IEEE Asian Solid-State Circuits Conference 2014

Important Dates

Aug. 18, 2014
Acceptance notification

Sept. 15, 2014
Deadline for final paper submission
& Author registration deadline

Oct. 31, 2014
Slides due to session chairs

Nov. 9, 2014
Speaker rehearsal

Nov. 10-12, 2014

Local Time (GMT+8)

Taipei, Taiwan

Conference Overview

Conference Theme: Integrated Circuits Enabling Big Data with Ubiquitous Computing

Mobile devices and social networks create exabytes of raw data. Using these data to enhance human cognition, solve problems, and make informed decisions relies on connecting computational resources from distributed embedded systems, mobile devices, and the cloud. Submitting papers on novel circuits for big data and ubiquitous computing is highly encouraged.

The IEEE A-SSCC 2014 (Asian Solid-State Circuits Conference) is an international forum for presenting the most updated and advanced chips and circuit designs in solid-state and semiconductor fields. The conference is supported by the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society and will be held in Asia.

Conference Program

The conference technical program includes 4 keynote presentations, 1 panel discussion, 2 industry sessions, and 4 tutorials. The 86 regular papers are grouped in 16 sessions covering analog circuits, data converters, digital circuits and systems, emerging technology and applications, memory, radio-frequency circuits, system-on-chip and signal processing, wireline and mixed signal circuits. The Student Design Contest will feature demos from the best student papers.

Plenary Talks

Dr. Hiroyuki Ohshima
CSO/Deputy CTO, Japan Display

Mobile Display Technologies - Past, Present and Future-

Date: Nov. 11 (Tue), 2014
Dr. Jack Sun
VP/CTO, TSMC, Taiwan

Semiconductor Innovation into the Next Decade

Date: Nov. 12 (Wed), 2014

Dr. Alex Jinsung Choi
EVP/Head of ICT R&D, SKT, Korea

Internet of Things: Evolution towards a Hyper-Connected Society

Date: Nov. 11 (Tue), 2014
Dr. Vivek De
Fellow/Director, Intel, USA

“Energy Efficient Computing in Nanoscale CMOS: Challenges and Opportunities”

Date: Nov. 12 (Wed), 2014

Panel Discussion

"What is a good way to expand a silicon value to a solution value?"



  • Peter Kinget (Columbia University): Low-Voltage Analog and RF Circuits in Scaled Technologies
  • Wing-Hung Ki (HKUST): Design of On-Chip Switched-Capacitor Power Converters
  • Wim Dehaene (MICAS, KU Leuven & IMEC): Energy Efficient Digital Design – A Circuit’s Perspective
  • Ingrid Verbauwhede (COSIC, KU Leuven & UCLA): Digital Circuits and Design Techniques for Security and Cryptography


Conference Registration Fees

Category Early Bird Regular Registration On-Site Registration
Must register by
Sept. 15, 2014
On & Before
Oct. 7, 2014
On & After Oct. 8, 2014
Regular – IEEE Member NT$16500 (US$550) NT$19500 (US$650) NT$21000 (US$700)
Regular IEEE SSCS Member NT$15000 (US$500) NT$18000 (US$600) NT$19500 (US$650)
Regular – Non Member NT$21000 (US$700) NT$24000 (US$800) NT$25500 (US$850)
Student – IEEE Member NT$7500 (US$250) NT$9000 (US$300) NT$9000 (US$300)
Student – IEEE SSCS Member NT$6750 (US$225) NT$8250 (US$275) NT$8250 (US$275)
Student – Non Member NT$9000 (US$300) NT$10500 (US$350) NT$10500 (US$350)
Extra Banquet Ticket NT$1500 (US$50)
(Each additional ticket)
NT$1500 (US$50)
(Each additional ticket)
NT$1500 (US$50)
(Each additional ticket)
Extra Proceedings
– IEEE Member
–– NT$750 (US$25)
(Each additional book)
Extra Proceedings
– Non Member
–– –– NT$900 (US$30)
(Each additional book)

Tutorial Registration Fees (Free for all student attendees)

Category 1 Session 2 Sessions Full Day (4 Sessions)
Regular NT$3000 (US$100) NT$6000 (US$200) NT$9000 (US$300)
Student Free Free Free
* Registants can register for Tutorial Only without conference registration.