[hpc-announce] FCCM'22 Call for Participation (Early Registration by May 1)

Hao, Callie callie.hao at gatech.edu
Thu Apr 7 09:24:54 CDT 2022

Call for Participation: The 30th IEEE International Symposium On Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines<https://www.fccm.org/> (FCCM)

May 15-18, 2022 | New York City | Hybrid Event

The IEEE International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM<https://www.fccm.org/>) is the original and premier forum for presenting and discussing new research related to computing that exploits the unique features and capabilities of FPGAs and other reconfigurable hardware.


Conference Information


*         Conference Dates: May 15-18, 2022

*         Location: Cornell Tech, Roosevelt Island, NYC

*         Conference Format: The FCCM 2022 will be a hybrid event. There will be a live face-to-face conference at Cornell Tech and a virtual program.

*         Registration: https://www.fccm.org/registration-2022/

o    Early-bird registration: before May 1st

*         Program: https://www.fccm.org/technical-program-2022/<https://www.fccm.org/registration-2022/>

*         Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fccm-conference/

*         Call for student travel grant: https://www.fccm.org/student-travel-grant-2022/

o    The deadline has been extended to April 15th


Keynote, Program, and Workshop & Tutorials


*         Keynote: Intel FPGAs for Programmable, Accelerated Infrastructure and Applications for the Modern Data Center

o    Jim Dworkin, Intel Corporation, Vice President & General Manager, Cloud & Enterprise Acceleration Division, Programmable Solutions Group, Data Center & AI Group, Intel Corporation

*         Technical program: We have two days of long and short paper presentations on tools, machine learning, architectures, and applications. Two poster sessions and a set of demos covering a variety of topics. We also have nine tutorials and workshops covering hot topics such as open-source tools, programming languages, and processors. For more details, see https://www.fccm.org/home/program/

- May 15 (Sunday) -

  *   Tutorial: Introduction to Vitis AI development Tools Flow
  *   Tutorial: OpenFPGA: The Open Source Revolution Comes to FPGAs
  *   Tutorial: Hands-On Tutorial: Introduction to oneAPI with Intel FPGAs

- May 16 (Monday) -

  *   Session 1 - Tools
  *   Session 2 - Architecture
  *   Session 3 - Applications 1
  *   Reception + Demo Night

- May 17 (Tuesday) -

  *   Session 4 - Machine Learning
  *   Session 5 - Security and Crypto
  *   Session 6 - Applications 2

- May 18 (Wednesday) -

  *   Workshop: First Workshop on Formal Methods In High-Level Synthesis
  *   Tutorial: TAPA: High-Performance Customization-Friendly HLS Framework
  *   Workshop: Workshop on Security for Custom Computing
  *   Tutorial: Hardware Description Languages: Past, Present, and Future
  *   Tutorial: CFU-Playground: Build Your Own Custom TinyML Processor
  *   Tutorial: Nios V: RISC-V Based Processors for Intel FPGAs

*         Demo Night: The Demo Night is an opportunity for people to show off their latest and greatest systems, tools, and technologies in a relaxed atmosphere. See the latest technology from industry, meet with the leading FCCM researchers, demonstrate your latest work, and receive early feedback on their work in progress.

*         Organization Committee

  *   General Chair: Zhiru Zhang (Cornell University)
  *   Program Chair: Eriko Nurvitadhi (Intel)
  *   Publication Chair: Gabriel Weisz (Microsoft)
  *   Finance Chair: Andrew Schmidt (University of Southern California ISI)
  *   Hybridization Chairs: Ron Sass (UNCC), Peipei Zhou (University of Pittsburgh)
  *   Sponsorship Chair: Lana Josipovic (ETH), Guojie Luo (Peking University)
  *   Workshop Chairs: Yun (Eric) Liang (Peking University), Zhenman Fang (SFU)
  *   Travel Awards Chair: Zhenman Fang (SFU)
  *   Publicity and Website Chair: Cong (Callie) Hao (Georgia Tech)
  *   Expo and Demo-Night Chair: Grace Zgheib (Intel)
  *   Local Arrangement Chair: Mohamed Abdelfattah (Cornell Tech), Debjit Pal (Cornell)

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