Special Issue "Selected Papers from SubVt 2012 Conference"
A special issue of Journal of Low Power Electronics and Applications (ISSN 2079-9268).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 February 2013)
Prof. Dr. David Bol
ICTEAM Institue, Université catholique de Louvain, Place du Levant 3, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
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Interests: ultra-low-power/ultra-low-voltage IC design; technology/circuit interaction; variability mitigation; compact modeling; design automation; innovative logic styles; advanced CMOS and post-CMOS technologies and green semiconductor manufacturing
Dr. Steven A. Vitale
Advanced Silicon Technology, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, 244 Wood Street, Lexington, MA 02420-9108, USA
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Ultra-low-voltage circuits operating in the near- or sub-threshold region offer invaluable power savings for ultra-low-power applications. However, designers face significant challenges fighting against magnified sensitivity to process and temperature variations, low drain currents, high gate delay and higher proportion of leakage currents. This issue of JLPEA is the second special issue dedicated to selected papers from the Subthreshold Microelectronics Conference (SubVt 2012) held in Waltham, MA, on 9-10 October 2012. Extended versions of outstanding papers presented at SubVt 2012 are solicited for submission to this special issue but other works related to ultra-low-power microelectronics will also be considered.
Prof. David Bol
Dr. Steven A. Vitale
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Research and review papers on subthreshold microelectronics are solicited in areas including, but not limited to:
- ultra-low voltage logic circuits and techniques
- memory design and technologies
- unattended remote sensors
- memory technologies
- radiation effects
- implantable and handheld biomedical devices
- transistor variability and mitigation
- energy harvesting techniques
- ultra-low-power computation
- asynchronous circuits
- analog and RF technologies and circuits
- device and fabrication technology