Following an established tradition, the ISCAS 2020 Organizing Committee invites proposals for contributions in the Late Breaking News (LBN) track as a venue for fast dissemination of novel and high profile results for which timeliness of disclosure with the community is critical.
The intent is to present technical works reflecting the most recent and highest impact research and application results. All topical areas spanning the technical breadth of Circuits and Systems are encouraged for submission, including cross-cutting topics and those that reach beyond disciplines traditionally represented at ISCAS.
Late Breaking News Proposals
Authors are invited to submit a one-page Abstract and up to two pages of additional key supporting material (e.g., measurements, comparison with other work) via the LBN Paper submission site. The template file can be found here.
The deadline for the submission of the abstract and of the additional material is Friday February 7, 2020. A template is available in the submission page.
Note that abstracts of accepted proposals will be directly published in the ISCAS 2020 proceedings but not appear in the IEEE Xplore. Accordingly, authors are not required to make a file copyright.
No special section of the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems – Part II (TCAS-II) devoted to ISCAS 2020 Late Breaking News contributions will be issued.
Authors of accepted abstracts will present their results during lecture sessions at ISCAS 2020.
Authors of accepted contributions who are attending ISCAS just to present their Late Breaking News work will be given the opportunity to register at early-bird rate till March 6, 2020.
ISCAS2020 Late Breaking News Co-Chairs
Hai “Helen” Li, Duke University, USA – <email@example.com>
Marvin Onabajo, Northeastern University, USA – <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Antonio López-Martín, Public University of Navarra, Spain – <email@example.com>