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Call for presentation

The Student Workshop will be held in parallel to the IEEE interregional flagship NEWCAS 2021 conference (June 13-16, 2021). It aims to foster exchanges between students and researchers from worldwide universities, offering the chance to graduate students to promote their innovative ideas with regards to sustainability (low power circuits and systems for communications, healthcare, environmental monitoring). They will be able to show their work and results during a dedicated live session, explaining their work and answering questions from a jury during a 7-minute slot. The jury includes representatives from different universities and will determine the best student’s work. Student main authors are restricted to master students or 1st year PhD students. The workshop is co-organized by Meiji University, Japan, University of Toulon, France, University of Grenoble-Alpes, France, and the Quebec Strategic Alliance for Microsystems (ReSMiQ) research consortium, Canada.

How to submit your poster?

Please send a 10-slide presentation to

Format will be power point if animated or pdf. No need to register or comment at that time.

The notifications of acceptance will be sent once the review process is completed.


Presentation submission deadline: April 18, 2021

Notifications of acceptance: May 3, 2021

The presentation will be accepted on the basis of the innovative aspects of the proposed circuit or system for the topic, the positioning of the work regarding the context and state-of-art, the excellence of the scientific approach, and the quality of the simulated and/or experimental results.


Remote Student Workshop


Student workshop: 80€

Enables to attend both the student workshop and the NEWCAS2021 remote sessions (accepted presentations and as viewer only).


Questions should be directed to

Student Workshop Co-Chairs

  • Kawori Sekine, Meiji University, JP
  • Florence Podevin, University Grenoble Alpes, FR
  • Mounir Boukadoum, ReSMIQ, CA
  • Hervé Barthélémy, Université de Toulon, FR

Student Workshop Scientific Committee

  • Kawori Sekine, Meiji University, JP
  • Kazuyuki Wada, Meiji University, JP
  • Tetsushi Ikegami, Meiji University, JP
  • Florence Podevin, University Grenoble Alpes, FR
  • Estelle Lauga-Larroze, University Grenoble Alpes, FR
  • Mounir Boukadoum, ReSMIQ, CA
  • Benoit Gosselin, Laval University, CA
  • Hervé Barthélémy, Université de Toulon, FR
  • Valentin Gies, Université de Toulon, FR
  • Hervé Glotin, Université de Toulon, FR
  • François Rivet, University of Bordeaux, FR
  • Lionel Trojman, ISEP, FR