The SoC Design Track focuses on practical SoC design and design methods and is suited for SoC designers, developers, and engineers working in industry or on industrial projects. This track is intended to complement SOCC's research oriented program with industrial development experiences and case studies.

Design Track submissions require a two-page extended abstract according to the format below and will be published on the SOCC website and in the conference program. They also require a 15-minute oral presentation at the conference in front of an audience.


All extended abstracts must be in English, and submitted in PDF format through our web page.
Please comply with the following guidelines.  In certain cases, non-compliance may lead to rejection or exclusion from publication.

No-Show Policy

All papers that are accepted must be presented at the conference, either by the authors themselves, or via a proxy capable of answering questions regarding the presented work. For Poster presenters, physical presence is required throughout the poster session. In case a paper (oral or poster) is not presented at the conference, it shall be deemed a “no-show.” No-shows will be removed from post-conference distribution and will not be available on IEEE Xplore® or other public-access IEEE forums.


Please note that you are free to arrange the material as you wish, and you can focus on a particular point that interests you, as long as all aspects above are covered.


In order to achieve the same appearance for all manuscripts, SOCC requires the usage of the IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings, available in Microsoft Word and LaTeX format. Please do only use the US Letter size templates. A4 size will not be accepted by the system.


A pdf file should be prepared using the following guidelines:


Paper submission is done via the EDAS Conference and Journal Management System. The button below will take you directly to the submission page.