ISSCC 2015 Student Research Preview

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Submission Instruction
• Thank you for your participation in the Student Research Preview
(SRP).
1. Submit your ppt file at http://www.epapers.org/isscc2015. Upon
upload, you will receive a submission ID via email. Please inform
this ID to your advisor.
2. Ask your advisor to fill in the endorsement file. This file must be sent
directly to the SRP secretary, Prof. SeongHwan Cho via e-mail at
[email protected] (Students do NOT send e-mail.)
3. Your advisor will receive an acknowledgment by email within a
couple of days after the endorsement file is received. If you do not
receive the acknowledgment within a couple of days of the
submission, please send an email to Prof. SeongHwan Cho at
[email protected]
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[Title of research]
[Photo of
yourself
here]
(subtitle your photo
with: your university
name, and degrees
completed, so far)
• Speaker Name
• Co-authors
• Advisor’s name
• Affiliation1 (department, university)
Affiliation2 (department, university)
• Contact information of the speaker
(email address)
• Degree currently working on, and
expected year of completion
• Research area/interests
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Please answer the following questions
 Hardware has been fabricated: (yes, no)
 The chip has been tested: (yes, no)
 The chip is being fabricated but not tested yet: (tested,
not yet tested)
 Simulations only: (yes, no)
 Technology used:
 I will be a student at the time of the presentation next
February. (yes, no)
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Abstract (less than 150 words)
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words. Example shown here has a hundred.
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Motivation & Problem Statement
• Motivation & background of your research
– Describe why is it important. Add figures if necessary.
• Problem statement
– Describe what you are trying to solve. Add figures if
necessary.
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Previous work by other groups
• List key publication(s) by other groups.
• Describe how your work is different from
others’ work.
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Previous Work from Your Group
• List past work closely related to this research
that you or your co-author published.
– Describe in one or two sentences about the
significance/key idea of your previous work.
• [Example] G. Hong & A. Smith, “A motion compensation
technique for robust heart-rate monitoring,” IEEE Trans.
on Systems, vol. 1, no. 1, 2010, pp. 1-10.
– The key idea of this work is to employ adaptive filtering to
cancel motion artifact in ECG monitoring.
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Contribution from You
• What is the key idea/significance of this work compared to
you or your co-author’s previously published research?
– Describe in one or two sentences on what is new or significant
compared to you or your co-author’s past work.
• If there are multiple authors*, what is YOUR contribution?
– Describe the contribution that YOU have made.
* excludes advisors.
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RESEARCH DETAILS (1)
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The guideline for the usage of color:
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All backgrounds must be white: no background
color or pattern may be used
All text must be in black, and should be in Arial font
Color may be used in schematics, graphs,
illustrations, and photographs, only when it adds to
the clarity of the presentation.
• Not all colors are equally visible when projected. Bright red,
blue, green and orange are easiest to see. Avoid yellows
and light or pastel colors that are not easily seen on a clear
background, except, possibly as a local barely-visible
background in a boxed area.
• Use extra-wide line widths for colored lines.
• Use a minimum line width of 2-point for lines in drawings
and schematics
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No logos, advertising, or BORDERS, are allowed
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RESEARCH DETAILS (2)
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The guidelines for font style and sizing (as
specified for 81/2 x 11 (or A4))
– Use up to 5 slides to describe the research
– Use Arial font
– The font size recommended is:
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36 to 44 point for titles
36 point for sub-titles
28 point for major bullets
24 point for indented bullets
Minimum 24 point for text on illustrations, graphs,
figures, overlays on die photos
• Keep the visual simple!
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RESEARCH DETAILS (3)
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Use up to 5 slides to describe your research.
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RESEARCH DETAILS (4)
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Use up to 5 slides to describe your research.
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RESEARCH DETAILS (5)
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Use up to 5 slides to describe your research.
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Demo
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Please fill out this slide only if you plan to include a Demo during
the poster presentation. Note that demo is optional.
Please describe what you plan to show during the demo. (e.g.
What is the input, output? What is the goal of the demo? What
equipments will be used? What will be shown? Please add
figures.
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Demo Description
Please add figures or pictures that describe your demo.
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