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February 12, 2017: extended paper submission deadline!
February 26, 2017: notification of acceptance to Authors.
March 15, 2017: preliminary program posted online.
March 31, 2017: deadline for early-bird registration.
CALL FOR PAPERS
A PDF version of this SPI2017 call for papers can be downloaded here.
The Technical Program Committee (TPC) is seeking original and unpublished contributions on all aspects of Signal and Power Integrity. Detailed instructions for manuscript submission are available here. All contributions will be subjected to a rigorous review process, conducted by the TPC. Accepted papers will be included in the conference program as oral or poster presentations, depending on the results of the review process. All accepted papers will be published on IEEE Xplore.
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BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD
In order to recognize excellence in research, a Best Student Paper Award will be assigned by the TPC based on the following criteria:
Each accepted paper authored by a student is eligible for the SPI Best Student Paper Award, provided that the student is the first and primary author, and the presenter at the conference. Please follow the proper submission instructions to be considered for the Award.
Along with the traditional technical sessions, and following the success of the 2016 edition, SPI2017 will host an Industry Forum. This special session will be reserved to both invited and contributed talks from the industry. The objective is to present and discuss problems rather than solutions, for those aspects of Signal and Power Integrity (and related topics) that have no good solution yet, neither theoretical, nor in form of EDA tools. The explicit goal is to foster the discussion between industry, academia, and tool vendors, so that the three communities can cooperate in the future and focus on the most relevant problems.
The contributions to the Industry Forum will be handled by an Industry Advisory Board (IAB), in cooperation with the General Chair and the Program Co-Chairs. Only a one-page abstract is required, with a clear statement and definition of the talk contents. Abstract revision will be carried out by the IAB. Talks at the SPI2016 Industry Forum will be informal (with slides). The individual presentations will then be followed by a panel-like discussion and a plenary Q/A session. No corresponding paper will be published on IEEEXplore, but the abstract and the slides will be made available to the conference delegates and to the general public through this web site.
Contributions for the Industry Forum as well as any inquiry about this initiative should be sent by Email to email@example.com.