The Indian Journal of VLSI Design (IJVLSID) is having ISSN 2582-8843 (online), half yearly international journal, being published in the months of March and September by Lattice Science Publication (LSP) Bhopal (M.P.), India since year 2021.
The Indian Journal of VLSI Design (IJVLSID) is online, open access, peer reviewed, periodical international journal. The aims of the journal is to publish original, theoretical and practical advances in VLSI Design of Electrical and Electronics Engineering that covers VLSI Circuits and Design, Biological Computing, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Fault-Tolerance, Emerging Technologies, Low Power and Power Aware Design, Molecular Computing, Nano Electronics Computing, Post-CMOS VLSI, Reliability, Testing, VLSI Applications (Communications, Video, Security, Sensor Networks), Quantum Computing and Wireless Communications. All submitted articles will be reviewed by the board of new editors of Indian Journal of VLSI Design (IJVLSID).
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