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ReCoSoC Special Session #2 2017 : High Level Design Methodologies for Reconfigurable Computing and Adaptive Systems: Tool Flows and Applications


When Jul 12, 2017 - Jul 14, 2017
Where Madrid, Spain
Abstract Registration Due Apr 7, 2017
Submission Deadline Apr 14, 2017
Notification Due May 19, 2017
Final Version Due Jun 12, 2017
Categories    reconfigurable computing   high-level design   dataflow specification   high-level synthesis

Call For Papers


During the last years, improved sets of tools and methodologies have hit the arena of reconfigurable system design, which have in turn raised the abstraction level typically used for the specification of reconfigurable systems. This has allowed, besides an increase in designers productivity, to enable the exploration of more complex target applications, the implementation of more intelligent behaviors and the achievement of improved final system performance.

In this line of work, submissions covering different approaches -some more well established than others in the reconfigurable computing community- to system specification and High Level Synthesis strategies such as C/C++, OpenCL, dataflow graphs, etc., are encouraged. Bringing together researchers using different methodologies and tools, exploring different applications and targeting different specific features of the final system, will enable a productive discussion environment for the exchange of ideas that can help boosting upcoming efforts in the field.

Applications might span a broad range of target scenarios like (but not restricted to): high performance computing systems, either embedded or at the cluster/cloud level; hardware accelerators for machine learning/deep learning/artificial intelligence; compute and/or control-intensive cyber physical systems in safety/time-critical applications; self-adaptation (self-awareness, context-awareness, self-reconfiguration, ...) for system reliability, resiliency and graceful degradation in hazardous environments.

Hence, submissions might well address topical system features such as runtime task/parallelism management and HW/SW load balancing, dynamic partial reconfiguration, energy optimization, fault-tolerance and self-healing techniques, approximate computing, dependability, or any other system features that might benefit from the use of these design approaches.


Rubén Salvador, Research Center on Software Technologies and Multimedia Systems, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain): ruben(_dot_)salvador(_at_)upm(_dot_)es
Jocelyn Sérot, Institut Pascal, Universite Blaise Pascal (France): jocelyn(_dot_)serot(_at_)univ-bpclermont(_dot_)fr
Eduardo Juarez, Research Center on Software Technologies and Multimedia Systems, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain): eduardo(_dot_)juarez(_at_)upm(_dot_)es

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