2020 Best Paper Award
There are two categories of awards for authors who presented papers at 2020 VLSI-TSA: Best Student Paper Award and Student Travel Award
Other award: ERSO Award
Best Student Paper Award
In 2005, the VLSI-TSA Symposium started the Best Student Paper Award annual contest. As of 2019, the award will be presented to two papers presented by full time students. The selection will be based on the evaluation by members of technical committees of students’ papers, as well as their oral presentations during the conference. The Best Student Paper Awards will be granted to the winning students at the next conference. Students must indicate with their submission that they would like to be considered for this award.
2019 VLSI-TSA Winners ~ Congratulations! ÜHistory
of VLSI-TSA Award Winners
Novel Fine-Grain Back-Bias Assist Techniques for 14nm FDSOI Top-Tier SRAMs integrated in 3D-Monolithic
D. Bosch1, 3, F. Andrieu1, L. Ciampolini1, 2, A. Makosiej1, O. Weber1, 2, X. Garros1, J. Lacord1, J. Cluzel1, E. Esmanhotto1, M. Rios1, S. Lang1, B. Giraud1, R. Berthelon2, G. Cibrario1, L. Brunet1, P. Batude1, C. Fenouillet-Béranger1, D. Lattard1, J. P. Colinge1, F. Balestra3, M. Vinet1
1 CEA-LETI, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France; 2 STMicroelectronics, France; 3 Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, IMEP-LAHC, France
Ferroelectric Si-doped HfO2 Capacitors for Next-Generation Memories
Ava J. Tan1,2, Zhongwei Zhu2, Hwan Sung Choe2, Chenming Hu1, Sayeef Salahuddin1, Alex Yoon2
1University of California Berkeley, USA
2Lam Research Corporation, USA
Student Travel Award (Financial Support for Overseas Students)
Please read the requirements and payment conditions to verify whether you are eligible for application before applying.
•Your paper must be accepted by VLSI-TSA 2020. The notices of acceptance will be sent out to authors by December 31, 2019.
•You must be a full-time enrolled STUDENT in an overseas country / region’s educational institution.
•You must present and have this presentation confirmed at VLSI-TSA 2020.
•Payment will be made only AFTER the paper is presented at VLSI-TSA 2020 by the applicant.
•Payment will be done in cash, on site, by US dollar.
•The award will apply to ONE person per abstract (the presenting person) only.
•The amount of the award is:
Ü US$ 450 (USA East coast & Europe)
Ü US$ 350 (USA West coast)
Ü US$ 250 (Asia, not include Taiwan)
Ü Application Form
Ü A copy of your Student ID Card
•Application Deadline: April 25, 2020, 23:59 (GMT+8)
ERSO Award was established in 2007 with the sponsorship from Pan Wen Yuan Foundation to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to Taiwan electronics industry. The foundation is established to promote the cultivation of technical manpower specialized in the fields of semiconductor and information science. The Award consists of a certificate and a trophy.