ECNU School of Computer Science and Software Engineering will hold Embedded Systems Week (ESWEEK) 2020


LED by Professor Xingmian Sha of the ECNU School of Computer Sciences and Software Engineering, the Shanghai reporting team won the honor to hold Embedded Systems Week (ESWEEK) 2020. It will be the first time for ESWEEK to be held in China.

Professor Xingmian Sha's team won the honor to hold Embedded Systems Week (ESWEEK) 2020.

Embedded Systems Week (ESWEEK) displays innovations and results for embedded systems and software, which allows attendees to benefit from a wide range of topics covering state-of-the-art embedded systems design and HW/SW architectures of research and development.

ESWEEK brings together three leading conferences - CASES, CODES+ISSS and EMSOFT. A special track on Internet of Things (IoT), 2 symposia (RSP, NOCS) and several workshops and tutorials will also be exhibited throughout the event. In addition to fixed arrangements, the F1/10 challenge is also held as a special event for this year's ESWEEK. 

All articles presented in ESWEEK 2018 follow a model of journal-integrated publications that started last year for the conferences CASES, CODES+ISSS, and EMSOFT. They will also be published in the IEEE Transactions on Computer –Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems.

The review process was conducted in two stages with time allotted for minor/major revisions before the final decision. Acceptance rates have reached approximately 25.5% for all conferences, with a total number of 270 submissions. 50 Work-in-Progress track papers have also been selected to be published in ESWEEK Proceedings.

ECNU is proud to host the ESWEEK 2020 as it will further promote ECNU’s international status and comprehensive strength in the field of embedded system and software. ESWEEK 2020 will showcase its platform for scientific research and industrial capacity in international exchange and exhibition; meanwhile, the promotion contributes to ECNU's “double first-class” initiative.

Translated by Siyuan Zhang    Proofread by Joshua Mayfield    Reviewed by Wenjun Guo


East China Normal University