March 31, 2023
The ICSJ2023 official website was opened and the first call for paper was announced.
The Abstract Submission is open.
Call for papers
You can download an electronic brochure of ICSJ2023 call for papers (PDF file).
12th IEEE CPMT Symposium Japan (ICSJ2023)
November 15-17, 2023,
Venue: Ritsumeikan University Suzaku Campus, Kyoto, JAPAN (On-site only)
"Advanced Packaging for Chiplet Era"
"IEEE CPMT Symposium Japan (ICSJ)" is one of the most widely recognized international conferences sponsored by the IEEE Electronics Packaging Society (EPS) and has been held annually in Kyoto in November. This conference was inaugurated in 1992 as "The VLSI Packaging Workshop in Japan (VPWJ)" to provide a platform for you to communicate and interact with global leaders in packaging technology. Later in 2010, this conference was renamed to "ICSJ" and ICSJ2023 is the 12th ICSJ meeting, or 21th conference since establishing VPWJ. The past two years of ICSJ events were a hybrid meeting with virtual and on-site event, but this year, ICSJ2023 will be only on-site meetings since the pandemic settles down and our daily things get to the normal.
Advanced Packaging for Chiplet Era: Chiplet architecture, moving from monolithic to multi-tile devices, is becoming a key technology to expand computing resources with integrated functional units on a same package. Chiplet is not only driving the packaging technology including 2.xD/3D integration and high density substrate technology with process and material, but also revolutionizing applications requiring highly advanced computing such as 5G, AI, automotive, edge computing and mobile components. The symposium tries to forecast where the packaging technology is heading. In 2023, our focus is on key electronics packaging technologies pulling by Chiplet architecture on the following main topics: Photonics, Advanced Packaging, Process & Material, Power & Automotive Electronics, Bioelectronics & Healthcare, and Signal/Power Integrity. Additional topics of primary interest to the participants are listed below.
Other topics include (but not limited to):
+ Fine Pitch Assembly & Hybrid bonding
+ Packaging for Neuromorphic or Quantum computing
+ Laminated Materials & Processing
+ Co-packaged Optics & Materials for optical packaging
+ Packaging for High-Speed Electrical Interconnect
+ Signal Integrity & Power Integrity
+ RF Components & Modules
+ Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printed Electronics
+ Resilient Packaging for Autonomous System
+ Low Power, Low Temperature & Ultra Low Noise System Packaging
This conference is a perfect opportunity for you to communicate, interact, exchange technical ideas, and discuss your latest novel research findings in packaging technologies with experts from industry and academia. In addition to the regular sessions, there is an "Early Career Researchers' (ECR)" session for young researchers with less than 2-year experience in their professions and all students including Ph.D. to hold fruitful communications with the experts. The ECR sessions will be held as a poster session. Authors are invited to submit an abstract through our website https://www.ieee-csj.org.
The abstract deadline is May 29, 2023. Notification of acceptance will be sent by July 14, 2023, and the authors are requested to submit a 4-page manuscript by September 11, 2023 for the Technical Digest which will be available via IEEE Xplore Digital Library, whereas the authors for the ECR session are required to submit a 2-page manuscript.
Plenary, Special Session and Invited Speakers:
|Seungwook Yoon (Samsung Electronics)|
|Rer. Nat. Harald Kuhn (Fraunhofer ENAS)|
The above list of speakers will be updated and announced on the ICSJ official website.
Taiji Sakai (FICT Limited)
Eiji Higurashi (Tohoku University)
Sam Karikalan (Broadcom Inc.)
Hideyuki Nawata (Nissan Chemical Corporation)
Kazuyuki Nakagawa (Renesas Electronics Corporation)
Kenji Takahashi (AIST)
IEEE Electronics Packaging Society (EPS)
IEEE EPS Japan Chapter
Conference Venue:Ritsumeikan University Suzaku Campus
1 Nishinokyo-Suzaku-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto 604-8520, Japan