Call for Papers

The Call for Papers, including the Call for Extended Journal Articles, can be downloaded as PDF here.


Topics of the workshop include but are not limited to:

Analog, mixed-signal, and RF integrated circuits
Digital circuits, filters, DSPs, asynchronous designs
FPGA design and reconfigurable hardware
Design methodology, system-level design, giga scale circuits, network-on-chip
Embedded systems and IoT, energy-efficient machine learning, low-power designs, RF systems, security aspects
Verification and testing, signal integrity, device modeling, timing analysis, reliability simulation, EMC, ESD
Emerging technologies, quantum computing, nano CMOS process, sub-threshold circuits, sensors, organic and biomedical electronics
Case studies and prototyping

Submissions from academia as well as industry are encouraged. Especially, PhD students are invited to present their research work related to topics of Austrochip, but also excellent MSc theses will be considered.

Paper submission and more detailed information for authors is available below at Submission.

Additionally, for accepted papers at the Austrochip conference, the Institute of Electronics at Graz University of Technology together with the Austrochip 2023 Organizing Committee and the editors of the technical-scientific journal e&i elektrotechnik und informationstechnik (edited by the OVE Austrian Electrotechnical Association, published by Springer Vienna) cordially invite you to submit an extended paper for e&i's special issue on "Microelectronics: Austrochip 2023 and beyond". For more information is available here.

Review Process and Proceedings

All submissions will be double-blind reviewed and have to fulfill the requirements of IEEE Xplore. The papers accepted by the program committee will be made available in electronic form at the conference and published in IEEE Xplore. The papers will then be indexed by well-known major indexing services like DBLP, ACM, Google, etc. (for details see a list of IEEE indexing agreements here).

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Submission implies that at least one of the authors registers and presents the paper at the conference.


Papers can be submitted via the ConfTool submission system.

Submission Guidelines

Papers not meeting these guidelines risk rejection without consideration!

Format has to be in A4 format according to the IEEE style.
Anonymous - remove authors, institutions, and the acknowledgment as papers will be double-blind reviewed.
Papers should not exceed 4 pages (including bibliography and appendix).
Papers must be written in English and submitted in PDF file format.
Original, unpublished work - not simultaneously submitted to other workshops, conferences, or journals.

Austrochip 2023 reserves the right to exclude any accepted paper from distribution after the conference if the accepted paper is not presented at the conference.

Extended Article Submission

You can find the detailed call for the e&i special issue 1.2024 on Microelectronics here.

Extended papers should be about 6-8 pages in length and submitted to the Springer Submission System to the special issue "1.2024: Dr. Michalowska Forsyth". The e&i Journal submission guidelines can be found here.