|DAT Call for Papers (Closed)
We appreciate your interest in submitting a paper to the Symposium. Herewith forms and the necessary information are provided for your preparation of the paper submission.

• IMPORTANT DATES: all are based on Taiwan time (GMT+8).
1. Deadline for Title/Abstract Submission: Oct. 31, 2022
2. Deadline for Camera-Ready Paper Submission: Nov. 14, 2022
3. Notification of Acceptance: Dec. 30, 2022
4. Deadline for Final Paper (IEEE compatible version) Submission: Jan. 31, 2023
5. Deadline for Author Registration: Feb. 28, 2023

• Original and unpublished papers on all aspects are solicited, including but not limited to the following scope.
Analog, Mixed-Signal, and RF Design
• RF, Analog and Mixed-Signal Circuits
• Energy-Harvesting and Power Management Circuits
• Biomedical Circuits
• Sensor and Interface Circuits
• Wired and IO Design
Digital, Memory, and AI Chip Design
• Communication Baseband Designs
• Computing-in-Memory
• Digital Circuits and ASICs
• Hardware Security and Trust
• Low Voltage & Ultra Low-Power Circuits and Systems
• Memory Circuits and Systems
• Memristive and Neuromorphic Circuits
• Security Circuits for IoT and AI
• Specialized Hardware
Application, System, Software and Hardware Architecture
• AI for Systems and Systems for AI
• CPU, DSP, and Multicore Architectures
• Domain-Specific Architectures and Accelerators
• Embedded System and Software
• Hardware-efficient AI Methods
• Multimedia Processing Designs
• SoC (System on Chip) and NoC (Network on Chip) Architectures
• Software/Hardware Co-Design and System Compiler
• SiP (System-in-Package) and Heterogeneous Integration Designs
Design Automation and Test Methodology
• AI for Design Automation & Test
• Behavioral, Logic, and Physical Synthesis
• Design Automation & Test for Analog/Mixed-Signal/RF, 2D/3D IC, Memory, Biochip, AI Chips, and Emerging Systems
• Design for Manufacturability, Testability, and BIST
• Design Verification, Modeling, and Simulation
• Power/Thermal/Timing Optimization and On-Chip Monitoring
• Silicon Debug, Diagnosis, ECO, and Yield/Reliability Enhancement
• Test Generation, Compression, and Test Standards
Emerging Technology
• Circuit & IP Design Based on New Transistor Technology, e.g., Fork-Fin FET, Sheet FET, GAA FET, and C-FET
• Cryogenic Circuits and Systems
• Flexible and Printable Electronics
• Medical/Bio-electronics/Bio-inspired Chip Designs
• Quantum Computing
• Silicon Photonics
Prospective authors are asked to submit their work in two stages.
    → 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. 31, 2022. 
          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 Nov. 14, 2022.
The submitted manuscript must be 2 or 4 pages including reference, double-columned,
   IEEE-style compatible, in PDF format only. Any submissions not adhering to the rules will be
   rejected immediately without review.
The review process will be double-blind.
   -  Please do NOT reveal any authors' information (names, affiliations, email,
      grant information, personal acknowledgment, etc.) anywhere in the initial manuscript.
      You must also ensure that the metadata in the PDF does not include such information.
   - All references, including authors' previous work, should be referred as 3rd-persons'
     works. E.g., you should use "This paper presents a new method to improve
     XXX's approach [1]." instead of "This paper presents a new method to improve our
     previous approach [1]." Do NOT omit or anonymize references for blind review.
   - The initial manuscript violating the double-blind review policy will be rejected.
Before submitting your abstract/paper, please review the information on IEEE Intellectual Property Rights
The notices of acceptance will be sent out to authors on December 30, 2022
Any changes on the title and author list or withdrawal after acceptance must be approved by DAT
   symposium Program 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. 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.