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December 2, 2021

The upload portal for Late Breaking News (LBN) papers is now open.  Late Breaking News papers will be limited to 2 pages and must use the LBN template.  LBN papers must be camera ready and those papers that are accepted will be published as submitted.  The deadline for submitting LBN papers is January 12, 2022 with a Notice of Acceptance date of February 9, 2022.  Authors are advised to closely monitor their email on the Notice of Acceptance date since the deadline for registration will be only 3 days later on February 12, 2022.   Late Breaking News provides a venue for authors to present their most recent results at ISCAS 2022.    

November 1, 2021    

The deadline for submission of regular papers has been extended by an additional week to 11:59 p.m. PST on Monday  November 8.  This will be the final extension for submission of regular papers.   The deadline for submission of papers that have been invited by session organizers to include in special sessions and focused sessions remains at 11:59 p.m. on November 22.   

General Information About ISCAS 2022

ISCAS 2022 will be held in Austin Texas from May 28 through June 1.  Austin is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States.   Much of this growth is attributable to the rapidly growing tech sector in the Austin metropolitan area.  The large and dynamic tech sector will provide an opportunity to include a strong industrial presence in the conference.

Following the lead of the ISCAS 2021 organizers that used a hybrid format whereby some participants attended in person and others participated virtually, a hybrid format will be established for ISCAS 2022.   As we hopefully enter the post-pandemic era, our intentions are to expand the on-site in-person activities but for those that either can-not or prefer to not attend in person, for whatever reason, we also plan on providing the opportunity for anyone to participate virtually.  In keeping with the tradition of maintaining a high-quality technical program, the paper submission procedure and the review guidelines will be identical irrespective of whether the presentation is made in-person in a lecture session, in-person in a poster session, or virtually.

New to ISCAS 2022 will be an early-bird paper submission option and correspondingly a somewhat earlier review decision date on submitted papers.   This should provide additional lead time for those that need to obtain a visa.   We are tentatively planning on waiving tutorial registration fees for authors of accepted early-bird submissions as well.  Additional details will be provided later.

We look forward to your participation in ISCAS 2022 in person, in Austin Texas, or virtually if that better suits your needs.

On behalf of the ISCAS Organizing Committee:    Randall Geiger and Steve Kang,      General Co-Chairs

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