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Barcelona, 22nd-24th November 2017


The conference on Design of Circuits and integrated Systems (DCIS) is an international meeting for researchers in the highly active fields of micro- and nano-electronic circuits and integrated systems. It provides an excellent forum to present and discuss works on the emerging challenges offered by technology, in the areas of modeling, design, implementation and test devices, circuits and systems. In this edition, the 32nd, new relevant topics as Resilient Systems, Reliability, Memristive devices, Thermal-aware design, and the analysis of the opportunities that new technologies as  Graphene, Carbon Nanotubes, Nanowire transistors will be included. Topics to be discussed include, but are not limited to:

  • Analog and Digital Design
  • Integrated Sensors
  • Design and Test of RF ICs
  • Power electronics
  • Networks-on-Chip
  • Industrial applications
  • Low Power Design
  • Nano-technology and C&S
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Reconfigurable Devices
  • CAD Tools and Methods
  • Test and Fault Tolerance
  • MEMS and MOEMS
  • Reliability physics and modeling
  • Memristors and applications
  • Educating Methods on Electronics


DCIS2017 will be organized in BARCELONA in the new UPC Campus “Barcelona East” located 15 minutes far of the heart of the City, a modern and beautiful scientific research area recently created. A selection of the best papers will be considered for publication in a journal (TBC). A selection of accepted papers with signed copyright will be published on IEEEXplore.

IEEEXplore DCIS 2017 page

 Important dates

Technical sessions 

Special sessions                                    

Submission deadline: May 15th

Notification of acceptance: July 15th

Final submission: September 30th

Proposal deadline: May 15th

Notification of selection: June 30th


On-line registration: July 15th to November 15th

Advanced registration: September 1st to October 15th

"Eugeni Garcia Moreno Best Paper Award" has been presented to the paper

"Variable-Length Transmission Lines for Self-Healing Systems and Reconfigurable Millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits" by  David Del Rio, Iñaki Gurutzeaga, Hector Solar, Andoni Beriain, Ainhoa Rezola, Igone Velez and Roc Berenguer.