Austrochip

Austrochip is an annual meeting and platform to present the latest activities in the field of microelectronics and integrated circuits in Austria and neighboring countries. The workshop is a forum for discussion and contact between academia and industry.

Austrochip deals with the design of analog, digital, and mixed-signal integrated circuits and systems. Submissions of original research papers to the workshop should cover, but are not limited to, the following topics:

  • Analog, mixed-signal, and RF integrated circuits
  • Digital circuits, filters, DSPs, asynchronous designs
  • FPGA design and reconfigurable hardware
  • Design methodology, system-level design, gigascale circuits, network-on-chip
  • Embedded systems, low-power designs, RF systems, security aspects
  • Verification and testing, signal integrity, device modelling, timing analysis, reliability simulation
  • Emerging technologies, nano CMOS process, sub-threshold circuits, sensors, organic and biomedical electronics
  • Case studies and prototyping

This year’s edition

The 28th edition of Austrochip 2020 will take place in Vienna, Austria, on October 7th. Austrochip 2020 will be organized by the Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Electrodynamics, Microwave and Circuit Engineering (EMCE), Gußhausstrasse 25, Vienna.
For information see the Austrochip 2020 Website:   austrochip.emce.tuwien.ac.at

Organization

The Austrochip conference is traditionally organized by academic institutions. In the last years, the following institutes organized the workshop:

Graz University of Technology, Institute for Applied Information Processing and Communications (IAIK)
Graz University of Technology, Institute of Electronics (IFE)
Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Electrodynamics, Microwave and Circuit Engineering (EMCE)
Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Computer Technology (ICT)
Johannes Kepler University Linz, Institute for Integrated Circuits (IIC)
Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, School of Engineering and IT, Villach
University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, Department of Electronic Engineering