The 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) will be held at the Kos International Convention Centre, Kos Island in Greece, from 21 to 24 May 2015. The theme of the symposium is “Circuits and Systems: at crossroads of life and technology”.

The technical program will include 1,440 papers (selected by the Technical Program Committee from a record number of 2,430 submissions), three keynote speeches, one plenary forum, and nineteen selected tutorials.

The Technical Program

Each morning will begin with a keynote session. The keynote speakers are

  • Yannis Tsividis, on “Mixed Domain Circuits and Systems”

  • Giovanni De Micheli, on “Systems and Networks on Chips: Challenges and Solutions”;

  • Pekka Karp, on “Foundational research of intelligent systems in the European programmes”


Fourteen parallel lecture sessions and ten poster sessions will cover topics in all areas of interest to the Circuits and Systems Society, including

  • Analog Signal Processing

  • Biomedical Circuits and Systems

  • Blind Signal Processing

  • Cellular Neural Networks and Array Computing

  • Circuits and Systems for Communications

  • Computer-Aided Network Design

  • Digital Signal Processing

  • Graph Theory and Computing

  • Life-Science Systems and Applications

  • Multimedia Systems and Applications

  • Nanoelectronics and Gigascale Systems

  • Neural Systems and Applications

  • Nonlinear Circuits and Systems

  • Power Systems and Power Electronic Circuits

  • Sensory Systems

  • Visual Signal Processing and Communications

  • VLSI Systems and Applications


Nuit de la litterature 2015 will be offering 20 special sessions and one demo session

  • Advances in semantic multimedia analysis for personalised content access

  • Analog Synthesis: From System to Transistor Level

  • Behavioral Modeling and Analog and Mixed Signal Simulation

  • Bio-Inspired digital systems-on-chip

  • Bio-Inspired Networks and Biomedical Applications

  • Circuits and Systems in Community Health Care Applications

  • Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems

  • Digital Signal Processing Techniques for Biomedical Circuits and Systems

  • Enhancement Techniques for Time-Interleaved A/D Converters

  • Integrated Neural Interfaces

  • Modern Power Systems: Operating on the Limits of Stability

  • Multi-Scroll Chaos: Generation, Analysis and Applications

  • Neuroprosthetic Devices

  • New Generation Architectures for Security Protocols & Cryptography Applications

  • Recent Advances in JPEG 2004

  • Set-Membership Filtering and Its Applications

  • Towards monolithic integration of switching power regulators

  • Ultra-Low Voltage VLSI: Are We There Yet?

  • UWB Communications

  • Visual Signal Processing and Communications for Enhanced Security and Safety

  • Live Demonstrations of Sensory Circuits and Systems (Demo Session)


Nineteen tutorials, offered by leading experts from industry and academia, are

  • Baseband Analog Filters for Telecommunications

  • Towards Advanced Neural Interfaces

  • Temperature-Aware Design

  • Low-Power EDA: State-of-the-Art and Beyond

  • Design Challenges and Solutions for Nanoscale Memories

  • Advanced Signal Processing Techniques for Compensation of Analog RF Impairments in Software Defined Radios

  • Ultra Wide Band Radio In Distributed Wireless Networks

  • Memory-based Circuits and Architectures for Multimedia and Signal Processing SOCs

  • Variation-Tolerant Design, Analysis and Optimization of Digital Circuits

  • Multirate I/Q Signal Processing for Communications Systems

  • Design for Manufacturing for nm-scale Processes

  • MEMS-Based Oscillators and Filters

  • CNN Wave Computing: Theory, Architectures, Implementations and Applications

  • Next Generation Optical Network Protocols for SONET/SDH and OTN

  • ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) Protection Design for Nanoelectronics in CMOS Technology

  • Theory and Implementation of Broadband Compensation Measures for CMOS Amplifiers and Active Filters

  • Microsystems in Silicon on Insulator (SOI) and Silicon on Sapphire (SOS) CMOS

  • Time-Continuous Delta-Sigma A/D Converters - From Theory to Practical Implementation

  • Extensible and Configurable Processors for System-on-Chip Design


Social and Tourist Program

There will be an exciting social program with three major events to offer our delegates a sample of Greek hospitality. In addition, an array of wonderful tourist options can be found on our website.


Useful Information

We have specially put together a lot of information to help you maximize your stay in this truly stunning island of the Aegean Sea. Just click the General Info icon on the Nuit de la litterature 2015 homepage. And if you have any questions at all, please send an email to

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Kos Island, Greece, this May.



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