Jazz Semiconductor has issued a call for papers for their Analog-Intensive Mixed-Signal Circuits, Applications, and Technology (AIMS-CAT) Conference. The event will take place on October 22 at the Jazz Headquarters in Newport Beach, CA. The AIMS-CAT conference will bring together a wide range of technical professionals in leading edge companies from around the world focused on the latest technical advances in Silicon Germanium (SiGe), RF CMOS, and BCD (Bipolar CMOS DOS).
Jazz Semiconductor is seeking proposals for papers focused on Analog-Intensive Mixed-Signal (AIMS). Topics include advances in design methodology, system architecture, breakthrough IC demonstrations, test/package innovations, modeling and design enablement, and process technology. Application areas include but are not limited to: Analog and RF Integration, Power Amplifiers and Front-End Modules, High Speed Analog and Millimeter-Wave, Optical Networking, Radar, Power Analog, and MEMS.
- Limited to 1,000 words and six figures
- Include a brief description of the presentation for the program (100 words)
- Include presenter.s profile (50 words) along with contact information: name, title, company, address, office and phone and fax, email and website if applicable)
- Submitted by email in MS word or PDF to: Melinda.Jarrell@jazzsemi.com
- Deadline for proposals: July 14, 2008
- Notification of acceptance: No later than August 1, 2008
- Deadline for final presentations: No later than October 3, 2008
- Presentations will be included on a CD for all attendees
- Presentation format must be in PowerPoint or PDF
- 20 minute presentation and 10 minute Q&A
The theme for the conference is: Analog Technology Convergence Creates New Opportunities for Innovation. The event will include key speakers as well as contributed talks, vendor exhibits, and a cocktail reception hosted by Jazz. All participants will have an opportunity to meet with top executives and technical professionals as well as key technical and management professionals in the semiconductor industry.
More info: AIMS-CAT Conference Call for Papers (pdf)