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Abstract Writing Guide and Template - Technical Paper and Technical Poster

Manufacturing - Unpublished Poster Submission Template

1: EOS/ESD in Manufacturing – Control Materials, Technologies, and Techniques

2: On-Chip ESD Design, including System-Level ESD, Testing, and ESD Case Studies

Submission Deadline: February 7, 2022

Parallel Track Options Are: 

1. EOS/ESD in Manufacturing - Control Materials, Technologies and Techniques         2. On-Chip ESD Design, Including System Level ESD, Testing and ESD Case Studies
(Suggested Submission Topics listed in the above CFP)         (Suggested Submission Topics listed in the above CFP)
           
Submission Options:         Submission Options:
           
Student Paper         Student Paper
           

Technical Paper
Abstract: Maximum 4 Pages
Final Manuscript: 6-10 Pages
Presentation: Max 20 Slides

Technical Poster
Abstract: Maximum 2 Pages
Final Manuscript: 3-5 Pages
Presentation: Max 10 Slides

Technical Poster
(Excluded from Proceedings)
Abstract: Maximum 6 Slides
Teaser Presentation: Max 5 Slides
Full Presentation: Max 24 Slides

Additional Submission Options (details below):
Workshop or Discussion Group
Hands-On Demonstration
Seminar
TEsD Talk

       

Technical Paper
Abstract: Maximum 4 Pages
Final Manuscript: 6-10 Pages
Presentation: Max 20 Slides

Technical Poster
Abstract: Maximum 2 Pages
Final Manuscript: 3-5 Pages
Presentation: Max 10 Slides

Additional Submission Options (details below):
Workshop or Discussion Group
Seminar
Demonstration
TEsD Talk

Abstract (Paper/Poster)

Your original 50-word abstract and summary of work to be expanded in a full technical paper or a technical poster must clearly and concisely present specific results and explain the importance of your work in the context of prior work. Authors are required to use the applicable abstract submission template available at the top of the page. Final classification of abstracts as full technical papers or technical posters is at the discretion of the technical program committee. Full manuscripts of accepted technical papers and technical posters will be due before the conference. Registration for the conference is required for the author presenting the paper.

The technical program committee accepts unpublished papers/posters for peer review with the understanding that the author will not publish the work elsewhere prior to presentation at the Symposium.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) will not preclude your EOS/ESD Symposium abstract submission. The submission must follow guidelines and be expanded significantly for the EOS/ESD Symposium. Publication of accepted papers/posters 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 an abstract.

Workshop or Discussion Group

Proposals for workshops and discussion groups must be submitted no later than February 7, 2022, with an abstract describing the proposal. Submit proposals below. Workshop topics address fundamentals, generally accepted techniques, and consider present and future challenges and solutions to problems. Discussion Group topics address EOS/ESD novel ideas and consider new developments or common myths dispelled. The discussion should encompass some provocative points of view.

Seminar

Proposals for seminars must be submitted no later than February 7, 2022, with an abstract defining the presentation. Submit proposals below. Topics can be related to the special focus modules found in the call for papers or can be a review of industry progress on one of the suggested areas.

Demonstration

Proposals for live demonstrations of measurement or design techniques (hardware and software) must be submitted no later than February 7, 2022, with an abstract defining the presentation and measurement or design technique. Submit proposals below. Authors complete a presentation describing the measurement or design technique followed by a live demonstration. Application, limitations, and common pitfalls should be discussed. (Note: ESDA does not provide equipment).

TEsD Talk

Proposals for a fifteen-minute talk (minimal use of slides – no words) on a controversial or futuristic topic to spark debate and discussion must be submitted no later than February 7, 2022, with an abstract defining the topic. Submit proposals below.

Hands-on Demonstration

Proposals for hands-on demonstrations of measurement techniques must be submitted no later than February 7, 2022, with an abstract defining the presentation and measurement. Send proposals to esdaadministrative@esda.org. Authors complete a presentation describing the measurement technique followed by a hands-on station for attendees to perform the measurement as described. Application, limitations, and common pitfalls should be discussed. (Note: ESDA does not provide equipment).

 

1. EOS/ESD IN MANUFACTURING - CONTROL MATERIALS, TECHNOLOGIES, AND TECHNIQUES

2. ON-CHIP ESD DESIGN, INCLUDING SYSTEM LEVEL ESD, TESTING, AND ESD CASE STUDIES

Contact Information

Abstract Submission

Is this submission an update to a previously submitted abstract?