What do the Proceedings of the Royal Society a publish?
Proceedings A publishes articles across the chemical, computational, Earth, engineering, mathematical, and physical sciences. The journal publishes research papers, as well as short reviews containing original and interesting new ideas.
Are there unpublished papers for the glsvlsi Conference?
Original, unpublished papers, describing research in the general area of VLSI are solicited. Both theoretical and experimental research results are welcome. Program Tracks: VLSI Design: design of ASICs, microprocessors/micro-architectures, embedded processors, analog/digital/mixed-signal systems, NoC, interconnects, …
Is the 31 St edition of glsvlsi held online?
The 31 st edition of GLSVLSI will be held as an online conference. Original, unpublished papers describing research in the general areas of VLSI and hardware design are solicited. Stay tuned for more information.
What do you need to know about glsvlsi design?
VLSI Design: ASIC and FPGA design, microprocessors/micro-architectures, embedded processors, analog/digital/mixed-signal systems, NoC, SoC, IoT, interconnects, memories, bio-inspired and neuromorphic circuits and systems, BioMEMs, lab-on-a-chip, biosensors, implantable and wearable devices.
Is the Royal Society Physical Sciences a plan compliant journal?
The Royal Society’s physical sciences research journal, publishing high-quality research and review articles from all disciplines in the physical sciences. This is a Plan S compliant Transformative Journal.
What is the history of the Royal Society?
History of the Royal Society. The story of the Royal Society is the story of modern science. Our origins lie in a 1660 ‘invisible college’ of natural philosophers and physicians. Today we are the UK’s national science academy and a Fellowship of some 1,600 of the world’s most eminent scientists.
Who is the director of the Royal Society?
Peter Collins, Emeritus Director at the Royal Society, has written about the history of the Society’s postwar activities in The Royal Society and the promotion of science since 1960 (published by Cambridge University Press in 2015).