ISESD 2016


ISESD 2016 publications are included in IEEE Xplore.


Venue and Date

Mercure Bandung Setiabudi, Bandung, Indonesia on November 29 – 30, 2016.


  • Devices, Circuits, and Systems
    • Analog Circuits, Filters and Data Conversion
    • Analog and Mixed Signal Processing
    • Numerical Methods and Circuit Simulation
    • Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Processing
    • Sensors and Devices
    • Intelligent Instrumentations
    • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • VLSI
    • Analog and Digital ICs for Communications
    • Low Power Design & VLSI Physical Synthesis
    • Modeling, Simulation and CAD Tools
    • VLSI Architecture for Signal Processing
  • Communication Systems
    • Radio Propagation and Channel Modeling
    • Communication Theory
    • Antenna and Propagation
    • Wideband Communications
    • Wireless Systems
    • Intelligent Communication Systems and Network Protocols
  • Multimedia and Systems
    • Speech, image, audio/acoustics, and video processing
    • Video and Multimedia Technology & Communications
    • Multimedia Processing for e-Learning
  • Signal Processing
    • Digital Filters and Filter Banks
    • Wavelets and Multirate Signal Processing
    • Adaptive, Non-linear and Multidimensional Signal Processing
    • Fast Computations for Signal Processing, and
    • Intelligent Signal Processing for Communications & Systems
    • Secure Signal Processing
    • Optical and medical Signal Processing
    • Noise Control
  • Internet of Things
  • Smart Devices
    • Smart Card Technology
    • Smart phone, smart home, and smart city


Keynote Speakers



Makoto Ikeda received the BE, ME, and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, in 1991, 1993 and 1996, respectively. He joined the University of Tokyo as a research associate, in 1996, and now professor at the department of electrical engineering and information systems. At the same time he has been involving the activities of VDEC(VLSI Design and Education Center, the University of Tokyo), to promote VLSI design educations and researches in Japanese academia. He worked for asynchronous circuits design, smart image sensor for 3-D range finding, and time-domain circuits for associate memories. He has published more than 230 technical publications, including 10 invited papers, and 7 books/chapters. He has been serving various positions of various international conferences, including ISSCC IMMD sub-committee chair (ISSCC 2015 – ), A-SSCC 2015 TPC Chair, VLSI Circuits Symposium PC Chair (will be for 2016/2017). He is a member of IEEE, IEICE Japan, IPSJ and ACM.


HidetoHidakaHideto Hidaka earned the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electronic engineering from the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. In Mitsubishi Electric, Renesas Technology, and Renesas Electronics he has been engaged in the research and development of high-density, application-specific, and embedded aspects of DRAM technology and circuits, embedded-flash memory for MCU, embedded non-volatile memory technology.

Since 2005 he and his team have created the world’s first split-gate embedded SONOS flash memory for MCU products at 90 nm technology node, which changed the MCU technology trend for automotive applications in performance, power, and reliability advantages. He led this development into market dominance to make a de-facto standard in MCU applications, which was followed by successful 40 nm and 28 nm SONOS-eFlash development. He is now the Senior Vice-President and Chief Technology Officer at Renesas Electronics Corp. responsible for all the corporate R&D activities.

He has authored and co-authored more than 60 journal papers and conference papers, as well as 293 US patents and 193 Japanese patents issued. He was a visiting scientist at the Media Laboratory, MIT, in 1987–88, and he has been a lecturer for a graduate course at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, in 2013–2015 Dr. Hidaka has served on program committees of technical conferences: ISSCC by the Memory Subcommittee Chair, Program Committee (ITPC) Vice-chair and Chair (2012), as well as A-SSCC, ICICDT, VLSI-TSA, IEICE-ICD, and ICDV. He is a member of the IEEE SSCS Adcom, an Associate Editor of JSSC, a Steering Committee member of Trans. VLSI Systems, an advisory board member for the IEEE SSCS Magazine, and Chair of IEEE-SSCS Kansai Chapter.

Trio Adiono

Trio Adiono received the B.Eng. degree in electrical engineering and M.Eng. degree in microelectronics from Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, in 1994 and 1996, respectively. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in VLSI Design from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, in 2002. From 2002 to 2004, he was a research fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) in Tokyo Institute of Technology. In 2005, he was a visiting scholar at MESA+, Twente University, the Netherlands. In 2006, he was a guest lecturer at Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology, University of Malaysia. He received the “Second Japan Intellectual Property (IP) Award” in 2000 from Nikkei BP for his research on “Low Bit-rate Video Communication LSI Design”. He also holds a Japanese Patent on “High Quality Video Compression System”. Currently, he is a lecturer at the School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, and also serves as a Head of the Microelectronics Center and IC Design Laboratory, Institut Teknologi Bandung. He has co-founded several start-up companies such as BeyondMPEG Inc. (Japan), Versatile Silicon Tech (Indonesia) and Xirka Silicon Technology (Indonesia). He had several key committee positions and keynote speaker in national and international conferences, workshops, and training in microelectronics area. He currently serves as a chair of the IEEE SSCS Indonesia Chapter. His research interests include VLSI design, signal and image processing, smart card, electronics solution design and integration.

Special Sessions

Cognitive Artificial Intelligence

Cognitive Artificial Intelligence: The Fusion of Artificial Intelligence and Information Fusion
Arwin Datumaya Wahyudi Sumari, Adang Suwandi Ahmad
Implementation Knowledge Growing System Algorithm using VHDL
Catherine Olivia Sereati, Arwin Datumaya Wahyudi Sumari, Trio Adiono and Adang Suwandi Ahmad
Transformer Performance Calculation Using Information Fusion based on DGA Interpretation
Karel Octavianus Bachri, Bambang Anggoro, Adang Suwandi Ahmad
DPA-Countermeasure With Knowledge Growing System
Septafiansyah Dwi Putra, Adang Suwandi Ahmad, Sarwono Sutikno


Smart Electronics and Devices Related Researches in Taiwan I

Applications of Micro Optics for Energy-Effective Lighting
Guo-Dung John Su and Hsiang-Chun Wei (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
Some upper and lower bounds on the map-reduce evaluation of relational algebra queries
Tony Tan (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
Design and Implementation of IP-based Door Phone
Daniel Hofman (Czech Technical University, Czech), Jenq-Shiou Leu (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan), and Pavel Troller (Czech Technical University, Czech)
A High Accuracy FPGA Vernier Time-to-Digital Converter Based on PLL Delay Matrix
Poki Chen, Yi-Su Chung (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan), and Wei Yang Tai (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China)
Smart RFIC: Millimeter-wave Parasitic-Insensitive 1024-QAM CMOS Transceiver for 5G Links
Tian-Wei Huang (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)


Smart Electronics and Devices Related Researches in Taiwan II

A 10-Bit DAC with an RDAC-Embedded Op-amp for TFT-LCD Source Driver ICs
Chih-Wen Lu and Yen-Chung Huang (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)
A Compact Shorted Patch Rectenna Design with Harmonic Rejection Properties
Jui-Hung Chou (National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology, Taiwan) and Ding-Bing Lin (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)
Impact of Backoff Algorithm on Small Data Transmission Scheme in a Generalized Multichannel Slotted Aloha System
Chu-Chun Huang, Ray-Guang Cheng, and Ruki Harwahyu (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)
Study and Implementation of an Interleaved Buck Converter with Asymmetric Phase-shift Control
Sih-Yi Lee, Huang-Jen Chiu, and Yao-Ching Hsieh (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)


Best Papers

Performance of graphene-on-gold SPR biosensor using wurtzite nitrides

Goutam Mohanty (National Institute of Technology, India), Bijay Ku. Sahoo (National Institute of Technology, India), Jamil Akhtar (Central Electronic Engineering Research Institute, India)

Robust Pupil Tracking Algorithm Based on Ellipse Fitting

Thoriq Satriya, Sunu Wibirama, Igi Ardiyanto (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)



Total number of papers submitted to this event: 123

Total number of papers accepted: 81

Number of invited papers: 1

Total number of papers presented orally (excluding invited papers): 74

Countries: Indonesia, India, Japan, Malaysia, Turkey, Vietnam