Symposium Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: February 27, 2017
NEW TRACK: 1. EOS/ESD in Manufacturing -
Control Materials, Technologies, and Techniques
Parallel Track: 2. On-Chip ESD Design, including
System Level ESD, Testing, ESD Case Studies
About the New “EOS/ESD in Manufacturing” Track
EOS/ESD Association, Inc. is expanding the Symposium with the “EOS/ESD in Manufacturing” offering with a full track of activities dedicated to EOS/ESD in manufacturing - control materials, technologies and techniques. This manufacturing track focuses on a combination of full technical papers, short papers, poster presentations, invited papers, discussion groups and workshops, hands-on demonstration sessions, and practical demonstrations of equipment by current exhibitors.
The Call for Papers describes the new offerings and submission requirements. Each abstract submission selects the track, format, and suggested area using the abstract toolkit available on the EOS/ESD Association, Inc. website www.esda.org.
The Technical Program Committee solicits symposium contributions, including data and analysis that advance the state-of-the-art knowledge, enhance or review the general knowledge, or discuss new topics related to EOS/ESD.
The submission deadline is Monday, February 27, 2017. Abstracts not meeting guidelines may not be accepted. The final submission deadline for the finished papers is Friday, June 2, 2017. ESDA reserves the right to withdraw any paper not meeting the guidelines, including deadlines. Your paper MUST be submitted by the deadline. Final full technical papers will be limited to a maximum of 10 pages - guidelines will be provided after acceptance of the paper.
The Technical Program Committee accepts unpublished papers for peer review with the understanding that the author will not publish the work elsewhere prior to presentation at the Symposium. Presentation of your work at the earlier International ESD Workshop (IEW) or the Symposium for Manufacturing Issues will not preclude your Annual Symposium abstract submission. The submission must follow guidelines and be expanded significantly in the abstract submission for the EOS/ESD Symposium. Publication of accepted papers in any form prior to presentation at the Symposium may result in the paper being withdrawn from the Symposium Proceedings. Authors must obtain appropriate company and government clearances prior to submitting their abstracts.