Call for Workshops/Tutorials
Workshop proposals are invited in specific topics related to FPGAs. These proposals should ideally focus on areas that are niche, upcoming and looking towards the future. Some possible areas include but not limited to: (1) Memory Technologies for On-Chip Memory in FPGA, (2) Security of FPGA Designs, (3) FPGAs in Cloud Computing etc. Workshop proposals should be limited to 2 pages and include the following: workshop title, organizers and their affiliation, abstract, relevance and importance to FPGA community, mode (online/offline), expected number of participants, number of talks (maximum 8) and format (research papers, invited talks, industry training etc.), estimated length of the workshop. Please note that if the workshop plans to publish papers, the publication should be arranged independent of FPT. Workshop organizers shall be responsible for the conduct of their peer-review process of submissions.
Tutorial proposals are invited in all areas related to FPGAs. Tutorials will be for 1.5 hrs or 3 hrs. Tutorial proposals should be limited to 2 pages and include the following: tutorial title, organizers and their affiliation, aim and scope of the tutorial, mode (online/offline), duration (1.5 hrs or 3 hrs) relevance and importance to FPGA community, hardware-software set up required for the tutorial.
For submission, please go to the Easychair and select Workshop/Tutorial.
|Date (23:59, AoE)||Important Events|
|5-6 December, 2022||Event of Workshops/Tutorials|
For queries, please send an e-mail to Sharad Sinha and Peter Chun.