The submission deadline for MIPI DevCon Taipei presentations closed on 26 July 2019.
Please contact Dervla Froemming, MIPI senior event manager, for more information.
Possible Presentation Areas
The following topical areas are provided for guidance only and include, but are not limited to:
- Implementation Guidelines and Examples
- Applications – Unique applications are of interest
- Use Cases
- System design utilizing MIPI specifications
- Implementation within Mobile
- Implementation in Mobile Influenced Industries (e.g., Automotive, IoT, Wearables, AR/VR/XR)
- Implementation and Applications of MIPI Specifications including: 5G, Automotive, I3C, RFFE
We are also open to other topics not listed above, so if you feel that the topic you would like to speak about would interest our audience but is not on the list, feel free to submit it for consideration.
MIPI DevCon is targeted towards system architects, engineers, designers, test engineers, engineering managers, and business and marketing executives. We expect there will be press and analysts in attendance covering the event. MIPI DevCon will feature the latest series of developments, use cases, and implementations presented by MIPI experts. In addition, a demo area will be organized in conjunction with the conference.
All speakers should keep in mind that this is a technical conference and therefore the presentations must emphasize specific challenges, issues or methods, and avoid giving product-focused "sales pitches." The total time for presentations will be approx. 30-45 minutes in length (including Q&A).
By submitting an abstract, selected speakers are committing to presenting at MIPI DevCon. Please ensure you are available to travel (if necessary). Speakers are responsible for all of their travel arrangements and expenses. All speakers selected will receive complimentary registration.
- Title of your presentation
- Your name, business title, company, e-mail addresses of all presenters (no more than two)
- A professional biography (50-words) for each presenter
- A 100-word abstract of your presentation. Abstracts should be short and concise, with enough information for the MIPI DevCon Steering Committee to judge your submission
- A high-resolution head shot with white background
Members of the MIPI DevCon Steering Committee will evaluate all abstract submissions based on the following criteria: relevance to the industry, well-defined focus within MIPI structure, and practical applications of technology/material. The content must be informative. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis during the submission period.