|The 10th IEEE Workshop on |
Design and Diagnostics of Electronic
Circuits and Systems
April 11-13, 2007
Paper submissions and reviews:
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Prospective authors are cordially invited to submit original papers in English of six pages maximum. Electronic submission (using the web page) in PostScript or PDF format is required. Please identify the contact author with complete mailing address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address. All accepted papers will be included in the Workshop Proceedings, with the IEEE Computer Society copyright, ISBN number, as well as will be indexed in IEEE Xplore and other bibliographical search engines.
Format of the paper should follow the guidelines for IEEE sponsored conference proceedings, (the two-column format). A copy of the guidelines sample file is also available here .
Paper submission categories:
Papers can be submitted in one of the two following categories: regular paper category and student paper category. Regular papers are papers presenting novel and complete research work supported by experimental results, as well as emerging idea papers or case study papers. Authors of regular papers accepted for an oral presentation will be asked to prepare a final manuscript of six pages maximum. Authors of regular papers accepted for a poster presentation will be asked to prepare a final manuscript of four pages maximum. Student papers are papers only authored by students, and also describing novel research ideas or case studies. Student papers will be evaluated with the same review criteria than regular papers, but the acceptance threshold for these papers will be different and adjusted to select only the best papers in this category. Authors of student papers accepted for an oral presentation during one of student sessions at the workshop will be asked to prepare a final manuscript of four pages maximum.
Beside regular paper sessions and student paper sessions, industrial sessions composed of papers coming from industry and submitted as regular papers will be possibly organised at the workshop. Special sessions composed of invited papers on dedicated topics will also be possibly organized.
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