CICC

Paper Submission

The Paper Submissions deadline was September 12, 2016.
Paper Submission is now closed.

ISSCC 2018 Paper Submission Site Now Open!

Electronic Submission of Abstract, Draft Manuscript, and Pre-Publication Material

Authors should submit 3 items for review: 1) Questionnaire; 2) An informative and quantified Title and Abstract; 3) A Draft Manuscript.

The submission Website will be available starting July 1, 2016. You may consult the Website for instructions at any time after this date. To submit a paper go to the ISSCC Website, complete the questionnaire and upload the requested information including the Title, Abstract, Draft Manuscript, etc. Authors are encouraged to register early on the Website and complete the questionnaire, well before uploading the manuscript. This information can be updated anytime up to the September 12, 2016 deadline. During the submission process you will be asked for a suggested subject area, however this subject area may be changed by ISSCC to streamline the review process.

Additional Submission Details

1. The Title and Abstract must be submitted to the ISSCC Website. The Abstract must not exceed 500 characters (including spaces). The Abstract must be factual and provide as complete and quantitative a description as possible, including specific and concrete performance data. Claims such as “new”, “advanced”, “novel”, “high-performance”, and “high-speed” are NOT acceptable! Please refer to the sample abstract on the ISSCC Website. Note that ISSCC reserves the right to modify the paper title when technically appropriate.

2. Submissions in PDF format. Two PDFs are required, as defined by templates: The first, for the draft manuscript text, is limited to 4 pages in single-column double-spaced format, using 12 pt Arial Narrow font with fewer than 7500 characters (including spaces and 3 to 6 references in ISSCC format). Note, that this does not include the title, author list, nor affiliation list. The second, for figures, must not exceed 10 pages with one figure including caption per page. The first 7 figures, including a die photo must be referred to in the text. In addition, up to 3 optional supplementary figures can be included for review purposes. We strongly encourage you to include a comparison table as one of the figures. The manuscript text must contain all essential information, including relevant references. Papers exceeding the length limit will be immediately rejected, as requiring length editing. Complex multipart figures are not allowed (for example, Figures 2a and 2b will be counted as two figures!). Tables count, and are labeled, as figures. If a die-photo and/or comparison table is available, they can be included as part of the 7-figure limit. Supplementary figures will not be part of the final manuscript, and should not be referred to in the text of the paper, but serve ONLY as additional material for the reviewers. These 3 figures should be described with no more than 4 sentences in the captions with figures labeled as “Fig. S1, S2, S3”. For further details, see the ISSCC Website.

Policy Regarding Paper-Submission Deadline

Due to the timing constraints associated with the paper review process, papers must be received by the deadline shown below to be considered by the Program Committee.

Firm Deadline for Electronic Submission of Papers

Monday, September 12, 2016 • 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time (19:00 GMT)

The Conference Pre-Publication Policy: As the premier global forum for the debut of technical innovations in integrated circuits and systems, ISSCC cannot accept papers whose key innovative ideas and results have already been disclosed to the public. To assess the novelty of a paper, the program committee evaluates its content against all background or baseline information that was pre-published by the authors. Disclosures considered as pre-publication include: (1) Publicly available data in articles, manuals, data sheets, trade journals, application notes, other conferences, and press releases, which contain substantial technical information such as schematics, principles of operation, architectures, and algorithms. (2) Some previously publicly copyrighted material, such as in an IEEE publication. (3) Material submitted for which publication decision is still pending. (4) Material accepted for publication elsewhere. (5) Material available on a public website at any time up to the first day of the next ISSCC. Disclosures not considered pre-publication include: (1) Some situations in which a product has entered production, has been sampled, and/or has appeared in a publication under restricted conditions, with no technical description, as noted below. (2) Preliminary data sheet(s)/product announcement(s) and die photos without technical details. (3) Presentation at a limited-attendance workshop with no proceedings, nor press coverage, and no public online access (such as, a presentation to research sponsors). (4) Information provided under NDA to customers, partners, or other parties. (5) Final signed versions of Master’s and PhD theses available in open access repositories (libraries), either printed or online. (But, a thesis published for profit is considered prepublication.) (6) Published patents and patent applications. Authors must disclose all material that may fall into the pre-publication category as part of the submission process.

For further details on Pre-Publication Policy, Double-Blind Review or assistance in assigning a subject area, contact the Program Chair: Boris Murmann, Tel: +1-650-725-7042, Email: murmann@stanford.edu