| Call for Papers
We appreciate your interest in submitting a paper to the 2022 International Symposium on VLSI Design, Automation, and Test (2022 VLSI-DAT). Herewith forms and information are provided for your preparation of paper submission.
IMPORTANT DATES: all are based on Taiwan time (GMT+8).
  1. Deadline for Title/Abstract Submission: Oct. 15, 2021
  2. Deadline for Camera-Ready Paper Submission: Oct. 31, 2021
  3. Notification of Acceptance: Dec. 30, 2021
  4. Deadline for Final Paper (IEEE compatible version) Submission: Jan. 31, 2022
  5. Deadline for Author Registration Deadline: Feb. 28, 2022
• Original and unpublished papers on all aspects of VLSI Design, Automation and Test are
  solicited, including but not limited to:   






AI applications

Biomedical Circuits

Communication Baseband Designs

CPU, DSP and Multicore Architectures

Analog EDA

3D IC and Interposer-Based IC Test

Specialized Hardware Architecture for AI

Energy-Harvesting and Power Management Circuits

Digital Circuits and ASICs

Embedded System and Software

Design for Manufacturability

Design-for-Testability and BIST

Hardware-efficient AI Methods

Sensor and Interface Circuits

Hardware Security and Trust

Multimedia Processing Designs

Design Verification

Memory Test

Compiler for AI Accelerators

Memristive and Neuromorphic Circuits

Low Voltage & Low Power Circuits Design

SOC and NOC Architectures

EDA for Microfluidic Biochips

On-Chip Monitoring

AI for EDA

RF, Analog and Mixed Signal Circuits

Memory Circuits and

System-in-Package Designs

Electronic System Level Design

RF, Analog and Mixed-Signal Test

AI for Systems

Security Circuits for IoT and AI

Wired and IO Design

Hardware/Software Co-Design

Silicon Debug and Diagnosis

Systems for AI

Ultra Low-Power Circuits and Systems


Logic and Behavioral Synthesis

SOC and System Level Test


Physical Design and Verification

Yield and Reliability Enhancement


Modeling and Simulation

Test Generation and Compression


Power/Thermal Estimation and Optimization

Test Standards

  • Prospective authors are asked to submit their work in two stages for VLSI-DAT 2022.

    In Stage One (abstract submission), a title, an 80- to 100-word abstract, and a list of all co-authors must be submitted via the conference submission page before Oct. 15, 2021. No abstract submissions after the deadline.

    In Stage Two (paper submission), authors must electronically submit the self-contained paper with figures and tables via the same submission page before Oct. 31, 2021.

  • The submitted manuscript must be 2-4 pages, double-columned, IEEE-style compatible, in PDF format only. Any submissions not adhering to the rules will be rejected immediately without review.

  • VLSI-DAT adopts the double-blind review process; please DO NOT reveal your name(s) or affiliation(s) anywhere in the submitted manuscript for the first paper submission.

  • Before submitting your abstract/paper, please review the information on IEEE Intellectual Property Rights at http://www.ieee.org/web/publications/rights/index.html

  • The notices of acceptance will be sent out to authors on December 30, 2021.

  • Any changes on the title and author list or withdraw after acceptance must be approved by Technical Program Co-Chairs.

  • For an accepted paper to be published in the proceedings, one of its co-author(s) MUST register and attend the symposium to present the paper. Note that each accepted paper shall be accompanied by a distinct registration; that is, two registrations are required for presenting two papers even if the presenter is the same.

  • Presentation of accepted papers at the symposium must be in English and limited to 18 minutes, with an additional 2 minutes for Q&A. The final manuscripts of all accepted papers will be published as submitted in the proceedings.

  • No-show papers will not be included in the symposium proceedings and will not be submitted to the IEEE Xplore database.

  • Please refer to the detailed information on the conference website for authors: 
  • Financial supports are available for full-time student presenters living outside of Taiwan.
  • Three best papers will be selected this year through a rigorous evaluation process conducted by the program committee and session chairs.