Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA
Conference Dates: May 3 – May 6, 2020
The IEEE Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines 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. Over the past two decades, FCCM has been the place to present papers on architectures, tools, and programming models for field-programmable custom computing machines as well as applications that use such systems.
This year’s virtual conference is now open!
Registration is free!
In response to the COVID-19 world pandemic, this year’s conference will take the form of a virtual event organized to mirror the usual physical conference. The virtual conference is organized as a series of forums that represent 6 paper sessions (with Best Paper Award), 6 poster sessions, and 3 live workshops.
The forums will be open to attendees on the FCCM website starting May 4th. Registration for these forums will be free and open to the entire community. Every paper and poster session will have links to the PDFs that will appear in the proceedings along with a discussion thread. Papers and posters will also be accompanied by a video presentation – 20 minutes for full papers, 10 minutes for short papers, and 5 minutes for posters. The discussion forums will remain open for attendees to post new questions and comments until June 1st. After this point, the presentations and comments will still be viewable, but new comments will be disabled. As usual, the proceedings will be posted to IEEE Xplore after the conference has concluded.
The technical program can be found here: /home/program/
In addition to the asynchronous technical sessions, we will also have 3 live workshops on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, May 6th – 8th. Xilinx will discuss “Compute Acceleration Workflow using Vitis and PYNQ” in two parts on May 7th and 8th. Intel will present “Intel FPGA Clouds for Academic Research and Teaching” on May 6th. There will also be a research-focused workshop, “The Future of FPGA-Acceleration in Cloud and Datacenters” on May 6th. Registration and further details on these workshops can be found on the Workshops section of the Program page: /home/program/#workshops
- May 15 – Organizing Committee formed!
- Nov 04 – Program Committee posted!
- Dec 23 –
Venue and accommodation information added!
- Dec 26 – Program schedule added!
- Dec 29 – Clarification: All deadlines apply to the Anywhere on Earth (UTC – 12) timezone
- Feb 24 – Registration Page Posted!
- Feb 25 –
Visa Request Page Posted!
- Mar 1 –
Travel Grant Page Posted!
All deadlines apply to the Anywhere on Earth (UTC – 12) timezone
|Abstracts Due (All Papers)||January 6, 2020 (No Extensions)|
|Submissions Due (All Papers)||January 13, 2020 (No Extensions)|
|Rebuttal Period||February 2 - 7, 2020|
|Notification of Acceptance (All Papers)||March 2, 2020|
|Demo Night Submissions Due||March 16, 2020 (No Extensions)|
|Notification of Acceptance (Demo Night)||March 23, 2020|
|Camera-Ready Submission Due||March 30, 2020|
|Early Registration Deadline||April 5, 2020|
|Conference||Online from May 4th to June 1st, 2020|
|General Chair||David Andrews||University of Arkansas|
|Program Chair||Ken Eguro||Microsoft|
|Publications Chair||James Davis||Imperial College London|
|Finance Chair||Andrew Schmidt||University of Southern California ISI|
|Workshops Chair||Miaoqing Huang||University of Arkansas|
|Publicity and Website Chair||Dustin Richmond||University of Washington|
|Expo and Demo-Night Chair||Grace Zgheib||Intel Corporation|
|Panel Chair||Guy Lemieux||The University of British Columbia|
|Sponsorship Chair||Christophe Bobda||University of Florida|
|Local Arrangement Chair||Shona Simmons||University of Arkansas|
Travel Grant Sponsors
Interested in sponsoring FCCM? Email the Sponsorship Chair!