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LASCAS .2023

LASCAS is the international symposium and flagship event of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society in Latin America.

February 28 - March 03, 2023

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About

LASCAS is the international symposium and flagship event of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society in Latin America. The conference provides a high-quality exchange and networking forum for researchers, professionals, and students, gathering an international audience with experts from all over the world. This event is a space where the CAS community can present new concepts and innovative approaches, learn about new trends and solutions, and receive feedback from specialists in diverse fields.

The LASCAS2023 is in-person event and to proceed to the publication of your paper the authors must attend the conference otherwise it will be considered as a "not-show paper" and will be removed from the conference.

LASCAS started 14th year ago and is taking place for the first time in Ecuador developing actively activities in micro and nanoelectronics. The LASCAS proceeding gather the high-level work all around the world. Among them, the best paper are published in the prestigious journal as IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I (TCAS-I, since 2017) and IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II (TCAS-II, since 2021).

Organization
Organization

General Chairs

Program Chairs

Special Sessions Chairs

Local Organization Chairs

Tutorial Chairs

WICAS Chairs

Publication Chairs

Publicity Chairs

Financial Chairs

Lionel Trojman, ISEP, France

Luis-Miguel Procel, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

Alexander Fish, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Alexandra Zimpeck, Universidade Católica de Pelotas, Brazil

Andreas Burg, EPFL, Switzerland

Ramiro Taco, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

Daniela Mosquera, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

Paul Procel, TU Delft, Netherlands

Matías Miguez, Universidad Católica del Uruguay, Uruguay

Silvana Guitarra, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

Mónica Huerta, Universidad Politécnica Salesiana, Ecuador

Marco Guevara, Yachay Tech, Ecuador

Ricardo Reis, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Alberto Sanchez, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

Victor Uguña, IEEE Ecuador Chapter, Ecuador

Victoria Yánez, Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE, Ecuador

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for authors

Important: Organizers are continuously monitoring the evolution of the pandemic to make timely decisions.
 

Paper submission
Topics

The symposium will cover technical novelties and tutorial overviews on circuits and sytems topics including but not limited to:

Analog and Mixed Signal Circuits and Systems

Sergio Bampi, UFRGS, Brazil &

Hervé Barthélemy, Universitéy of Toulon 

 

Digital Circuits and Systems

Adam Teman, BUI, Israel &

Frederic Amiel, ISEP, France

 

Communication Circuits and Systems

Sandro Ferreira, UNISINOS, Brazil &

Pietro Ferreira, Central Supelec, France

 

Design Automation

José Luis Guntzel, UFSC, Brazil &

Ronald Valenzuela, Synopsys, Chile

 

Test, Fault Tolerance, and Reliability

Felipe Rosa, ARM, United Kingdom &

Tiago Balen, UFRGS, Brazil

 

Power and Energy Circuits and System

Jorge Hernandez, ESPOCH, Ecuador

Dimitri Galayko, Sorbonne University, France

 

Sensor Circuits and Systems

Viktor Gruev, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne USA & Roman Genov, University of Toronto, USA

 

Signal Image and Video Processing

Luciano Agostono, UFPEL, Brazil &

Gonzalo Carvajal, University Frederico Santa Maria, Chile

 

Applied Circuits and Systems (Biomedical, Space, Automotive, IoT)

Danilo Demarchi, Polytechnics of Torino, Italy &

Adam Quotb, INP-Toulouse, France

 

Nano-electronic Circuits and Systems

Joseph Friedman, UTDallas, USA &

Esteban Garzon UNICAL, Italy

Dear Authors, due to the large number of requests we wisely decided to extend the dealine of the next dates:  

Special Session Proposals - September, 23 2022

Notification of Acceptance - September, 26 2022

Special Session Papers - October, 10 2022

For the special session proposal, please follow the guideline here.


Paper Submission -  New Deadline: September 25th, 2022

Tutorial Submission - New deadline September 25th, 2022

For the special session proposal, please follow the guideline here.

Notification of acceptance - November 28th, 2022

Camera Ready - December 8th, 2022

All papers must be uploaded using EasyChair. Please log in to EasyChair first and then click EasyChair LASCAS2023. Papers should be presented following the IEEE Proceedings format. Papers must not exceed four pages in length. Ignore the header, and please do not number your pages. Bios and photos are not included in Conference Proceedings, thus please do not include them either. Accepted paper will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore (except for Iberchip submissions). Best papers will be invited to the special issue/section of the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I (TCAS-I) and IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II (TCAS-II).

 
 
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Committees
organization

LASCAS 2023 gathers the following group of experts in the organization committee:

general chairs
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Luis-Miguel Procel
Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

Lionel Trojman
ISEP, France

program chairs
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Alexandra Zimpeck
Universidade Católica de Pelotas, Brazil

Alexander Fish
Bar-Ilan University, Israel

special sessions chairs
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Ramiro Taco

Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

Andreas Burg
EPFL, Switzerland

program overview

More informations coming soon. 

Keynotes
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Ultra-Low Power and Low-Voltage Digital & Simple Analog Sensor Interfaces

with Sergio Bampi

Federal Univ. of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)

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Enabling energy efficient learning through co-design of algorithms and hardware

with Kaushik Roy

Purdue University

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Classical Cryo-CMOS Systems for Quantum Computing:

from a Wild Idea to Working Silicon

with Edoardo Charbon

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

Tutorials
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Photovoltatronics: intelligent PV-based devices for energy and information applications

with Patrizio Manganiello

Delft University of Technology

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Improving Integrity of Analog Layout Synthesis through Learning and Migration

with Mark Po-Hung Lin

 
Registration
Registration site

LASCAS 2023 Registration Fees 

Prices in USD$

IEEE CASS Member

$450


Registration
$ 500

 

IEEE Member

$500


Registration 
$600
 

IEEE Life Member

$250


Registration
$ 450
 

Non member

$600


Registration
$ 700
 

IEEE CASS Life Member

$200

IEEE CASS Student

$200

IEEE Student

$250

Student

$300
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About Quito

Quito, also known as San Francisco de Quito, is the capital of Ecuador. It is situated on the lower slopes of the Pichincha volcano in a narrow Andean valley at an elevation of 9,350 feet (2,850 meters), just south of the Equator. The oldest of all South American capitals, Quito is notable for its well-preserved old town, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1978. 
 

Quito preserves much of its colonial atmosphere, with the towers of many churches outlined against the circle of volcanoes that surrounds the Quito basin and with peaceful squares, fountains, balconied houses, steep narrow streets, iron-grilled doorways, and secluded gardens. Quito is the entrance of other wonderful touristic places in Ecuador such us Galapagos Islands, Amazonian jungle, cloud forest of Mindo, craft market of Otavalo, among others.” 

 

More information: 

https://visitquito.ec/ 

Venue

Swissotel Quito 

Swissôtel Quito is a luxury hotel conveniently located in the commercial and residential area of the city. Inspiring views of Cotopaxi and Pichincha volcanoes surround the hotel. 

Swissôtel Quito offers 275 oversized guestrooms and suites, all furnished with modern European elegance and Swiss Bedding.

The experience in Swissôtel Quito will be more than pleasant in a warm and charming style.

The hotel is located 60 minutes from New Mariscal Sucre International Airport (Tababela) and 5 minutes away from the financial district. 

 

Guest room features

Every room and department is equipped with a great measure of luxury and exclusivity to make you feel more than pleased.

Reservation

More informations coming soon. 

 
Contact us

Lionel Trojman
lionel.Trojman@isep.fr

Luis-Miguel Procel
lprocel@usfq.edu.ec

Daniela Mosquera
dmosqueraj@usfq.edu.ec

fututre edition

More informations coming soon.