Circuits and Systems Chapter2024-04-27T13:14:03+01:00

Circuits and Systems Chapter

Welcome to the IEEE UK and Ireland Circuits and Systems Chapter.

The Circuits and Systems (CAS) Chapter is one of the oldest in in the Section with a tradition in pursuing and introducing the latest developments in the field to its membership. As the Chapter name suggests it span a wide range of activities and crosses over the disciplines from the low-level circuits related subjects and technologies to how it all fits together at the system level, including algorithms and complete system-level aspects.

This Chapter is aimed at researchers, practitioners and academics working the field of CAS, be it at the low-level integrated circuit aspects to higher levels of systems and their integration both on silicon, and discrete component level as well as software implementations and algorithmic level innovations.

We have a range of activities throughout the year from regular interest group based lectures, to Distinguished Lecturers and workshops to expose new and upcoming areas in CAS.  We also have joint seminars with other Chapters whose disciplines are close to CAS.

Chapter Committee

Prof Andreas Demosthenous
Prof Andreas DemosthenousChapter Chair

Upcoming Events

Past Events

Check out the Chapter’s past events.

3007, 2022

Event Review | IEEE UK and Ireland Section Sponsors STEM for Britain 2022 Prizes

IEEE UK and Ireland sponsored two prizes in the STEM for Britain 2022 event at the UK Houses of Parliament in London.  STEM for Britain 2022 is an exhibition of posters by early-career research scientists, engineers and mathematicians showcasing cutting edge research in engineering, science and mathematics.

2002, 2021

Finalists Announced for First Women in Circuits and Systems Workshop

The IEEE UK and Ireland Circuits and Systems Chapter presents its first, Women in Circuits and Systems (WiCAS) Workshop. The scope of the workshop is to promote the excellent research done by women early career researchers in our Section and to foster opportunities for networking and collaboration.

Past Chairs

Prof Izzet Kale
Prof Izzet Kale2002-2023
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