The IEEE International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM) is the original and premier forum for presenting and discussing new research related to computing that exploits the unique features and capabilities of FPGAs and other reconfigurable hardware.
The FCCM 2019 Demo Night is a show-and-tell event, held on Monday, April 29th. All conference attendees are invited to the demo night to mingle and share knowledge in an informal setting. Demonstrations may include system designs, platforms, tools, and more. The Demo Night is a great opportunity for representatives of the most prominent industries in the field to meet with the leading FCCM researchers, which might include prospective customers or potential future employees. This event is also an excellent occasion for academic researchers to increase their visibility, demonstrate their latest work, show how to use open source software or building blocks, and receive early feedback on their work in progress.
All those wishing to present at the FCCM Demo Night are invited to submit, through EasyChair, a one-page document that includes the following information:
- The demo title
- The names, affiliations, and contact emails of all authors
- An abstract that describes the demo and its main objectives
- Any special arrangements the demo might require
The deadline for demo registrations is. Sunday, March 31st, and the authors of accepted demos will be notified by email.
Authors are also offered the opportunity to attract conference attendees and motivate them to visit their table during the Demo Night by preparing and submitting a short video (60 to 90 seconds) that showcases their demo. All demonstration videos will be posted on the FCCM website ahead of the conference.
For additional information regarding the Demo Night, please contact Grace Zgheib (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Exhibitions and Demo Night Chair.