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CFP: Special Issue on FPGAs for Domain Experts
posted by Andre on Saturday March 16, @07:56AM
from the making-fpgas-usable dept.
call-for-papers Syed Waqar Nabi writes"

Special Issue: FPGAs for Domain Experts

Call-for-papers Special Issue on FPGAs for Domain Experts :: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijrc/si/307178/cf p/
Submission Link :: https://mts.hindawi.com/submit/journals/ijrc/fpgas /
[Hindawi International Journal of Reconfigurable Computing :: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijrc/]

Full Paper Submission Due :: April 5th, 2019

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FCCM 2019 Call-for-Papers
posted by Andre on Thursday October 04, @10:15AM
from the where-to-send-your-research dept.
call-for-papers Andre writes "27th IEEE International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM 2019), all be held April 28 30, 2019 inSan Diego, CA, USA
http://www.fccm.org
Full Papers are due January 7, 2019; short papers January 14, 2019.

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ACM TRETS Editor-in-Chief Nominations
posted by Andre on Tuesday August 21, @06:27AM
from the take-me-to-your-leader dept.
Literature Andre writes "The term of the current Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of the ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems (TRETS) is coming to an end. Nominations are invited through October 15, 2018. See https://trets.acm.org/pdf/TRETS%20Call-for-Nominat ions%202018.pdf for further details."

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4th Workshop on Heterogeneous High-performance Rec
posted by Andre on Sunday August 05, @04:32PM
from the where-to-send-your-research dept.
call-for-papers Jason D. Bakos writes "
Call for Papers for the Fourth International Workshop on Heterogeneous High-performance Reconfigurable Computing (H^2RC) is out.
H^2RC is held in conjunction with Supercomputing 2018
Sunday Morning, November 11, 2018, Dallas, TX
http://h2rc.cse.sc.edu
Submission Deadline: August 15, 2018 (1 to 4 page extended abstracts)"

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[CFPs] FPT2018@Okinawa, JP (Submission Due: July 9
posted by Andre on Thursday June 14, @03:18PM
from the where-to-send-your-research dept.
call-for-papers yoshiki writes "
Second CALL FOR PAPERS AND CALL FOR FPGA Design Competition for International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology (FPT'18) in Naha Okinawa, Japan, 11 to 15 December, 2018, <http://www.icfpt.org/>
- Paper submission due: July 9, 2018"

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FCCM 2018 Best Papers
posted by Andre on Tuesday May 01, @07:21PM
from the FCCM2018-highlights dept.
Literature Andre writes "The Best Papers at FCCM 2018 are ReBNet: Residual Binarized Neural Network and Fast and Accurate Estimation of Quality of Results in High-Level Synthesis with Machine Learning"

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TRETS 2017 Best Paper
posted by Andre on Tuesday May 01, @05:58AM
from the things-you-should-read dept.
Literature Andre writes "At FCCM 2018, TRETS recognized Hoplite: A Deflection-Routed Directional Torus NoC for FPGAs as the Best Paper from 2017. (ACM DL Link)"

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FPGA 2018 Best Paper
posted by Andre on Friday March 02, @08:34AM
from the FPGA2018-Highlights dept.
News Andre writes"FASTCF: FPGA-based Accelerator for Stochastic-Gradient-Descent-based Collaborative Filtering recognized as Best Paper at IS FPGA 2018.

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FPT 2017 Best Paper
posted by Andre on Friday March 02, @08:33AM
from the FPT2017-Highlights dept.
News Andre writes "Synthesis of Program Binaries into FPGA Accelerators with Runtime Dependence Validation recognized as Best Paper at IC FPGA 2017.

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