ABSTRACT REVIEWED PAPERS
EMC+SIPI 2019 TECHNICAL SESSIONS SCHEDULES
CALL FOR PAPERS IS NOW CLOSED
The technical program of the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal and Power Integrity will include an opportunity for EMC and SI/PI engineers and researchers to write and present Abstract Reviewed Papers. Abstract Reviewed Papers can provide unique opportunities to socialize among EMC and SI/PI engineers and researchers within the renowned IEEE conference environment and to exchange experiences and ideas. This special program will help build a professional community that benefits not only the development of the technologies but also members’ professional careers and can lead us to reduce ever-increasing gaps between rapidly changing modern electronic industry and computational analyses and traditional IEEE conferences.
To accommodate the busy schedule of practitioner engineers, only a one-page extended abstract is required for the initial submission for Abstract Reviewed Papers. The submitted abstract will be reviewed by the technical paper committee of the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal and Power Integrity according to the acceptance criteria indicated below. If accepted a one-page extended abstract will be published in the symposium proceedings and the author will present his or her material in a technical session at the symposium. The author will also be invited to submit a full-length paper (up to 8 pages) for publication in the IEEE Journal on Electromagnetic Compatibility Practice and Applications (J-EMCPA), which contains substantial additional technical material compared to the 1 page abstract published in the symposium proceedings. Together with the invitation the authors get review comments and feedback from the discussion provided by the session chair.
We invite you to be part of this new technical community and look forward to meeting you in New Orleans, LA.
Topics include but are not limited to the following technical areas.
High-Speed Link/Parallel Bus/Memory Interface Design
- Serial link design and performance analysis
- Parallel bus design and analysis in on-board or system-in-package
- Various memory interface design and analysis
- Advanced on-chip or 2.5D/3D signal interface design and analysis
- Transceiver or driver modeling including IBIS
- Signaling analysis including equalization and coding
Jitter and Noise Modeling, Analysis, and Mitigation
- BER analysis, modeling, and measurement
- Jitter and noise modeling and measurement techniques
- Jitter decomposition techniques
- Jitter and noise sensitivity modeling and analysis
- Crosstalk modeling and mitigation
Aeronautics and Space EMC
- EMC Analysis, Design and Performance
- 3D IC and TSV modeling and analysis
- Timing models and closure in SiP
- Special numerical techniques for 3D integration
Passive Channel Component Modeling and Measurement Techniques
- De-embedding techniques
- High-frequency measurement techniques and models
- Interconnect design and optimization
- Material characterization and modeling
- Frequency and time domain measurement techniques
- Die/package/board SI/PI co-design
Numerical Modeling and Simulation Techniques for Interconnects
- High-frequency and broadband modeling techniques
- Causality and passivity detection and enforcement algorithms
- Measurement and modeling correlation
- Electrical and thermal co-simulation techniques
- Numerical modeling approaches and results for complex environments
Power Integrity Analysis and Power Distribution Network (PDN) Design
- System-level PDN modeling and design
- On-chip and off-chip PDN design and analysis
- On-chip and off-chip regulator modeling and performance analysis
- SI/PI co-optimization and design
EMC Measurements and Interference Control
- Advances in interference control techniques
- Measurement methods and instrumentation
- PCB/connector/cable design for EM emission mitigation
- Standards and Regulations
EMC Modeling and Simulation
- Advances in modeling and simulation methods
- Validation methods
ESD, Transients and Immunity
- System-level ESD
- IC/component immunity
- High-power electromagnetics
- RF Interference
- Wireless coexistence
- MIMO testing
- Innovative components
EMC, EMI, SI, PI, Standards and Standardization
All other EMC and SI/PI Topics
AUTHOR SUBMISSION SCHEDULE
- Initial Extended Abstract: October 1, 2018 to February 16, 2019 DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 21, 2019 SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
- Acceptance Notification: March 23, 2019
- Final Extended Abstract Due: April 19, 2019
Guidelines for Authors & Submittal Procedures
- An extended abstract with approximately 500 words describing paper concept and results.
- Choice of presentation format (traditional oral or poster).
** During the electronic submission process, a unique author code will be created for tracking purposes.
After abstract is accepted, further instructions on final paper submission will be provided.
Submissions are reviewed anonymously, so please do not include author names or affiliations on the submitted abstract.
Failure to comply with submission requirements may result in rejection.
PAPER ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
- Importance of Topic: Does it directly relate to the EMC/SI/PI community?
- Technical Sophistication and Depth: Does it present significant information, contribution, advancement, application or refinement of the state of the art? Does it bring the reader to a higher level of knowledge than is currently available from other sources?
- Novelty and Originality: Does it propose a new and unique concept or expand on an existing premise from a unique point of view?
- Submissions are reviewed anonymously
COMMERCIALISM IN PRESENTATIONS
It is the policy of the EMC Society that commercialism shall be prohibited in all workshops and technical sessions. This applies to the written paper or notes as well as the oral presentation. Before publication, workshop notes and technical session papers shall be reviewed by the Symposium Committee for commercialism and rejected or revised if necessary.
Guidelines: The following is a series of guidelines that will be used by the Symposium Committee when reviewing workshop notes and technical session papers:
- Authors name, company name, address, phone number, fax number and e-mail address may be on the first slide only.
- All subsequent slides may have only ONE small (discreet) company logotype of less than 3% of the total image area in the margin of each slide or overhead transparency. No name, address and phone number may be shown.
- The company logotype shall not be used in a watermark fashion.
- All material printed in the workshop notes must adhere to the above requirements.
- Material printed in the Symposium Record may contain name, company, address and phone number on the first page only. No logotypes may be used and no additional mention may be made of the company except as necessary for the technical content of the paper.
- Authors and presenters shall refrain from making statements implying that their company’s product or service is better than others, or that such products and services are necessary.
- Frequent references to trade names shall be considered commercial and shall not be permitted during a presentation at a workshop, technical session or tutorial.
The template file for presenters can be found here. The screen size is 16:9 widescreen.