SBMicro is an international forum dedicated to semiconductor devices and processes, mainly targeting microelectronics devices and process integration, held annually in Brazil. In its 34th edition, the symposium will take place in São Paulo, Brazil, from August 26 to 30, 2019.
The goal of the symposium, which has a technical sponsorship from IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS), is to bring together researchers and industrial/commercial partners in the fields of materials, processing, equipment, MEMS, micro-transducers, photovoltaic cell & module technology, and modeling &TCAD of integrated devices and circuits.
SBMicro strongly encourages international submissions. Prospective authors from around the world are invited to submit manuscripts for consideration by the Program Committee. The peer-reviewed and accepted scientific papers will be published by IEEE and the best papers will be invited to resubmit an extended version to be considered for publication at JICS – Journal of Integrated Circuits and Systems.
SBMicro2019 will receive camera-ready submissions in English for
consideration by the Program Committee with a maximum of 4 pages,
two-column following the IEEE conference format.
A template to prepare your paper is available Here.
The proceedings will be submitted for publication by IEEE and will remain available at IEEEXplore Ⓡ.
For authors with accepted articles:
1) After reviewing the paper by following the reviewer(s) suggestions,
authors should upload the corrected camera-ready paper once again
via our online submission system (SOFT CONF)
2) After camera-ready submission deadline, authors will receive an e-
mail with instructions to fill out and upload IEEE’s copyright form, as
well as meet the latest IEEE XploreⓇ requirements for PDF files.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Display technology;
- Semiconductor and MEMS processing;
- Sensors and actuators;
- Optoelectronics and photovoltaic;
- Plasma technology and diagnostics;
- Modeling and simulation;
- Reliability and yield;
- Device characterization;
- Circuit-device interaction;
- Energy harvesting;
- Biomedical devices;
- Power devices;
- Novel materials and devices;
- Technology roadmaps;
- Engineering education;
- Integrated Photonics;
João Martino, USP, Brazil
Paula Agopian, UNESP, Brazil
Cor Claeys, KU Leuven, Belgium
José Diniz, UNICAMP, Brazil
Nilton Morimoto, USP, Brazil
Davies Monteiro, UFMG, Brazil
Local Arrangements Chair
Ana Neilde Silva, USP, Brazil
Ricardo Rangel, USP, Brazil
Emerson Moretto, USP, Brazil
Fabio Durand, USP, Brazil
Elena Saggio, LSITEC, Brazil
Victor Sonnenberg, FATEC, Brazil
Celina Yunaka, USP, Brazil
Linnyer Ruiz, UEM, Brazil
Giuseppe Cirino, UFSCar, Brazil
Walter Santana, LSITEC, Brazil