- Early-Bird discount extended until Sunday 11th April.
- Submission deadline extended to February 12.
- Submission instructions added to Call for Papers & Submission page.
- Publications to appear in IEEE Xplore.
- Call for Papers is released.
- Submission Deadline: Friday 12th February 2016 (23:59 GMT) [extended]
- Author Notification: Friday 11th March 2016
- Camera Ready: Friday 25th March 2016
- Workshop: 11th - 13th May 2016
- EWME 2014 - Tallinn, Estonia
- EWME 2012 - Grenoble, France
- EWME 2010 - Darmstadt, Germany
- EWME 2008 - Budapest, Hungary
- EWME 2006 - Stockholm, Sweden
- EWME 2004 - Lausanne, Switzerland
- EWME 2002 - Vigo, Spain
- EWME 2000 - Aix-en-Provence, France
- EWME 1998 - Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands
- EWME 1996 - Grenoble, France
EWME 2016 is the eleventh European Workshop on Microelectronics Education. The previous ones were held in Grenoble (1996, 2012), Noordwijkerhout (1998), Aix-en-Provence (2000), Vigo (2002), Lausanne (2004), Stockholm (2006), Budapest (2008), Darmstadt (2010) and Tallinn (2014). This is the first time that the Workshop has been held within the United Kingdom. EWME is held every second year in Europe, while MSE (Microelectronic Systems Education) is held every other year in the USA.
EWME 2016 will take place in Southampton, a vibrant and well-connected coastal city, which is home to 250,000 people. As a historic medieval city, Southampton is also blessed with a number of museums, unique buildings, award-winning green spaces, and Grade II listed public parks. All are within close reach of the conference venue. A number of nearby places can also be easily visited by public transport, including the New Forest National Park (15 mins), Winchester (15 mins), the Isle of Wight (30 mins), Bournemouth Beach (30 mins), Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard (60 mins), and London (80 mins).
EWME 2016 is organized by the Department of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton.
The purpose of the workshop is to provide a forum to exchange ideas and to discuss:
Innovative Course Design Development
- Novel courses, laboratories and design projects
- Globalization and international education
- The future of microelectronics education
- Use of multimedia in microelectronics education
- Long-distance and continuous microelectronics education
- Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
- Exchange programs (compatibility of curricula, etc)
Enhancing Student Experience
- Innovative assessment approaches
- Novel feedback methods
- Innovative teaching for multi-cultural cohorts
Industry Collaboration Technological Advances
- Industrial roadmaps & electronics education
- Entrepreneurship in micro- and nano electronics
- Innovation in microelectronics
- Emerging fields in microelectronics technology
- Industrial-university educational collaboration
EWME 2016 features two Special Themes which will run throughout the programme. Authors are invited to submit contributions to these (submissions are expected to also cover one-or-more of the topics above):
Special Theme A: Multi/Many-Core Systems
- These computing systems, which contain more than one processing element, are becoming widespread. Graduates need to be appropriately educated on design techniques, parallel software and programming models, computer architecture etc.
Special Theme B: Internet of Things (IoT)
- The IoT is a computing paradigm where embedded electronic devices are internetworked with each other. The design of these systems requires a wide range of skills including low-power design, software, security, communications etc.
Questions and queries should be directed to the Workshop admin at firstname.lastname@example.org.