64th IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems

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2021 IEEE 64th International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems

East Lansing, Michigan, USA | Aug. 9-11, 2021

Now Fully Virtual & On-line!

NEW ANNOUNCEMENT: Student Grant Applications from IEEE CAS--links/forms are included.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Uploading pre-recorded authors presentations, June 24, 2021; Going live: Nivida- Workshop,  Saturday, August 7th, 5 Tutorials on Sunday, August 8th, Symposium streaming live on August 9-11, 2021.

ANNOUNCEMENT:  MWSCAS-2021 is pleased to announce that a number of student participation grants are available to help offset the cost for student participation in the conference.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Applications for 2021 CASS Pre-Doctoral Grants and Student Travel Awards Now Open - CASS offers ten pre-doctoral grants to recognize young members enrolled in a Ph.D. program in a field related to the Circuits and Systems Society Field of Interest to facilitate mobility to conduct interdisciplinary research at another research department. 
Follow this link to apply for the Pre-Doctoral Grants  |  Follow this link to apply for a Student Travel Award

Technical Program:

Lecture Program Schedule: Overview

Program Schedule: List view


Registration:

GO TO ONLINE_REGISTRATION

(After registration, please note the 10 digit order number you receive, which is also called the registration code, to use for your final paper submission process.)

Paper Submission:

GO TO FINAL PAPER SUBMISSION SITEhttps://epapers.org/mwscas2021

The IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS) is the oldest, and now the flagship, Circuits and Systems symposium. The 64th meeting of the MWSCAS is hosted by Michigan State University, in East Lansing, Michigan, USA, from Aug 8-11, 2021. The MWSCAS 2021 has pivoted to fully virtual symposium to add a sense of certainty supported and managed by the convenient CONFlux virtual platform . It will include oral and poster sessions, a student paper contest, keynote addresses, regular and special sessions, and tutorials presented by world experts in wide range of circuits and systems topics. The 2021 Symposium theme is artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous circuits and systems, and hopes to bring forward solutions to consequences of the COVID-19, from detection, testing to predictions. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • COVID-19 detection, testing, prediction
  • Autonomous & Intelligent Circuits/Systems
  • Deep Neural Networks and Reinforcement Learning
  • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
  • Neuromorphic Circuits and Systems
  • Analog and Mixed Signal Integrated Circuits
  • Digital Integrated Circuits, SOC, and NOC
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • IoTs and wearables
  • Bioengineering Systems and Bio Chips
  • Bio-inspired Green Technologies
  • Trusted Electronics and Security
  • Communication Circuits and Systems
  • Multi-disciplinary CAS Impact
  • Wireless Sensors and Systems
  • Cloud & System Architectures
  • Embedded Electronics
  • Image Processing and Multimedia Systems
  • Nanoelectronics and Nanotechnology
  • MEMS/NEMS
  • RFICs, Microwave, and Optical Systems
  • Power Management, Energy Harvesting,
  • Wireless Power
  • Hardware/Software Co-design & Verification
  • Power Systems and Power Electronics
  • Novel Linear/Non-linear Circuits and Systems
  • Novel Education in CAS

Aerial photo of the Michigan State Campus in the early fall around the Beaumont Tower.Prospective authors are invited to submit a full paper (4 pages) describing original work through the on-line submission system for the conference through a link on the MWSCAS 2021 conference web- site. Papers should follow the formatting instructions given in the author’s kit on the website. Papers will be accepted for either lecture or poster presentation. Review criteria for both lecture and poster presentation formats are identical; the presentation format will be chosen to facilitate topical session grouping and time constraints. The presented papers will be nominated and chosen for the Myril Reed Best Paper Award. Also, students are encouraged to participate in the Best Student Paper Award contest. Submissions of demos and proposals for tutorials and special sessions are also solicited. Accepted papers will be published in the MWSCAS 2021 Proceedings subject to advance registration of at least one of the authors at the author rate. All papers published in the MWSCAS 2021 Proceedings will be submitted for inclusion into IEEEXplore. Moreover, a special issue will be published in the Springer journal of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal processing based on extended versions of papers presented at the conference. Other cutting-edge special issues will be streamlined for IEEE transactions on circuits and systems (CAS_i and TBioCAS) based on extended versions of symposium papers. 

The Greater Lansing Area in Michigan includes the Michigan Capital (Lansing) and is home to Michigan State University and a host of diverse industries, from automotive, communication, medical small tech companies. Michigan has several international Universities. Michigan, the home to the three lakes, has numerous natural sights for touring including islands and the beautiful “upper” peninsula. We will provide links to virtual touring of these magnificent landmarks.

Call for Papers Download/Print Flyer (.pdf)

Important Dates (submission deadlines) Moving to a fully virtual online platform has enabled us to aggressively extended the deadlines to meet numerous community requests as follows:

April 5, 2021 - Special Sessions Proposals

April 12, 2021 - Regular Paper --> April 19, 2021 (final extension)

May 3, 2021 - Tutorial Session Proposals:

May 24, 2021 - Notice of Paper Acceptance

June 7, 2021 - Camera-Ready Paper Due