2014 IEEE Workshop on Nonlinear Circuit Networks
The 2014 IEEE Workshop on Nonlinear Circuit Networks (NCN'14) will be held on December 12-13, 2014, at NICHIA-KAIKAN, Tokushima University, Tokushima, Japan.
The objective of this workshop is to provide a forum for exchange of the latest results related to nonlinear circuit networks.
Papers describing original works in all aspects of nonlinear circuit networks are invited.
The NCN has been founded as a closed internal workshop by Prof. Ushida and Prof. Tanaka in 1995.
In 2006, NCN'06 was organized as the first open NCN workshop sponsored by the IEEE CAS Society Shikoku Chapter preceded by 17 closed NCN workshops held in Tokushima, Tokyo, Nobeyama and Karuizawa.
During 2007-2013, a closed NCN workshop was held in Tokyo and seven open NCN workshops (NCN'07, NCN'08, NCN'09, NCN'10, NCN'11, NCN'12 and NCN'13) were organized by the IEEE CAS Society Shikoku Chapter in Tokushima.
The NCN'14 will be the ninth open NCN workshop.
[December 8, 2014] Tentative Program is on the web now.
[December 8, 2014] Paper submission page is closed.
[November 10, 2014] The deadline of summary submission is extended to November 14.
[November 5, 2014] Summary submission page is now available.
Please follow the Information for Author.
|November 14, 2014||Summary submission (up to 4 pages)|
November 10, 2014
|November 27, 2014||Notification of acceptance|
|December 3, 2014||Deadline for camera-ready (up to 4 pages)|
Registration fee is payable at the on-site registration desk.
|Regular(IEEE Members)||JPY 15,000|
|Student(IEEE Members)||JPY 10,000|
|Additional Banquet Fee||JPY 5,000|
Only cash payment is accepted.
IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, Shikoku Chapter
In Cooperation with
General Chair: Yoshifumi Nishio (Tokushima Univ.)
Technical Program Chair: Tetsushi Ueta (Tokushima Univ.)
Local Arrangement Chair: Yasuteru Hosokawa (Shikoku Univ.)
General Secretary: Yoko Uwate (Tokushima Univ.)
Akio Ushida (Tokushima Bunri Univ.)
Mamoru Tanaka (Sophia Univ.)
Toshimichi Saito (Hosei Univ.)
Ken'ya Jin'no (Nippon Inst. Tech.)