|TSA Call for Papers (Closed)
We appreciate your interest in submitting a paper to VLSI TSA 2024. 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. Paper Submission Deadline: December 6, 2023 December 20, 2023.
2. Notification of Acceptance: January 31, 2024
3. Deadline for Final Paper (IEEE compatible version) Submission: February 28, 2024
4. Deadline for Author Registration: February 28, 2024

• Original and unpublished papers on all aspects of advanced VLSI technology and applications are solicited.

• Front-end CMOS and foundry technology
• Standalone memory: DRAM, FLASH, emerging memory technology
• Ultra-low power CMOS and embedded memory
• Advanced process modules: e.g. gate stack, junction, strain/channel engineering, low-R
  contact, low-C spacer/ILD, interconnect technology,ALE and selective deposition, etc.
• Nano-patterning: multiple patterning, directed self-assembly, EUV, etc.
• Advanced CMOS process and devices: Ge, SiGe, III-V, FinFET, GAAFET,
  low-dimensional materialsand devices, 2D and nanowire devices
• BEOL compatible devices for 3D integration
• Material, process and device modeling
• Reliability physics, characterization and measurements
• Advanced packaging and 2.5D/3D integration
• TFT and organic electronics
• MEMS, imagers and sensors
• Power and analog IC devices and technology
• Photonics and beyond CMOS technology
• RF & THz process, device and integration technology
• Energy harvesting technology
• Wearable and loE enabling technologies
• Quantum phenomena and information technologies
• Neuromorphic devices and materials for brain-inspired computing
• Device/circuit technologies for AI deep learning applications
• Advanced manufacturing technology, metrology and yield
• Emerging Materials and Devices

• Camera-ready manuscript (2 pages including figures and tables) should be submitted
   electronically in PDF format through the symposium website at:
• Accepted papers MUST be presented by one of the authors in person at the symposium
   to guarantee publication in the symposium proceedings. Presentations will be in English
   and will be limited to 15 minutes, with an additional 5 minutes for discussion.
• Any changes on the title or author list or withdrawal after acceptance must be approved
   by Mentors or TSA Program Chairs.
• All papers presented at the symposium will be published in the proceedings as
  submitted without revisions. Authors of accepted papers must transfer copyright to IEEE
  by utilizing the electronic IEEE Copyright Form (eCF)for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore
• All paper presenters are required to register for the symposium.
• No-show papers will not be included in the symposium proceedings, nor will they be
  submitted to the IEEE Xplore database.
• Student Travel Financial support for attending 2024 VLSI TSA is available for full-time
   student presenters living outside of Taiwan.
• The selection will be based on the paper quality evaluated by technical committee
   members, as well as the presentation of the paper at the symposium. The paper should
   be presented by the key author who is a full-time student at the time of paper
   presentation. The Best Student Paper Award will be presented to the winning student
   at the next year’s symposium.
• A very limited number of high quality Late News Papers will be accepted.
  Note that Late News Papers are not eligible for the best student paper award.
  Authors are asked to submit late news abstracts announcing only very recent
  2-page PDF files should be in the same format as a regular paper and should be
  emailed to the symposium secretariat, vlsitsa@itri.org.tw.
  For further information, please visit Late News Paper Submission.
  For any inquiries concerning abstracts submissions, please contact the symposium
  secretariat at tsa@itri.org.tw.