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DesignCon 2020 Call for Abstracts Extended

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Submit your proposal for technical papers, panel discussions, and other sessions by the extended deadline of Friday, July 26.

Design engineers have an extra week to finalize and submit proposals to present a paper or tutorial, plan a boot camp or Chiphead Theater session, or even organize a panel discussion. The extended deadline to complete your DesignCon 2020 Call for Abstract submission is Friday, July 26.

Submissions should be educational and informative, and avoid commercial content. Presentation opportunities include 45-minute technical sessions, which require submission of a technical paper; 75-minute panel discussions; and 3-hour tutorials. Please submit through the electronic portal.

You may also submit a proposal for a full-day Boot Camp and Expo floor Chiphead Theater sessions. Boot Camps provide an in-depth introduction to core DesignCon concepts such as Signal Integrity, Power Integrity, PCB Fabrication, and Test & Measurement. Chiphead Theater sessions provide less-technical content such as teardowns, demos, and panels presented as 45-minute sessions open to all event attendees.

Our track numbers have changed, so please check your track carefully when completing the submission form. You can review all track descriptions and sample topics on the DesignCon website.

See you for DesignCon 2020 at the end of January!

By Engineers, For Engineers. Join our in-depth conference program with over 100 technical paper sessions, panels, and tutorials spanning 14 tracks. DesignCon. Jan. 28-30, 2020, in Santa Clara, CA. Learn more about the event, hosted by Design News’ parent company Informa Markets
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