FPGAworld 2009 : FPGAworld Conference
Call For Papers
The FPGAworld Conference addresses all aspects of digital and hardware/software system engineering on FPGA technology. It is a discussion and network forum for researchers and engineers working on industrial and research projects, state-of-the-art investigations, development, and applications.
Submission of Presentations
The submissions should be in at least one of these areas:
* DESIGN METHODS - models and practices
o Project methodology.
o Design methods as Hardware/software co-design.
o Modelling of different abstraction.
o IP component designs.
o Interface design: supporting modularity.
o Integration - models and practices.
o Verification and validation.
o Board layout and verification.
o Design, modelling, implementation, verification and validation.
o Instrumentation, monitoring, testing, debugging etc.
o Synthesis, Compilers and languages.
* HW/SW IP COMPONENTS
o New IP components for platforms and applications
o Real-time operating systems, file systems, internet communications etc.
* PLATFORM ARCHITECTURES
o Single/multiprocessor Architecture.
o Memory architectures.
o Reconfigurable Architectures.
o HW/SW Architecture.
o Low power architectures.
o Case studies from users in industry, academic and students will be high prioritised!
o HW/SW Component presentation.
* SURVEYS, TRENDS AND EDUCATION
o History and surveys of reconfigurable logic.
o Student work and projects.
Academic Paper Submission
Step 1) Send your submission to: email@example.com (max 6 pages or 4000 words)
Step 2) The Program Committee will decide if papers will be accepted for a long presentation (30 minutes) or short presentation (15 minutes). For long and short presentations, 4-8 pages will be assigned in the published proceedings on the web. Instructions will be sent after acceptation of your paper.
Step 3) Send in Camera Ready Paper to David Kallberg. Please use the ACM proceedings format available at www.acm.org/sigs/publications/pubform.doc. It is also possible to add attachment to the paper (no limit on number of pages).
Step 4) The conference Proceedings will be published by ACM and indexed by the ACM Digital Library. The proceedings will also be published on the FPGAworld website and in print on the conference.
Please note that the academic papers will be presented in Stockholm on September 10.
Industrial Abstract Submission
Industrial submission could already be published on web or on other places (you as the owner); Design Examples, White Papers, student industrial projects etc.
Step 1) Submit the abstract giving a short overview on the presentation. The abstract should not exceed 100 words. Please write if you submit the presentation to Stockholm and/or Lund and also add “industrial paper”. Send your submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2) The Industrial program Committee decides if the papers will be accepted for a presentation.
Step 3) After acceptation of your abstract, you have possible to send a full paper to be included in the web based documentation.
Presentations on the FPGAworld
Each presentation is limited to 30 minutes total including any questions, the session chairs will be very strict. We require that all presentations be pre-loaded onto a single laptop (Windows XP, PowerPoint/Office-2003 or PDF) to avoid laptop switching time and problems. Please send you presentation to the session charmen or contact him before you presentation to load your presentation on the laptop.
Product presentations and demonstration are booked and not reviewed, see under Exhibitors and contact David Kallberg. We can not guarantee place at FPGAworld, so you have to book in time and please write if you book for Stockholm and/or Lund.
Paper Submission Deadline: July 8th 2009
Notification of Acceptance: August 1st 2009
Camera Ready Paper: August 15th 1st 2009
Abstract Submission Deadline: July 1st 2009
Notification of Acceptance: July 15th 2009
The submission will be open and the reviewing will be on demand. The closing for new submission can be earlier if the presentation slots are full.