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The 2009 International Conference on
The University of New South Wales
9-11 December 2009
FPT is the premier conference in the Asian region on field-programmable technologies including reconfigurable computing devices and systems containing such components. Field-programmable devices promise the flexibility of software with the performance of hardware. The development and application of field-programmable technology have become important topics of research and development. Field-programmable components are widely applied, such as in high-performance computing systems, embedded and low-power control instruments, mobile communications, rapid prototyping and product emulation.
Submissions are solicited on new research results and detailed tutorial expositions related to field-programmable technologies, including but not limited to:
Note that simply implementing an application using an FPGA is not sufficient to count as a research contribution. Applications-based papers should emphasise novel design techniques or clearly articulated and measured system performance benefits.
The program committee solicits papers describing original research or high quality tutorial expositions in field-programmable technology including, but not limited to, the areas of interest indicated above. High quality posters are also solicited. Current postgraduate research students are invited to submit a short paper detailing their proposed research to be presented in a poster-based PhD forum.
In addition to the above, the organizers solicit contributions to the following:
Papers should be prepared in PDF format using the template files provided and submitted electronically via the conference website. Full papers should not exceed 8 pages in length, while posters should not exceed 4 pages in length. PhD forum papers are limited to 2 pages.
FPT uses a blind reviewing system. Manuscripts must not identify authors or their affiliations. Self-references should be blanked out. Papers that identify authors will NOT be considered.
Proposals for half and full day tutorials in the areas of interest are also sought. Proposals for workshops or special sessions on particular topics are also invited. Tutorials and workshops are likely to be scheduled for 7 or 8 December, preceding the conference. Proposals for tutorials, workshops and special sessions should be sent to the tutorial and workshops chair.
DESIGN COMPETITIONFollowing last year's success, we will again be hosting an FPGA design competition at FPT'09. The theme of this year's competition is general purpose computing on FPGAs.
The goal of this year's competition is to develop a general purpose Sudoku solver on FPGAs. Submissions close 9 October 2009.
Please refer to the Design Competition link for more details.
Enquiries regarding financial sponsorship should be directed to the General Chair.