IJCTA Special Issue 2019 : IJCTA Call For Papers - Special Issue on Emerging Technologies and Computing Paradigms for the Internet of Everything Applications
Call For Papers
A call for papers is now open for the International Journal of Circuits, Theory and Applications (IJCTA)Special Issue on Emerging Technologies and Computing Paradigms for the Internet of Everything Applications.
Aims and scope
Emerging Internet of Everything (IoE) applications and Artificial Intelligence (AI) require computing platforms to extract task-relevant information from increasingly large amounts of data. But, these requirements place stringent constraints on energy efficiency, performance, cost, and reliability. Traditionally, silicon CMOS scaling has been relied upon to meet these energy and delay constraints. However, the energy and delay benefits achievable via scaling are diminishing. Therefore, there is an urge to explore new energy efficient devices and interconnects as the building blocks for energy efficient systems. Moreover, we need to re-think how architectures and systems are designed to optimise power, performance and reliability. This will require to investigate novel devices beyond CMOS and novel computing paradigms beyond Von-Neumman to achieve a remarkable improvement in performance, cost, reliability, and energy efficiency.
This special issue aims to bring together contributions focusing on different topics related to the design of circuits and systems using emerging technologies, as well as to highlight the latest advances in novel computing paradigms. The topics of interest include, but not limited to:
- Low power devices and circuits based on beyond CMOS devices, i.e. steep-slope devices, negative capacitance, 1D/2D material devices, metal-insulator-transition devices, etc., for IoE applications.
- Emerging memory devices and circuits, i.e. spintronic, resistive, ferroelectric, etc. for IoE applications.
- Energy efficient novel computing paradigm beyond Von-Neumann, i.e. memory-centric computing, reversible computing, neuromorphic computing, quantum computing, etc.
- Device/circuit/architecture co-design methods and novel perspectives.
- Benchmarking of novel devices and computing paradigms.
Authors from academia and industry working in the above or closely related research areas are requested to submit original manuscripts that have not been published previously and are not currently under review in other journals or conferences. All manuscripts must be electronically submitted through IJCTA Manuscript Central Website, https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ijcta. Indicate that you are submitting your article to the special issue on ‘Emerging Technologies and Novel Computing Paradigms for the Internet of Everything Applications’. Please, visit IJCTA website for detailed author guidelines:
Manuscript submission: December 1, 2019.
Publication date: November, 2020.
Prof. Aida Todri-Sanial
Prof. Xueqing Li
Dr. Juan Núñez
IMSE-CNM (CSIC/Univ. Seville)
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