials(CV, including previous offerings of tutorial, if any)
•Learning objectives
•Target audience and prerequisite knowledge of audience
•300 Word Abstract (for inclusion in registration materials)
•Full description (1‐2 pages to be used for evaluation)

         Questions should also be directed to Kuen‐Jong Lee at For additional information of ISCAS 2009, refer to the website

Tutorials Co-chairs:

Cheng‐Wen Wu, SoC Technology Center / Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan

Thanos Stouraitis, University of Patras, Greece

Kuen‐Jong Lee, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan


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