24th European Conference on Circuit Theory and Design September 7-10, 2020, Sofia, Bulgaria

Messages from the Organizers:

September 4, 2020

Dear ECCTD2020 participants, You may now access all presentations form the ECCTD2020 Program Schedule page. Navigate to a presentation you would like to view and click on its title. A new tab will open, asking you to login with your conference account registration, sent to you on Sep. 4, 2020. After authentication you will be taken to a presentation page, where you may view it and leave comments. Contact authors will be notified for each new comment by email.
 
After completion of the conference on Sept. 10, 2020, direct access to all presentations without authentication will be provided through the website.
 
The three keynote lectures will be streamed live through the Zoom platform at the designated times, and then available through the website. Zoom access codes will be sent to you by email 1 hour prior each keynote lecture.

August 10, 2020

Due to pandemic situation all over the world, the program of ECCTD 2020 will consist of online and onsite presentations.

For this reason, please, send PDFs of your presentations no later than August 20, 2020. All presentations will be uploaded at the website of the conference. In this way everybody will be able to read the presentations and to ask questions. We shall send to you unique password for this purpose soon. Only keynote lectures will be recorded on video.

Please, have in mind that only registered papers will be presented and uploaded at IEEE Explorer.

April 27, 2020

We hope that you and your families remain healthy in the difficult times of COVID-19.

The safety of all conference participants is our priority. For this reason we decided to have web based presentations for those who will not be able to come to Sofia due to the border limits or other measures taken from the countries in order to prevent their citizens.

The ECCTD 2020 will consists of plenary lectures, regular, special and poster sessions. It will focus on recent trends and advances in circuit design, including but not limited to:

Devices
Computational Methods
Nanoscale Devices & Circuits
Circuits
Mathematical Methods
Communication Circuits
Systems
Signals
Neuromorphic & Biomedical Circuits
Memristors and Memristor Devices

The program includes Special Sessions, aiming at complementing the regular program with emerging topics of interest to the circuit design community. In addition, there will be a Live Demo Session where authors show their latest working hardware and Tutorials.