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The 1st International Analog VLSI Workshop is sponsored by the Research Committee on Electronic Circuits of the IEEJ (The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan).

The purpose of the workshop is the exchange of information, ideas and recent research results on analog VLSI circuits and their applications. The main objective is to provide an informal setting for a group of analog VLSI specialists from both industry and academia worldwide, to meet and brainstorm.

The 1st Analog VLSI Workshop was held at the Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA, May 6-8, 1997. The dates and locations are indicated below:

Further information can be obtained by contacting Dr. Masayuki Ishikawa(for Japanse) or Dr. Akira Hyogo at:

Prof. Masayuki Ishikawa
Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
Kisarazu National College of Technology,
2-11-1, Kiyomidai-Higashi, Kisarazu, Chiba 292, Japan
FAX: +81-438-98-5717

Prof. Akira Hyogo
C/O Prof. Mohammed Ismail
Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
The Ohio State University,
2015 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH43210
FAX: +1-614-292-7596

(Department of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Science and Technology
Science University of Tokyo

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