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Convergence Session

Convergence Session #1
Korea-Japan Joint Session for Advanced IC Designs

Organizers: Prof. Jae-Yoon Sim (Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea)
 
Timetable Session Abstract

Session Abstract
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) has been the biggest institute in the areas of electrical engineering and associated fields in Japan. As one of the international collaborative activities between the IEICE and the Institute of Semiconductor Engineers (ISE) of Korea, this special session is organized to introduce research activities from the Electronic Society of IEICE and ISE in the areas of advance integrated circuit (IC) designs. It will give valuable times for exchanging technical ideas and sharing experiences on advanced topics of IC designs as well as opportunities of fruitful networking for possible international collaborations between researchers in Korea and Japan.
August 20th (Tue.)

Time Details
14:10
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14:25
Si-Backside Side-Channel Leakage Measurement and Simulation

Rikuu Hasegawa1, Kazuki Monta1, Takuya Wadatsumi1, Takuji Miki1, Makoto Nagata1, Lang Lin2, Akhilesh Kumar2, Norman chang2

1Kobe University
2ANSYS Inc.

14:25
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14:40
SoC Platform for Heterogeneous Accelerator IPs

Atsushi Hasegawa1, Makoto Ikeda1, Ichiro Naka2, Kunio Uchiyama2

1University of Tokyo
2National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

14:40
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14:55
(Invited) Opportunities and Challenges of DRAM-based Computing-in-Memory for AI Accelerator

Sangjin Kim, Hoi-Jun Yoo

KAIST

14:55
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15:10
Design Techniques toward IC-Chip Supply Chain Security

Makoto Nagata

Kobe University

15:10
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15:25
(Invited) Built-in Self Test and Calibration Techniques for Millimeter-Wave CMOS Transceivers

HO-JIN SONG

POSTECH

 

Convergence Session #2
Design, Analysis and Tools for Integrated Circuits and Systems (DATICS)

Organizers: Prof. Ka Lok Man (Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China)
 
Timetable Session Abstract

Session Abstract
DATICS workshops/special sessions were initially created by a network of researchers and engineers both from academia and industry in the areas of Design, Analysis and Tools for Integrated Circuits and Systems (DATICS). The proposed DATICS-ISOCC’24 special session will focus on emerging Circuits and Systems (CAS) topics that will strongly lead human life revolutions, especially in CMOS technologies, communication technologies and biomedical technologies. Human life revolutions come along with economic opportunities. The market for these emerging topics is also forecast to grow to a multi-billion dollar market in the coming decade. The special session will highlight the potential and current developments of these CAS topics, along with pressing challenges. The proposed session is coherent and complementary to the conference theme and areas of interest of ISOCC. The main target of DATICS-ISOCC’24 is to bring together engineering researchers and people from industry to exchange theories, ideas, techniques and experiences. In addition, DATICS Yearly Special
Session has been carried out at ISOCC since 2012.
August 20th (Tue.)

Time Details
15:40
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15:55
Botnet Classification using Machine Learning

Man Ni, Gabriela Mogos

Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University

15:55
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16:10
Design of Automatic Generators for Fibonacci Q-matrix based Encryption/Decryption Circuits

Tso-Bing Juang, Huang-Sen Chiu

National Pingtung University

16:10
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16:25
State of Charge Estimation for Lithium-Ion Batteries Based on Informer-LSTM Hybrid Network

Ningfei Song1, Nanlin Jin1, Jingchen Wang1, Jie Zhang1, Ka Lok Man1, Jeremy Smith2, Yutao Yue3

1Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
2University of Liverpool
3Institute of Deep Perception Technology, JITRI

16:25
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16:40
Designs of Dual-band Metamaterials for Near-field Wireless Power Transmission

Xiaozhe Ji1, Jingchen Wang1, Ka Lok Man1, Eng Gee Lim1, Yutao Yue2, Jiafeng Zhou3

1Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
2Institute of Deep Perception Technology, JITRI
3University of Liverpool

16:40
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16:55
DDS-PLL Architecture for Adaptive Beam Steering

Gianfranco Avitabile1, Ka Lok Man2, Claudio Talarico3

1Politecnico di Bari
2Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
3Gonzaga University

16:55
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17:10
Low-Cost Dual-Band Active Transponder for SAR Satellites Calibration

Gianfranco Avitabile1, Marco Rossano1, Ka Lok Man2

1Politecnico di Bari
2Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

 

Convergence Session #3
Analysis and Design of Nonlinear Circuits and Systems

Organizers: Prof. Hiroo Sekiya ((Chiba University, Japan)
 
Timetable Session Abstract

Session Abstract
TBD
August 20th (Tue.)

Time Details
15:40
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15:55
Effect of mutual information on chaotic attractors classification accuracy using neural network

Masaki Fujita, Yoko Uwate, Yoshifumi Nishio

Tokushima University

15:55
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16:10
A small and low power ergodic sequential logic neuron model for neural prostheses

Sota Ohtaki, Hiroyuki Torikai

Hosei University

16:10
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16:25
Design of Resonant Converter with Genetic-Algorithm Optimization

Rintaro Kaneiso, Ayano Komanaka, Yinchen Xie, Yutaro Komiyama, Akihiro Konishi, Kien Nguyen, Hiroo Sekiya

Chiba University

16:25
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16:40
Wirelength Minimization by Gap Swap-Flip in Gridless Gap Channel Routing

Masayuki Shimoda, Atsushi Takahashi

Tokyo Institute of Technology

16:40
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16:55
Study on Reservoir Computing Combining Chaotic Circuits and Periodic Oscillators

Ayase Ihara, Yoko Uwate, Yoshifumi Nishio

Tokushima University

16:55
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17:10
Waveform Classification by Two-Layer Reservoir Computing with van der Pol Oscillators

Yasufumi Kajino, Yoko Uwate, Yoshifumi Nishio

Tokushima University

 

Convergence Session #4
Emerging techniques for machine-learning, bio-sensing, and neuromorphic

Organizers: Prof. Kyeong-Sik Min (Kookmin University, Korea)
 
Timetable Session Abstract

Session Abstract
In this special session, emerging techniques of machine-learning, bio-sensing, and neuromorphic are discussed and presented. First, Super-resolution techniques are discussed for generating high-resolution images from low-quality input data. And new bio-sensing techniques are presented and explained for future applications of health care systems. Based on emerging devices such as memristors, potential hardware solutions are presented for implementing neuromorphic systems.
August 21th (Wed.)

Time Details
08:30
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08:45
(Invited)Memristor Neural Networks for Processing Images from Dynamic Vision Sensor (DVS) Cameras

Rina Yoon, Seokjin Oh, Seungmyeong Cho, Kyeong-Sik Min

Kookmin University

08:45
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09:00
An energy efficient reservoir computing network based on HfxZr1-xO2 ferroelectric memcapacitor devices

XIUYAN LI

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

09:00
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09:15
Enhancing Embedded Super-Resolution Accelerators: Techniques for Hardware Performance Improvement

Zhicheng Hu, Liang Chang

UESTC

09:15
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09:30
Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging System for Drone and Robotic Applications

Jinhong Ahn1, Silin Chen2, Junwei Feng2, Jerald Yoo1

1Seoul National Univeristy
2National University of Singapore

 

Convergence Session #5
Nonlinear Phenomena and their Analysis in Circuits and Systems

Organizers: Prof. Yoshifumi Nishio (Tokushima University, Japan)
 
Timetable Session Abstract

Session Abstract
TBD
August 21th (Wed.)

Time Details
08:30
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08:45
Effect of Coupling Strength on Synchronization Phenomena in Chaotic Circuits with Unidirectional Coupling

Kohei Suzue, Yoshifumi Nishio, Yoko Uwate

Tokushima University

08:45
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09:00
Analysis of the synchronization performance of wireless functional electronic stimulation central pattern generator

Rikuto Nozu, Hiroyuki Torikai

Hosei University

09:00
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09:15
Implementation of Wireless Spiking Neural Network for Classifications on MNIST Dataset

Haruto Ota1, Jiaying Lin1, Ryuji Nagazawa1, Kien Nguyen1, Won-Joo Hwang2, Hiroo Sekiya1

1Chiba University
2Pusan National University

09:15
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09:30
Switching Phenomena by Adding a Memristor to a Chaos Circuit

Taishi Segawa, Yoko Uwate, Yoshifumi Nishio, Taishi Segawa

Tokushima University

09:30
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09:45
Synchronization Phenomena in Coupled van der Pol Oscillators with Memristor Couplings as Ladder Structure

Yukinojo Kotani, Yoko Uwate, Yoshifumi Nishio

Tokushima University

 

Convergence Session #6
Advanced Packaging Technology for Semiconductor Manufacturing

Organizers: Prof. Jae Yong Song (Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea)
 
Timetable Session Abstract

Session Abstract
In the semiconductor industry, packaging process technology is attracting attention due to limitations in manufacturing process miniaturization and wafer size expansion.
This special session was organized to share recent research technologies and trends in advanced packaging, which have recently become a big issue in the semiconductor manufacturing process, and to discuss technology development strategies.
It will be held with presentations and discussions by invited speakers who are specializing in research and development in the field of advanced semiconductor packaging technology.
August 21th (Wed.)

Time Details
13:10
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13:25
(Invited) Technology Advancements in Microelectronic Packaging with Heterogeneous 3D Chiplet Integration and Hybrid Bonding

Takafumi Fukushima

Tohoku University

13:25
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13:40
(Invited) Enabling Heterogeneous Integration: A Deep Dive into Chiplet Interconnects

Fumihiro Inoue

Yokohama National University

13:40
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13:55
(Invited) Wafer-level Packaging Platform for MEMS Sensor Applications

Hee Yeoun Kim1, Taehyun Kim1, Junmo Yang1, Chungmo Yang1, Sung Hoon Choa2

1National Nanofab Center
2Seoul National University of Science and Technology

13:55
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14:10
(Invited) Enhancing Heat Dissipation in Chiplet-Based Semiconductors using Finite Element Modeling and Machine Learning

Hoon-Hwe Cho1, Min-Jun Cheon1, Jung-Won Lee2, Lewis Kang2, Jungho Kim3, Inhak Han4, Jae Yong Song5

1Hanbat National University
2Nepes
3Asicland
4Baum
5POSTECH

14:10
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14:25
(Invited) Research on the reactions between Ga and metal electrodes for low-temperature soldering applications

Yoonchul Sohn

Chosun university

14:25
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14:40
Coffee Break
14:40
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14:55
(Invited)Strategy to High-Reliable Advanced Packages: Precision Control of Mass and Heat Transport

Hanwool Yeon1, Inhye Jeong1, Chaeyoung Kang1, Bruce Lee2, Lewis Kang2

1GIST
2Nepes

14:55
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15:10
(Invited)Fabrication and Charaterization of Redistriubtion Layer on the Semiconductor Package Substrates

Changhwan Choi

Hanyang University

15:10
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15:25
(Invited)The Effects of Plasma Treatment on SiO2/Cu Hybrid Bonding

Sungdong Kim, Injoo Kim, Siye Lee, Jinho Jang, Minji Kang, Hyein Jin

Seoul National University of Science and Technology

15:25
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15:40
(Invited)Additively Manufactured Packaging Substrates for Fan-Out Interposers

Jimin Kwon

UNIST

15:40
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15:55
(Invited)Novel Interconnect Processes for Advanced Semiconductor Packaging

Bongyoung Yoo

Hanyang University ERICA

 

Convergence Session #7
Machine Learning for Accelerating Smart Technologies

Organizers: Prof. Akara Prayote (King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand)
 
Timetable Session Abstract

Session Abstract
Machine learning (ML) has emerged as a transformative technology, driving innovation across various domain and enabling the development of smart technologies that enhance efficiency, automation and decision-making capabilities. This special session aims to explore the transformative potential of ML algorithms, models and frameworks in the development of smart technologies and its practical applications. It will also provide a platform to share experiences research, foster cross-disciplinary collaboration, discuss challenges and opportunities of adopting ML for smart systems.

We kindly request your consideration of this proposal for inclusion in the conference program. The special session will undoubtedly enrich the conference’s offerings and provide attendees with valuable insights into the transformative potential of machine learning in accelerating the adoption and impact of smart technologies.

August 21th (Wed.)

Time Details
13:10
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13:25
Smartphone-based Road Condition Sensing using Machine Learning Techniques

Luepol Pipanmekaporn, Suwatchai Kamonsantiroj, Ruslee Sutthaweekul, WILAIPORN SAELEE, Kanabadee Srisomboon

King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

13:25
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13:40
Rank Reversal Avoiding Algorithm for Modern Cooperative Spectrum Sensing

WILAIPORN SAELEE, Kanabadee Srisomboon

King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

13:40
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13:55
Machine Learning for Indoor Localization using CSI Technique

WILAIPORN SAELEE, Luepol Pipanmekaporn, Cattareeya Suwanasri, Kanabadee Srisomboon

King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

13:55
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14:10
Enhancing Event Extraction and Impact Analysis with Knowledge Graph Augmented Transformer

Kallaya Songklang, Kanabadee Srisomboon, WILAIPORN SAELEE, Akara Prayote

King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

14:25
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14:40
Coffee Break
14:40
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14:55
A New Service Time Framework for Expressway Toll Lane Capacity Model

Pattarapon Klaykul, Akara Prayote, WILAIPORN SAELEE

King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

14:55
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15:10
Automatic Speech Recognition Techniques for Transcription of Thai Traditional Medicine Texts

JETTASIC POPUN, WILAIPORN SAELEE, Akara Prayote

King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

15:10
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15:25
Unseen Named Entity Recognition for Thai Language

watcharet Kuntichod, Akara Prayote, WILAIPORN SAELEE

King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

15:25
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15:40
Enhancing Multi-parent Selection Algorithm Exploiting MPTCP Protocol

Adisorn Kheaksong1, Kanabadee Srisomboon2, WILAIPORN SAELEE2

1Panyapiwat Institute of Management
1King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok