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CAS 2012-International Semiconductor Conference

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The event will be held in Sinaia, Romania, 15-17 October 2012.

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When 12 October 2012 08:00 AM to
17 October 2012 05:00 PM
Where Sinaia, Romania
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The aim of the conference is two–fold. First of all, it provides a forum of debate on selected topics for scientific research and technological development. Secondly, it is an occasion for the participants to broad their perspective through invited papers and tutorials.

CAS 2012

Main Topics

Contributions in solid-state devices and (sub)systems are called in the following domains.
- Simulation and fabrication of microstructures and microsystems:
surface and bulk micromachining, microengineering techniques, electro-opto-mechanical microsystems, microsensor and actuator integration, signal processing, computational intelligence and system interfacing, biosensors and microsystems for biomedical application; optical, opto-electronic and photonic functional components, RF MEMS;
- Science and technology of nanostructures and nanostructured materials:

composite nanoparticles and nanostructures with selective properties, nanostructures and nanostructured materials with special properties, nanotechnologies and nanostructure;
- Semiconductor device physics and technology:

device modelling and simulation, silicon and compound semiconductor devices, heterostructures, advanced materials and processes, reliability and defect engineering;
- Design and technology of microelectronic components:
microelectronic, microphotonic and microwave integrated subsystems, devices and modules for power control and conversion, specialized electronic circuits integrated in the microelectronic technology, testing and reliability;


- Nanoscience and nanoengineering
- Microoptics and microphotonics
- Micromachined devices and circuits for microwave and millimeter wave applications
- Micro and nanotechnologies for transducers, interfaces and microsystems
- Micro and nanotechnologies for biomedical and environmental applications
- Novel materials and intelligent materials
- Power devices and microelectronics (including CAD)


It consists in contributed (oral or poster sessions) and invited papers.

The CAS program includes a Student Paper Session.


Contributed papers will be selected on the basis of a four pages paper, structured and printed according to the IEEE format. The authors should send the file of the paper by e–mail (or on a diskette), in Microsoft Word format.

For details, the authors should consult "CAS Guidelines for papers 


The participants must register in advance and make reservations for their accommodation by sending the Registration Form to the CAS Office, by mail or by fax.

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