You can view or download the PhD forum call for papers here
The Ph.D. Forum of VLSI-SoC 2018 is a poster session aimed at the exchange of ideas and experiences ph Ph.D. students from different parts of the world. Elected Ph.D. students have an opportunity to discuss their thesis and research work with specialist within the system and design automation communities. This offers a good opportunity for students to receive valuable feedback and gain exposure in the job market.
Furthermore, this forum also provides a great chance for industry official to meet junior researchers, giving an avenue for incorporating the latest research developments into their companies.
PhD Forum submission: July 02, 2018
Notification of acceptance: July 23, 2018
Camera ready: August 23, 2018
The author must have completed at least one year of a Ph.D. program.
Posters will be introduced in the Ph.D. Forum Session (two-minute time slot, one slide) and next presented in a full one-hour Poster Session.
Two (2) page abstract will be provided to the conference attendees in soft proceedings (will NOT be included in the main conference proceedings).
BEST PhD FORUM POSTER AWARD
The PhD forum selection committee will review all presented posters and recommend one poster for the Best PhD Forum Poster Award. We will have awards for second and third places as well.
VLSI-SoC 2018 finances a limited number of travel grants for Ph.D. students, throught the Technical Commitee TC-10 (Computer Systems Technology) and WG 10.5 of the International Federation for Information Processing - IFIP.
In principle, grants are restricted to support students who cannot be fully supported by their institutions.
This rule gives preferences to students being enrolled in Africa, Latin America, South America, Eastern Europe, and Asia (except Israel, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, and China).
Submit a two-page abstract of the dissertation in PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 2, 2018
Students submitting their work to the PhD forum are encouraged to attend the PhD School that will be held on Friday 5th, Saturday 6th, and Sunday 7th October, co-located with VLSI-SOC.