FCCM 2023 Call for Workshops and Tutorials
FCCM 2023 invites the submission of half-day and full-day workshop proposals. FCCM 2023 is expected to be an in-person event, and workshops and tutorials will be held the day before and the day after the conference.
The aim of the conference workshops is to emphasize emerging topics related but not limited to reconfigurable computing, custom hardware acceleration, and applications such as vision, machine learning, supercomputing, and other applications.
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.
The aim of tutorials is to show researchers how to use a publicly-available emerging technology or tool, and should have a hands-on component.
Workshop/Tutorial Proposal Format:
Each workshop or tutorial proposal (maximum 2 pages) must include:
- Title of the workshop or tutorial
- Workshop Organizers (names, affiliation and contact information)
- Scope and topics of the workshop or tutorial
- Rationale: Why is the topic current and important? Why would the workshop attract a large number of attendees?
- A short biography of the organizers
- Names of potential speakers
- Duration of the workshop: Half-day or full-day and a tentative schedule
Workshop/Tutorial Proposal Submission:
Proposals should be submitted as a single PDF file via email to Gabriel Weisz, the 2023 FCCM Workshops and Tutorials Chair, using firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about submissions should be directed to the same email address. Submissions should include the subject line “FCCM Workshop Proposal:” followed by the workshop title or “FCCM Tutorial Proposal:” followed by the tutorial title.
Submissions are due on February 13, 2023.