SHORT COURSE Call for Proposal
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ISPSD 2018 will offer a number of one-hour short courses to registered attendees. Each short course, delivered by an expert in his or her topic area, addresses the need for an in-depth discussion of important power semiconductor device or power IC design issues, as well as their applications. As a reference, details of past topics covered by ISPSD can be found at ISPSD 2017 and ISPSD 2016, and are summarised below.
Please submit your proposal to the short course chair, Professor Alex Huang of the University of Texas at Austin at Compensation for the short course speaker includes an honorarium of US$2000. Short course speakers are responsible for their own expenses of preparing and presenting the short course, including all travel, lodging, conference registration, and meals.
The submitted proposal should include the following:
- Contact information for presenting speaker: name, affiliation, mailing address, telephone number, and email address.
- An abstract of no more than 200 words describing what is to be presented, including whether the topic will be treated in-depth or as a survey, and the level of the intended audience (entry level, intermediate, or advanced). This abstract should be in a form suitable for publication in the ISPSD advance program.
- A short biography (<200 words) of each speaker.
|Proposal submission deadline is||October 30, 2017|
|Speaker notification sent out by||December 15, 2017|
Short Course Chair: Professor Alex Huang
University of Texas at Austin, USA
Past ISPSD Short Course topics