There is the Best Paper Award, selected by a special committee nominated by the Steering Committee. The basis for award candidacy are the ratings and comments given by the paper reviewers.
The award will be announced in the closing session of the conference.
The award candidates are:
“An 88% fractional bandwidth reconfigurable power amplifier for NB-IoT and LTE-M in 22 nm CMOS FDSOI” by Baktash Behmanesh, Joachim Rodrigues, Henrik Sjoland from Department of Electrical and Information Technology (EIT), Lund University, Sweden
“Optimal switching time to minimize store energy in MTJ-based flip-flops under process and temperature variations” by Kimiyoshi Usami1, Daiki Yokoyama1, Aika Kamei2, Hideharu Amano2 from 1. Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan; 2. Keio University, Japan
“Multi-Function CIM Array for Genome Alignment Applications built with Fully Digital Flow” by Christian Lanius, Tobias Gemmeke from RWTH Aachen University, Germany