SForum Program

Please click here for the PDF version of the Call for Paper.

Important Dates:
Paper Submission Deadline:
June 16, 2019
Notification of Acceptance:
July 3, 2019
Camera Ready Deadline:
July 14, 2019

The Microelectronics Students Forum is an event promoted by the Brazilian
Microelectronics Society (SBMicro) and the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC)
with the following main goals:

• Promote the participation of undergraduate students in the two most important
international events in the area of Microelectronics organized each year in
Brazil: “SBCCI: Symposium on Integrated Circuits and Systems Design” and
“SBMicro: Symposium on Microelectronics Technology and Devices”;

• Promote the realization of student’s projects in a variety of topics within the
field of microelectronics;

• Provide an opportunity for the presentation and discussion of research
projects developed by undergraduate students;

• Promote advanced tutorial presentations on microelectronics understandable
for undergraduate and graduate students starting or willing to start in this
promising field.

Paper preparation and submission

Submission link

Students are invited to submit papers having 2 to 4 pages, written in English, in
double-column format (IEEE format, click here).

The best papers will be invited for oral presentation in English. Only oral presentation can be considered as candidates for best papers. The research work should be done in undergraduate context. SForum will also receive research papers from graduate students who finish their undergraduate studies after 30/06/2018.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

· Nanoelectronics
· Semiconductor/MEMS processing
· Sensors and actuators
· Modeling and simulation
· Reliability and yield
· Device characterization
· Circuit-device interaction
· Power devices
· Packaging
· Novel materials and devices
· Analog & RF & Mixed Signal
· Digital Design
· EDA Tools
· Verification and Test
· Reconfigurable Architectures
· SoC, NoC
· Embedded Systems
· Low Power
· Design Fault Tolerance


General Chair
João Martino, USP, Brazil

Program Chairs
Salvador Gimenez, FEI, Brazil
Cristina Meinhardt, UFSC, Brazil

Tutorials Chair
Sergio Bampi, UFRGS, Brazil

Panels Chairs
Nilton Morimoto, USP, Brazil
Davies Monteiro, UFMG, Brazil

Local Arrangements Chairs
Ana Neilde Silva, USP, Brazil
Ricardo Rangel, USP, Brazil
Emerson Moretto, USP, Brazil
Fabio Durand, USP, Brazil

Elena Saggio, LSITEC, Brazil


Finance Chairs
Victor Sonnenberg, FATEC, Brazil
Celina Yunaka, USP, Brazil

Publicity Chair
Linnyer Ruiz, UEM, Brazil

Exhibition Chair
Walter Santana, LSITEC, Brazil