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Research Projects on Reconfigurable Computing Systems

Reconfigurable computing comprises one of the most rapidly evolving research domains in the last few years. One of the most important characteristics of reconfigurable computing is its multifaceted nature and respective applicability to a continuously expanding range of application scenarios and domains. This is indicated by the high number of important research projects being funded ranging from hardware architectures, to communication networking and even AI based platforms. Consequently, the ARC 2018 conference will include an extra section of the proceedings dedicated to funded Research Projects. Coordinators of funded projects addressing ARC relevant topics are invited to submit a paper describing the recent accomplishments, preliminary ideas, or work in progress scenarios of the projects. Papers will be peer-reviewed as regular ARC submissions.

Topics of Interest

Topics of the special session include, but are not limited to:

  • Reconfigurable CyberPhysical Systems for demanding applications
  • Reconfigurable high-performance hardware architectures
  • Tools for reconfigurable computing
  • Reconfigurable methodologies towards optimum low-power vs real-time tradeoffs
  • Reconfigurable Wireless Sensor Network infrastructures
  • Reconfigurable Robotic platforms
  • Reconfigurable multi-core architectures
  • Reconfigurable GPU architectures
  • Exploitation of advanced AI techniques in reconfigurable computing

Special Session Chairs

Christos Antonopoulos, Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece, GR
Diana Goehringer, TU Dresden Germany, DE

Important Dates

* Paper Submission Deadline: November 25, 2017
* Author Notification: January 5, 2018
* Camera-Ready and Author Registration: January 20, 2018

Submission Information

Perspective authors are invited to submit original contributions as full papers (12 pages) presenting mainly accomplished results, or short papers (6 pages) describing work-in-progress or position-papers. Accepted papers will be presented orally. Submission can be uploaded to ARC website and the format should follow Springer-Verlag LNCS Series format rules. During the submission, the "Research Projects" track should be selected.

Publication Information

Papers will appear in the ARC proceedings and published by Springer-Verlag as a Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series volume.