February 27 - March 01, 2024
Punta del Este - Uruguay
LASCAS is the international symposium and flagship event of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society in Latin America.

Call for Tutorials!

The LASCAS 2024 technical program will include tutorials that complement the regular technical program with new topics of special interest to participants. Tutorials are an integral part of LASCAS where faculty members have the opportunity to share their expertise in a particular area and research topic with fellow researchers and other interested parties. Both academic and industry proposals are solicited. Proposals may be established or emerging topics with profound and new insights, best presented through an oral presentation.


Call for 2024 Student Travel Grant and Pre-Doctoral Grants

LASCAS/Iberchip/AIMDs-Workshop 2024

Student accommodation/registration scholarships

Applicants who submit their applications prior to December 12th will receive notifications by December 19th


Paper Submission:

FINAL EXTENSION: October 2nd, 2023

Notification of acceptance:

November 27, 2023

Camera ready:

December 11, 2023

Tutorials Submission:

September 22, 2023

Notification of acceptance:

November 30, 2023

Special Session Submission

September 22, 2023

Notification of acceptance:

November 30, 2023

Since its first edition in 2010, LASCAS provides a high-quality exchange and networking forum for researchers, professionals, and students, gathering an international audience with experts from all over the world. This event is a space where the CAS community can present new concepts and innovative approaches, learn about new trends and solutions, and receive feedback from specialists in diverse fields.
The 15th edition will take place in Punta del Este, Uruguay. With its lush landscapes, pristine beaches, and sophisticated amenities, has established itself as a premier tourist destination in South America. It offers an unparalleled experience, where visitors can immerse themselves in a rich blend of natural beauty and modern luxury. The city is easily accessible by air, with regular flights from major cities in South America, and just 90 minute from Montevideo and its international airport. Punta del Este is ready to receive you.

  • Analog and Digital Signal Processing

  • Biomedical Circuits and Systems

  • Intelligent Sensor Systems and Internet of Things

  • Artificial Intelligence and Smart Systems

  • Nanoelectronics and Gigascale Systems

  • Electronic Design Automation

  • Circuits and Systems for Communications

  • RF Circuits and Systems

  • Smart Systems and Smart Manufacturing

  • Power Systems and Power Electronic Circuits

  • Multimedia Systems and Applications

  • Life Science Systems and Applications

  • Electronic Testing

  • Fault Tolerant Circuits

  • Nonlinear Circuits and Systems

  • Cognitive Computing and Deep Learning

  • Computing and Big Data Applications

The symposium will cover technical novelties and tutorial overviews on circuits and systems topics including but not limited to:

Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements. Best papers will be invited to a special edition of the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I (TCAS-I) and IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II (TCAS-II).







Technical main sponsors


Technical co-sponsors


General Chairs

Dr. Matías Miguez - UCU, Uruguay

Dr. Pablo Pérez-Nicoli - UdelaR, Uruguay

Program Chairs

Dr. José Lipovetzky - Instituto Balseiro, Argentina

Dr. Maysam Ghovanloo - Silicon Creations, USA

Financial Chair
Dr. Joel Gak - UCU, Uruguay
Mariana Siniscalchi - UdelaR, Uruguay
Special Sessions Chairs
Dr. Alfredo Arnaud, UCU, Uruguay
Dr. Pablo Mandolesi, UNS, Argentina
Tutorial Chairs
Dr. Julian Oreggioni, UdelaR, Uruguay
Dr. Pedro Toledo, Synopsys, Portugal
Publication Chair
Pablo Thomasset - UTE , Uruguay
Local Organization Chairs
Dr. Francisco Veirano - UdelaR, Uruguay
Dr. Germán Fierro - UdelaR, Uruguay
MSc. Rafael Puyol - UCU, Uruguay
Full list Technical Program Committee


Sudipto Chakraborty

Low-power Analog, RF Design Using Current Mode Techniques

Charge-based transistor models facilitate the IC design process and the designer education

Carlos Galup

Open Talk to all IEEE members sponsored by the Circuits and Systems Society under its Distinguished Lecturer Program

Rikky Muller

More information coming soon...

Jan Rabaey

Where technology and biology meet - interfacing with the brain


Manikandan R R

Ultra-Low Power Voltage Reference Circuits

Trends in implantable neurostimulators

Santiago Martínez
Marco Tartagni
Alessandro Piovaccari

Sensing, Sampling, Quantization, and Information Theory – A Practical Approach

SSCS special tutorial

Sudipto Chakraborty
Gilson Wirth

Charge Trapping in Semiconductor Devices: From Device Level Modeling to Circuit Design

Jorge Marín
Sebastián Moya

Analog integrated circuit design using opensource software tools and PDKs

Evolution of low power analog/RF designs in the last decade: past, present and future trends

AIMDs Workshop

Active implantable medical devices: trends and challenges in bioelectronic medicines

This year we will have a CASS Satellite one-day Workshop. This work shop will gather key actors from the industry and academia to provide an overall view and exchange on the state of the art, trends and challenges in the field of active implantable medical devices (AIMDs). Tutorials and Keynotes from industry experts will be provided, and a Panel discussion will be organized to present together the view of the industry and the academia. Uruguay has a long tradition of industrial and academic activities in this field that traces back to the beginnings of AIMDs in the 1960s with the first pacemakers for long-term use. The purpose of the workshop is to leverage on the local activity to provide the CASS community with a high profile, global discussion on the state of the art and trends in this field that has always been in the forefront of electronics technology innovation.


ALL submissions must be made on-line vía LASCAS EASY CHAIR site.

Email submissions will NOT be accepted!!

All submissions MUST BE in English.

Use the Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings

Paper Length: Maximum 5 pages, of which 4 are for technical content including text, figures, and references (if any), and with one additional optional 5th page containing only references
Paper Size: A4 (210mm X 297mm)
File Format: Adobe PDF (.pdf)
Allowed File Size, up to: 5.0MB
Do NOT page number your paper
Do NOT apply security settings to your PDF file.


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10:00 - 10:50


11:00 - 11:45

Sophisticated machines and innovative education / Ralf Brauer

11:45 - 13:00

Moving forward by moving back / Sara Boyd

13:30 - 14:45

From purposes and uses to tasks and environments / Jean Kistler

14:45 - 15:45

The things that do not change / Brandon Eller

16:00 - 16:45

Leadership and innovation / Olga Carley

16:45 - 18:00

Ethical guiding principles for academic publication / Benjamin Parrish