[hpc-announce] FPGA 2023 Call for Tutorial and Workshops (Due Nov 11th)

Dustin Richmond drichmond at ucsc.edu
Mon Oct 24 11:33:39 CDT 2022

FPGA 2023 Call for Tutorial and Workshops (Due Nov 11th)

The 31st edition of FPGA invites the submission of half-day and full-day tutorial and workshop proposals. The workshops will be held on February 12, 2023 in Monterey, California, USA. The aim of the conference workshops is to emphasize emerging topics related but not limited to FPGA architectures and tools, reconfigurable computing, and custom hardware acceleration for applications such as communications, machine learning, networking, and other problems. The tutorials are expected to enable beginning researchers to enter the area, current researchers to broaden their scope, and practitioners to gain new insights and applicable skills. The workshops should highlight current topics related to technical and/or industry issues and should include a set of invited presentations and/or panels that encourage the participation of attendees in active discussion. 

Workshop Proposal Format:

Each workshop proposal (maximum 2 pages) must include:

    Title of the tutorial or workshop

    Organizers: names, affiliation, contact information 

    Scope and topics

    Rationale: Why is the topic current and important? Why would the tutorial/workshop attract attendees?

    Duration: Half-day, Full-day and a tentative schedule (up to 3.5 hours for half day; the event can be shorter than the allotted time)

    Names of potential speakers

Proposal Submission:

     Proposals should be submitted as a single PDF file via email to the FPGA Program Chair <programchair at isfpga.org> (with a subject line “FPGA Workshop/Tutorial Proposal:”) by November 11, 2022. Should you have any questions regarding this call, please address the same email.

Dustin Richmond (He/Him)
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
UC Santa Cruz, Baskin School of Engineering

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