-Plenary Talks
             -Keynote Lectures

             -Focus session



About ICTA

About ICTA and What is New?

China is becoming a semiconductor hub for academia, industry and market. However, young Chinese researchers, in particular students, lack the opportunity to attend IEEE conferences. International counterparts also wish to experience fast-growing semiconductor sector in China. To this end, ICTA was founded by a group of Chinese scholars. It will be a broad yet advanced forum for IC designs, technologies and applications worldwide.

The conference will feature both invited and contributed papers. Distinguished researchers will be invited to deliver keynote speeches on technology or circuit trends and significant advances. The best contributed papers will be selected for awards. All papers will be presented in parallel sessions, including invited talks and focused sessions. ICTA will start with FREE Distinguished Lectures and concluded with forums/workshops. Exhibition showcasing the latest engineering samples, tools and technology options will be facilitated as well. More information can be found at or

      Both invited and contributed papers that are accepted by ICTA

What is new? Authors are invited to submit an extend version of 5+ pages to the special issue of Journal of Semiconductor (JOS), thus possibly extending the conference abstract into a journal paper . The extended paper should reflect reviewers opinions and audience feedbacks from ICTA.  

Author registration and paper submission steps:

1.     Author registration form: title, author(s) and affiliation(s), and statement of exclusivity. This form includes also a 30-50-word abstract (description of the subject, its importance, and how the work contributes to the field). This information is required and must be submitted via the website:

2.     Authors must use the template provided on the above website to format their extended abstract. The extended abstract may not exceed 2 pages total and the file size must be less than 2 MB. For PDF files, use Distiller and select embed all fonts. Please note that we accept no *.doc files.

3.     Submission deadline:  July 28, 2019 (Sunday)

Paper selection criteria: All submissions must be in English. Papers will be selected based on the following factors:

       Originality: The paper must be unique, significant, and state-of-the-art. Are references to existing literature included?

       Quantitative content: The 2-page extended abstract should give an explicit description of the work with supporting data.

       Quality: Clarity of the writing and figures. What is the context of the contribution to previous work?

       Interest to ICTA attendees: Why should this work be reported at this conference?