Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
Santa Clara, CA, USA
September 5-8, 2023

Please read these guidelines thoroughly and prepare your paper accordingly.
To submit your paper, follow the link at the bottom of this page.


The Industrial Paper 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.

Industrial Paper Track submissions require a one to two page paper containing problem statement, importance, prior work, technical solution, and benefits. They also require a 15-minute oral presentation at the conference in front of an audience.


All industrial papers 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.

  • The industrial paper must discuss only new and previously unpublished results.
  • The industrial paper must be formatted according to the IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings, and must not exceed 2 pages.
  • The industrial paper must address at least one category specified in the Call for Papers.
  • Each accepted Industrial Track submission is required to have at least one "Full Conference" (member or non-member) registration by July 17, 2023, from one of the authors. Student or IEEE life member registrations will not be counted towards this requirement. For authors with multiple accepted papers, one full registration is valid for up to 2 papers.
  • SOCC will also not accept any double-submission that is either under review by or has been accepted for another conference, or journal.


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.


  • An industrial paper is a short article where your work is presented in a concise way.
  • The aim of an industrial paper is to share ideas and results in a way that is easily accessible to the reader, e.g. your peers and the conference staff.
  • The industrial paper should be understood in less than one hour.
  • The industrial paper must include similar aspects and information expected in a regular paper, but more focused on practical design and design methods, without being too detailed.
  • A common disposition is to divide it into the following sections (see also the template below):
    • Problem Statement:
      Summarize the problem you are trying to solve.
    • Importance:
      Summarize why solving this problem can have a significant impact on the community. This can be an external impact or an internal impact.
    • Prior work: 
      Summarize previous work or design that you are building on, improving upon, or replacing.
    • Technical solution:
      Summarize your technical solution to the problem.
    • Quantitative benefits:
      Provide a summary of quantitative benefits that your solution provides.
  • The industrial paper will be assessed with respect to the relevance of the work in the field of SoC design, the relevance of the introduction, results and discussion, the ability to clearly pass on the message, and the overall impression.
  • Some things that can be omitted from an industrial paper: future work, details of proofs or implementation that should seem plausible to reviewers, ramifications not relevant to the key ideas of the abstract.

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:

  • Do not set any file security on any files.
  • Do not use other fonts than the ones used in the template. However, if it should become necessary for any reason to use any other font, avoid the usage of non-English fonts, especially Asian fonts.
  • ALL fonts must be accurately included in the PDF file as an "Embedded Subset."



Please submit your industrial paper exclusively via the EDAS Conference and Journal Management System. Papers sent by email cannot be accepted.


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