Now Fully Virtual!
The conference will have a ‘live’ rollout – all tutorial, keynotes and session lectures etc. will be rolled out, starting on the 9th of August, as per their scheduled times. During this rollout period, presenters will be available for live chats so you will be able to get immediate responses to your questions. Beyond the live rollout period (9th – 12th August), you will still be able to connect with the presenters via the chat feature, but not in real-time.
Your presentation material will only be made available to conference attendees (i.e. those who have registered for the event) for a limited period of time, beginning 10 AUG 2020 and ending on 28 AUG 2020. Your presentation material will only be viewable, not downloadable.
Detailed instructions for Authors & Presenters to upload their presentations are provided at the following link (Updated Information and now including ‘how to’ video link):
Latest Conference related updates
- All accepted papers must be uploaded by the 17th of July. Author/s must complete registration for the paper to be included and published in the proceedings
- Early Registration extended until July 31st
- Conference Schedule link: ConferenceSchedule
- Updates on the virtual format/nature of the conference will be posted this week
- Stay tuned for up on update on uploading conference presentations
We are now the Flagship conference of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CASS).
On behalf of the organizing committee for the 63rd IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems we are pleased to invite you to MWSCAS 2020 to be held at the Springfield Sheraton hotel in Springfield Massachusetts, August 9th – 12th 2020. MWSCAS is the oldest Circuits and Systems Symposium sponsored by IEEE and is now the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society North American flagship conference.
Our conference theme this year is Electrical and Computer Engineering: The Future is What We Do! With focus on the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence. MWSCAS 2020 will include oral and poster sessions, student paper contest, tutorials given by experts in circuits and systems, and special sessions. Conference session topics include all areas of electronic circuits and systems covering the latest innovations. There are eleven tracks – Analog Circuits and Systems, Digital Circuits and Systems, Communications Circuits and Systems, RF and Wireless Circuits and Systems, Sensor Circuits and Systems, Converter Circuits and Systems, Signal and Image Processing, Hardware Design, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT), Hardware Security, Smart Power. Each track has multiple sessions, details are provided in the Call for Papers.
Tutorials will be available on Sunday August 9th to provide an opportunity to quickly get up to speed in specific areas of circuits and systems appropriate for both experts and those new to the field.