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Measurement.Blues
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Re: How many accepted?
Measurement.Blues   6/30/2014 8:44:30 PM
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How many papers are accepted for a typical DesignCon?

Varies a little from year to year. You can purchase the 2014 papers at


https://designcon.tech.ubm.com/2014

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Re: How many accepted?
Measurement.Blues   6/30/2014 8:32:46 PM
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Call for abstracts closes July 11. After that, the proposals will be distributed to the  technical track chairs who will then assign reviews. Details at

http://www.designcon.com/santaclara/call-for-abstracts/

 

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How many accepted?
kfield   6/30/2014 8:28:38 PM
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How many papers are accepted for a typical DesignCon?

MeasurementBlues
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Abstracts coming in
MeasurementBlues   5/28/2014 12:04:10 PM
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A few people have already sent in the paper abstracts.

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Re: Transcript for the panel discussion
MeasurementBlues   5/25/2014 4:32:10 PM
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We don't have transcripts of panel discussions, but we are planning to hold the panel session again in 2015. You'll just have to hear it in person.

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Transcript for the panel discussion
Sanjib.A   5/25/2014 1:27:54 PM
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"EMI and SI are Related, Get Used to it,..." It was an interesting topic for the panel discussion. Is there a transcript available somewhere, capturing what was discussed in this panel discussion?

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Measurement.Blues   5/22/2014 6:09:55 PM
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See Janine Love's DesignCon 2015 announcement.



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