Conference language: English

Conditions of acceptance:

Only original material should be submitted. Government and company clearance to present and publish should be finalized at the time of submission. Non-research based papers which attempt to promote commercial products cannot be submitted.

Please upload also a short bio, if you upload your abstract.

(Authors are expected to secure the registration fee as well as travel and accommodation funding through their sponsoring organizations, before submitting full paper.)

Selection Process

The committee will review all submitted abstracts. Based on the abstracts submitted, the program of the conference will be defined. Submitted abstracts may be selected for oral or poster presentations.

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Authors will get the information from the technical organizer, if they have been selected. Authors are requested to submit their full paper (4 pages) in time, as the scientific papers will undergo a double blind peer review process before publishing.

The conference proceedings will be published as a special issue of a scientific journal.

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Please indicate the track number when submitting the
abstract or the full paper.

Track 1
Key Enablers for Next Generation Smart Systems
New discoveries & inventions of functional principles for Smart
Systems and artificial intelligence at the edge & in the cloud:
▪ Novel concepts for smart sensing, actuation, energy supply,
data processing, storage, AI and communication
▪ Design & design verification methods for Smart Systems
▪ Material innovations, new fabrication tools & processes
▪ Advanced micro / nano and smart power technologies
▪ Heterogeneous integration for Smart Systems with AI
▪ Methodologies and concepts for reliability, safety, and
security to be inherently built into components and systems

Track 2
Key Technologies for Smart Systems
Hardware and software building blocks of Smart Systems,
their design, fabrication, and test methods at device, wafer,
component, module, and system levels:
▪ System Integration: 2.5/3D integration, interconnect
technologies & packaging for the electronics and all associated
sensors/actuators etc.
▪ Embedded intelligence and cognition at the device level
▪ Fabrication of micro/nano systems & smart power systems
▪ Smart low-cost approaches including roll-to-roll technologies
and printed functionalities
▪ High volume components at Euro cents for billions of infection
or immunity tests

Track 3
Application Domains: Mobility, Energy, Industry
AI based smart sensor systems and networks, control units
and drives incl. aspects such as power electronics, packaging and
further system integration as well as communication systems
for the fields of (auto)mobility, energy, and automation like:
▪ E-mobility (land, air and sea) and its infrastructure
▪ Highly automated and connected vehicles
▪ Secure, reliable, decentralized, multi-modal energy
systems with a high level of renewable sources
▪ Highly automated distribution grids coupling the energy
sector with mobility, industry & domestic use
▪ Ultra-flexible, high-performing, energy and resource
efficient, and collaborative production facilities
▪ Digital twins supporting from design to customer

Track 4
Application Domains: Food, Biomedical, Healthy Living
Disruptive innovation of Smart Systems in terms of
accuracy, autonomy, automation, cost, size, etc. for
applications like
▪ Digitising agriculture for sustainable production
▪ Food safety, security, and monitoring from field to fork
▪ Inexpensive real-time disease detection, e.g. COVID-19
▪ Connected life – Enabling the work-life balance
▪ Combined wearable / implants systems
▪ Enabling healthy lifestyles to prevent disease and to
promote autonomous living

Track 5
Strategy and Business Creation
Instruments of support addressing aspects of strategy
and business creation:
▪ Global market dynamics and the stability of value chains
▪ The competitive advantages of European ecosystems
▪ Political framework and support programmes
▪ From research to business: start-up and SME support
▪ Global co-operation and Joint venture strategies
▪ Opportunities and challenges of networking at
European and regional level
▪ Standardisation
▪ Highlights from digital innovation hubs in action