Welcome to IEEE EDKCON 2022

2nd International Conference of IEEE Electron Device Society Kolkata

EDKCON 2022

26 November 2022
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General Information

The 2022 IEEE Electron Device Kolkata Conference (2022 IEEE EDKCON) will be held in “Vedic Village, Rajarhat-Kolkata, India” during November 26-27, 2022. Organized by IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, EDKCON 2022 is expected to bring together researchers, educators, students from across academia, government, industry, and non-governmental organizations to discuss, share and promote current works and recent accomplishments across all aspects of Electron Devices and circuits. Original unpublished papers are solicited.

Accepted and presented papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements

For outstation candidates under special conditions, virtual mode of presentation is acceptable.

Final Date for paper Submission (No further extension) is 15th August, 2022

Paper Submission Link: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/IEEEEDKCON2022

Extended versions of papers for potential publication in the following journals:

Extended versions of papers for potential publication as contributed book chapters in edited books:


Important Dates:

Last date for paper submission: 15th July, 2022 31st July, 2022 15th August, 2022  Closed

Date for acceptance: 15th September 2022 30th September 2022 (Due to delay in obtaining review reports from the reviewers)

Registration deadline: 15th October 2022 

Camera-ready paper submission: 15th October 2022

Conference dates: 26th-27th November 2022

Call for Papers


Extended versions of papers for potential publication in the following journals:

Extended versions of papers for potential publication as contributed book chapters in edited books:


Topics of Interests but not limited to


Track 1: Emerging Devices and Technology (EDT)

Track-2: Analog/Digital/ Mixed Mode Circuits and Systems (ADM-CS)

Track 3: Memory devices and Technology (MDT)

Track-4: Device Modeling and Simulations (DMS)

Track 5: Nano-electronic Devices and Technology (NDT)

Track 6: Advance Processing and characterizations (APC)

Track 7: Device and System Reliability (DSR)

Track 8: Optoelectronics, Displays and Imagers (ODI)

Track 9: Sensor and MEMS (SEM)

Track 10: Intelligent Electronic device, circuit, and System (IDCS)

Track Details

Name of the Track Details of the track
Track 1: Emerging Devices and Technology (EDT) Biodegradable and Flexible Electronic Devices; Electron Devices for “More than Moore”, 2D and devices on low-dimensional materials, Neuromorphic and approximate computing devices, Spintronic and magnetic devices, Steep-slope devices, Quantum computing devices, Cryogenic Devices, Topological materials and devices, and phase transitions transistors, Compound Semiconductors and High-Speed Devices, Wearable electronics. Wide bandgap and ultra-wide bandgap semiconductors, Power devices, High Performance III-V, III-Nitride and Si, SiGe devices for mm-wave to THz.Device and circuits for 5G and 6G, Power device technologies for micro and mm-wave
Track-2: Analog/Digital/ Mixed Mode Circuits and Systems (ADM-CS) Analog and Mixed Signal Circuits and Systems, Communications Circuits and Systems, Sensory Circuits and Systems, Nonlinear Systems and Circuit Theory, Visual Signal Processing and Communications Education in Circuits and Systems, Beyond CMOS: Nanoelectronics and Hybrid Systems Integration Digital Integrated Circuits and Systems, Power and Energy Circuits and Systems, Biomedical Circuits and Systems Neural Networks and Neuromorphic Engineering, Digital Signal Processing, Multimedia Systems and Applications, Low power circuits and system, high speed circuits and systems. Control electronics for Quantum Computing
Track 3: Memory devices and Technology (MDT) 3D memory technologies, Conventional memories, Emerging memories for neural networks and AI/ML applications, Computing-in-memory, new memory hierarchy.
Track-4: Device Modeling and Simulations (DMS) Multiscale simulation with hybrid techniques, TCAD and benchmarking, Atomistic simulation, Compact models for device/system technology co-optimizations, Alternative computing device modeling, modeling of emerging devices, Material and interconnect modeling, Advanced packaging and 3D integration modeling, Device modeling for photonics, sensor computing, RF device and circuits, and MEMS.
Track 5: Nano-electronic Devices and Technology (NDT) Novel nanomaterials and devices, Nanobiotechnology, Nanomaterials for energy conversion, Green nanotechnology, Nano Mechanics, Carbon Nanotubes emitters, Biological applications of nanoparticles, Nano Fabrication and Metrology, Nano Heat Transfer and Energy Information Technology, Nano Sensors, Actuators and Systems Nanobionics, Nanofluidics and Bio Chips, Organic Electronics, nanowires and nanosheets.
Track 6: Advance Processing and characterizations Advanced, novel process integration schemes and (applications-driven) scaling approaches, Device/System technology co-optimization, Sequential, monolithic 3D integration, heterogenous chiplets, 2.5/3D integration, Interconnects (TSV, BEOL, Frontside and Backside connectivity), BEOL compatible transistors, CMOS platform technologies & opportunities
Track 7: Device and System Reliability (DSR) Reliability of devices and systems for biomedical, automotive, and aerospace, Reliability of FEOL/MEOL/BEOL, latch‐up and ESD, Design for reliability and variability-aware design, Robustness and security of electronic circuits and systems, Reliability of cryogenic devices for future quantum computing applications, Noise characterization of device and system, Reliability of biomedical devices, circuits and systems, Degradation mechanisms of emerging memories, Reliability of devices, circuits, and systems for more-than-Moore, reliability of power devices
Track 8: Optoelectronic Devices and circuits, Displays and Imagers (ODI) Topological optoelectronics and photonics, Optoelectronic integration, Heterogeneous optoelectronic integration, Single-photon devices, Holographic devices and displays, Luminescent devices-based perovskites and quantum dots, Intelligent Image Sensors, solar cells, Displays, and imagers for augmented or virtual reality, Imagers with an unconventional spectral bandwidth, high sensitivity, or high time-resolution.
Track 9: Sensorand MEMS (SEM) Bio-sensor, ISFET, Ph Sensor, gas sensors, Flexible devices for wearable applications, Intelligent sensors with embedded AI/ML, Sensors and devices for human-machine interface, MEMS for Internet of Things, Bio-electronic interfaces and implantable devices, Energy harvesting and storage devices, Flexible devices for wearable applications
Track 10: Intelligent Electronic device, circuit, and System (IDCS) Devices/ Circuits/systems/ Tools/Platforms for AI, Artificial intelligence computing, Advanced neural network design, Neuromorphic processors, Deep learning algorithms, ML algorithms, Hardware accelerators Hardware design for AI, Emerging applications of AI.

Paper Submission Guidelines and Proceedings

Paper length must be minimum of four pages and maximum of six pages of A4 size paper including figures and references. Its content must be original and unpublished. The manuscript must be prepared to conform to IEEE Conference format, e.g. font type, size, column, etc. Please find the link given below for the IEEE template,

https://www.ieee.org/content/dam/ieee-org/ieee/web/org/conferences/conference-template-letter.docx

  • For outstation candidates under special conditions, virtual mode of presentation is acceptable.
  • Accepted paper/s must be registered and presented at the conference.

If an author has got more than one accepted paper, each paper has also to be registered. Papers (pdf ) are to be submitted via the paper submission link.

Paper review process

After submission, the paper enters into the review process. EDKCON 2022 research papers are reviewed using a single-blind process managed through the Conference portal. A committee of reviewers selected by the Technical Committee will review the documents and rate them according to quality, relevance, correctness, and originality. The review process of research papers for EDKCON 2022 will be a two-round process. Papers are reviewed on the basis that they do not contain plagiarized material and have not been submitted to any other conference at the same time (double submission). In the first round, papers are reviewed independently by a minimum of three members of the conference Technical Program Committee (TPC). No outside reviewing is used for In the first round, papers are reviewed independently by a minimum of three members of the conference Technical Program Committee (TPC). No outside reviewing is used for EDKCON 2022.

  • Accepted and presented papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements.

Important Dates

Last date for paper submission: 15th 31st July 15th August, 2022
Date for acceptance: 15th September 2022 30th September 2022 (Due to delay in obtaining review reports from the reviewers)
Registration deadline: 15th October 2022
Camera-ready paper submission: 15th October 2022
Conference dates: 26th-27th November 2022

Registration Fees

According to EDKCON-2022 conference registration policy, after obtaining the formal acceptance by e-mail, at least one author of each paper must complete registration formalities including payment of full registration fees at the rate mentioned below. Paper will be considered as student paper if all the authors are students only; otherwise full registration fee is applicable.

It is mandatory for one of the authors for each paper to register in advance and present the paper for inclusion in the conference proceedings. According to IEEE’s No-show policy, it is up to the discretion of the Conference Committee to allow “no shows” to be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.

Participants are requested to read all the information displayed below carefully.

REGISTRATION FEE DETAILS:

Category From India (In Rs.) From Outside India (in USD)
Authors IEEE Non-IEEE IEEE Non-IEEE
Student 4000 5000 100 150
Academics/Industry 5000 6500 200 250
Accompanying Person 3000 100

Account Details for online/NEFT transfer

All payments including Registration fee, Sponsorship & Advertisement must be made in advance through  Online (NEFT) to

A/C No. :916020061141894
IFSC Code. :UTIB0000481
Account Name: KGEC IEEE EDS STUDENT CHAPTER
Bank Name: Axis Bank
Address: Kalyani[WB], KALYANI, 741235
Type of A/c: Current


Registration Process:

Step1: Submit the registration fee  via online/NEFT  to our Bank Account mentioned above

Step 2: During payment of  online /NEFT payment of registration fee, please mention Paper ID and Name of Author in the remark section and save screenshot or receipt of the payment for  uploading via online registration form later.

Step 3: After successful transfer of the registration fee, the authors needs to fill up and submit the online registration form for completion of the registration process.


Online Registration form Link:https://r10.ieee.org/kolkata-eds/registration-form/


Rules and regulations:

  • It is mandatory for one of the authors for each paper to register in advance and present the paper for inclusion in the conference proceedings. According to IEEE’s No-show policy, it is up to the discretion of the Conference Committee to allow “no shows” to be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
  • IEEE Members may needs to produce Membership at the conference venue
  • Without formal acceptance of the paper, Deposition of Registration Fee is not allowed.
  • Registration fee excludes accommodation
  • Registration fee is for a single delegate.
  • Registration fee is non refundable.
  • Research scholars will not be considered under the category of student.
  • Registration is required for each accepted paper separately.
  • If an author has more than one accepted paper, he has to register each paper separately. If any co-author(s) wants to participate,, have to register as “Accompanying person”
  • All registered authors name will be displayed in this website.
  • Best papers award will be provided with certificates.
  • Post-conference services as such as processing papers and then forwarding to the journals/Edited Book Series (as per journals requirements) will be handled by the Guest Editors. For Journal/Book series Publication, Guest Editors will communicate to the authors after the conference. Authors should follow the guide lines mentioned by the Guest Editors timely. If they fail to submit papers as revised version within the time limit, conference authority will not be liable for that.
  • After conference, according to the feed back given by Judges/experts, papers will be grouped for journals/ Edited Book Series.
  • Guest editors for the journals/Book Series will give call to authors for submitting the extended versions. If guest editor is satisfied then he will invite authors for uploading their papers in a particular selected journal/ Book Series.

Committees and Organization

A. Steering Committee

      • Prof. Benjamin Iniguez (Univ Rovira, Virgili, Spain)
      • Dr. M. K. Radhakrishnan, Secretary IEEE EDS, IEEE EDS DL
      • Prof. Samit Kumar Ray (Director, SN Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata)
      • Prof. Nabakanta Bhat (IISC Bangalore)
      • Prof. Partha Pratim Chakrabarty (IIT Kharagpur)
      • Prof. Ramgopal Rao (IIT Bombay)
      • Prof. T. K. Bhattacharyya (IIT Kharagpur)
      • Prof. S. Iyer (Univ of California, LA)
      • Prof. Hafizur Rahaman (IIEST Shibpur)

B. Executive Committee

    • Chief Patron:
      • Ravi M. Todi, EDS President
    • General Chair:
      • Prof. Chandan Kumar Sarkar, Ex Chair, IEEE Kolkata Section, Ex Chair, IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, Retd. Professor: Jadavpur University, IEEE EDS DL
      • Dr. Samar K. Saha, Ex. IEEE EDS President, IEEE EDS DL, Prospicient Devices, USA
    • General Co-Chair:
      • Dr. Manash Chanda (Chair: IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, Meghnad Saha Inst. of Technology)
      • Prof. Angsuman Sarkar (Ex-Chair: IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, Kalyani Govt. Engg. College)
    • Conference Chair:
      • Dr. Soumya Pandit (Ex-Chair: IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, Inst. of Radio Physics & Electronics, University of Calcutta)
      • Dr. Arpan Deyasi (Vice-Chair: IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, RCC Inst. of Information Technology)
      • Dr. Bikash Sharma (Secretary: IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, Sikkim Manipal Inst. of Technology)
    • Convener:
      • Prof. Anisul Haque (East west University, Dhaka, Bangladesh)
      • Prof. Subir Kumar Sarkar (Jadavpur University)
      • Prof. Debasish De (Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology)
    • Publication Chair:
      • Prof. J. K. Mandal (Kalyani University)
      • Dr. Jadav Ch. Das (MAKAUT, West Bengal)
    • Publicity Chair:
      • Prof. A. K. Panda (IEEE EDS DL, NIST Berhampur)
      • Dr. Mousiki Kar (Past Chair, IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, Heritage Inst. of Technology)
    • Sponsorship Chair:
      • Dr. Atanu Kundu (Ex-Chair IEEE EDS Kolkata Chapter, Heritage Inst. of Technology)
    • Treasurer:
      • Dr. Saheli Sarkhel
      • Dr. Sandip Nandi
    • Technical Program Committee (Track Chairs)
      • Prof. Navneet Gupta (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani)
      • Dr. Subham Sahay (IIT Kanpur)
      • Dr. Trupti R. Lenka (NIT Silchar)
      • Dr. Rajnish Sharma (Chitkara University, Punjab)
      • Dr. Rudra Sankar Dhar (National Institute of Technology Mizoram)
      • Dr. D. Nirmal (Karunya University)
      • Dr. Rupam Goswami (TezPur University)
      • Dr. Ratul Baruah(TezPur University)
      • Dr. Arindam Biswas (Kazi Nazrul University)
      • Dr. Amitabha Sinha (MAKAUT, West Bengal)
      • Dr. Avtar Singh (Adama Science and Technology University, Adama, Ethiopia)
    • Organizing Chairs:
      • Dr. N. Mohan Kumar (GITM)
      • Dr. Mihir Kumar Mahata (MAKAUT, West Bengal)
      • Mr. Sowvik Dey (MAKAUT, West Bengal)
      • Dr. Papiya Debnath (Techno International New Town, Kolkata)
      • Dr. Diganta Sengupta (Meghnad Saha Inst. of Technology, Kolkata)
      • Dr. Manoj Kumar (University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India)
      • Dr. Debarati Dey Roy (B. P. Poddar Inst. of Management & Technology, Kolkata )
      • Dr. Kalyan Biswas (MCKV Inst. of Engineering, Howrah)
      • Mr. Arighna Basak (Brainware University, Kolkata)

C. International Advisory Committee

      • Rajendra Singh, Fellow IEEE, IEEE EDS DL, Clemson University
      • Renuka P. Jindal, Fellow IEEE, IEEE EDS DL, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
      • Bimal K. Bose, IEEE Life Fellow, University of Tennessee, USA
      • D. Subbaram Naidu, Fellow IEEE, IEEE EDS DL, University of Minnesota Duluth, USA
      • Ljiljana Trajkovic, Fellow IEEE, Simon Fraser University, Canada
      • Hao Ying, Fellow IEEE, Wayne State University, USA
      • Krishnaiyan Thulasiraman, University of Oklahoma, USA
      • Durga Misra, IEEE EDS DL, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), USA
      • Vijay K. Arora, IEEE EDS DL, UTM Distinguished Professor, USA
      • Muhammad Mustafa Hussain, IEEE EDS DL, KAUST, USA
      • Prof. Anil Kottantharayil, IIT-Bombay, India
      • Calin Ciufudean, Stefan cel Mare University, Romania
      • Asimul Islam, Jamia Millia Islamia, India
      • Kushal K. Banerjee, TCS, India
      • Dimitrios A. Karras, Sterea Hellas Institute of Technology, Hellas
      • Yen-Wei Chen, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
      • Aminul Islam, BIT Meshra, India
      • P. Sivakumar, SKP Engg. College, India
      • Md. Jakir Hossen, MMU, Malaysia
      • G.N. Dash, IEEE EDS DL, Sambalpur University, India
      • Vipin Balyan, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
      • Rajib Kar, NIT- Durgapur, India
      • Prasanta Kumar Basu, Calcutta University, India
      • Said Agoujil, University Moulay Ismail, Morocco
      • Lipo WANG, NTU, Singapore
      • Imre J. Rudas, Obuda University, Hungary
      • Harry Coomar Shumsher Rughooputh, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
      • Chandrasekaran Subramaniam, SKCET, India
      • Achintya das, KGEC, India

Technical Program Committee Members (Track wise)

Will be updated soon……

  • Track-1: Device Modeling and Simulations
  • Track-2: Optoelectronic Devices, Sensors
  • Track-3: Embedded Devices and technology
  • Track -4: High-speed Devices
  • Track-5: Low power Device and Circuits
  • Track-6: Emerging Devices
  • Track 7: Characterization, Reliability and Yield
  • Track 8: Nanotechnology
  • Track 9: Memory Device
  • Track 10: power Device

TBA Soon

Programs

A. Keynote/Plenary Talk

B. Technical Talks

C. Pre-Conference Tutorial

D. Exhibition

Conference Venue: Vedic Village

Address: Shikharpur, P.O – Bagu – Rajarhat – Kolkata – 700135, Landmark – Lauhati,

Website: https://www.thevedicvillage.com/

Venue Information: Vedic Village Spa Resort is a hidden gem, nestled in the lap of nature just 20 minutes away from the international airport in Kolkata, India. Built horizontally in the authentic architecture of Bengal villages, the world- class luxury resort blends in completely with the uniqueness of the landscape. It combines tremendous natural beauty and outdoor fun with unbeatable indoor luxury. A boutique getaway sprawling over 150 acres of fertile farmland greenery, sparkling lakes, coconut groves and a wealth of flora; it is a haven for migratory birds, butterflies, squirrels and exotic species of plants.

Google Map location of Vedic Village:

Incredible India

About Kolkata, City of Joy: Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta, is the capital of West Bengal state of India. The city is regarded as the cultural capital of the country. It is at the same time the financial capital of eastern India, a gateway to the far-flung areas of the region. The city, located on the east side of the river Hooghly, has a glorious past and an ever-blooming present. The metropolitan city of Kolkata is not just well-known for its roshogollas, mishit dohi, trams, Howrah Bridge and Victoria memorial, but also for its inexpensive nature. When compared to the other metro cities, Kolkata is said to be the most economical city. Maybe this is the reason it is called as the city of joy.

Travel To Kolkata

Hotels

Tourist Attractions

*To be completed by the authors of the paper(s) after obtaining final acceptance and completion of the registration process