Ninth International Workshop on Low Temperature Electronics - WOLTE 9

lunes, 19 de octubre de 2009

Ninth International Workshop on Low Temperature Electronics - WOLTE 9
Guarujá, Brazil - June 21-23, 2010
The objective of the Workshop is to provide an international forum for discussing recent research and development results in the area of low temperature electronics including, amongst others: semiconductor devices; low and high TC superconductor devices, molecular and biogenic devices, circuits and systems. Papers with system and application aspects are highly appreciated. However, they do not constitute a requirement for paper submission.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Semiconductor devices at low temperatures
Cryogenic amplifiers
Interfacing of superconducting circuitry by semiconductor
Digital electronics at low temperatures, both semiconducting and superconducting (RSFQ)
Quantum limited detectors and detector readout
Optoelectronics at low temperatures
Cryogenic MEMS and NEMS and coupling to electronic read out

Paper Submission and Deadlines:
Contributed papers will be selected based on submitted two-page abstracts in A4 format. Electronically submissions will only be accepted in pdf format and must be submitted prior to March 5, 2010. Further information about submission as well as the template for papers will be available at the conference webpage.
An extended version of the accepted papers with up to 4 pages will be requested upon acceptance in camera-ready format no later than May 10, 2010 to be available at the Workshop.

Submission Deadline: March 5th, 2010
Notification of Acceptance: April 23rd, 2010
Camera-Ready Deadline: May 10th, 2010

The city of Guarujá is located in the beautiful seaside of the Sao Paulo state in Southeast of Brazil, only 89 km far from the Sao Paulo city, taking about 2 hours from the Sao Paulo International Airport. The city is easily accessed both by car or bus service. Guarujá is known as "Pearl of Atlantic". This city is fully oriented to tourism and counts with several clean and free beaches extended all along urbanized roads. It has an excellent tourist infrastructure including a variety of hotels, bars, restaurants, supermarkets and commercial centres.

General Chair:
Marcelo Antonio Pavanello (FEI, Brazil)

Program Chair:
João Antonio Martino (USP, Brazil)

Local Arrangements:
Michelly de Souza (FEI, Brazil)
Renato Camargo Giacomini (FEI, Brazil)

Sponsored by:
SBMicro - Brazilian Microelectronics Society
Co-Sponsored by:
IEEE Electron Devices Society
Organized by:
Centro Universitario da FEI, Brazil
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Supported by:

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