28th Annual ELECTRICAL OVERSTRESS/ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SYMPOSIUM
SEPTEMBER 10-15, 2006 WESTIN LA PALOMA TUCSON, ARIZONA, USA
About the EOS/ESD Symposium
The ESD Association in cooperation with the IEEE is sponsoring the 28th Annual Symposium dealing with Electrical Overstress (EOS) and Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) effects. The Symposium will be devoted to the understanding of issues related to electrical transients and electrical overstress, and the application of this knowledge to the solution of problems in consumer, industrial and military applications, including electronic components and manufacturing, as well as in systems, subsystems and equipment.
The Technical Program Committee solicits paper contributions, which include data and analysis, which advance the state-of-the-art knowledge, enhance or review the general knowledge, or discuss new topics related to EOS/ESD.
Authors must submit a 50-word abstract and 4 page (maximum) summary of their work. The summary must clearly state the purpose, results (e.g., data, diagrams, photographs, etc.), and conclusions of the work. Summaries must also include references to prior publications and state how the work enhances existing knowledge. Authors must designate the appropriate area related to their work and submission. See reverse for suggested topic listings.
Abstract and paper submissions shall be made electronically via e-mail to [email protected]. The required file format is pdf (Adobe Acrobat(r)), one single pdf file for each submission. Paper presentations at the Symposium will be in electronic PowerPoint(r) format.
The Technical Program Committee will accept unpublished papers for review with the understanding that the author will not publish the work prior to presentation at the Symposium. Accepted papers published in any form prior to presentation at the Symposium may result in the paper being withdrawn from the Symposium Proceedings. Authors must obtain appropriate company and government clearances prior to submitting their abstracts.
The submission deadline is Friday, January 13, 2006. Late submissions will not be accepted. The final submission deadline for the finished papers will be Friday, June 9, 2006. Final papers will be limited to a maximum of 10 pages – guidelines will be provided after acceptance of the paper.
Download the complete call for papers http://www.esda.org/documents/2006call_000.pdf