How to submit papers for the 2017 International Conference on Field Programmable Technology including full papers, the demo session, PhD forum and design competition.
Submit all papers to: https://www.softconf.com/g/fpt2017/
- full papers should not exceed 8 pages
- papers associated with poster presentation, demonstration session or design competition should not exceed 4 pages
- PhD forum paper should not exceed 2 pages
Please ensure your submission meets the additional requirements outlined below.
Submission should be made in PDF format, using IEEE A4 style. Templates are available online.
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers describing original research or high quality tutorial expositions for double-blind review.
Authors are requested to prepare their manuscripts in a manner which disguises their identities, affiliations, etc. This generally means:
- omitting names and affiliations from the title page
- refraining from excessive self-citation
- self-references should be in the 3rd person, in the same way you would reference work by another group
- omitting explicit references to the author's previous work in the text body
- removing any personal meta-data from the PDF file that is submitted
Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings and be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore. In submitting a paper, you warrant that at least one of the authors will register and present the paper at the conference. Failure to present will result in the paper not being submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore.
Up to 8 page full or 4 page poster submissions should be made in PDF format, using IEEE A4 style (templates are available online).
ICFPT 2017 solicits submissions relating to technical demonstrations to be presented at a Demonstration Session. Demonstrations of tools, architectures, device technologies, applications, and educations are welcome, with an emphasis on themes related to reconfiguration.
All demonstration proposals should be written up as 4-page papers that detail the goals of the demonstration along with the theory and implementation of the system being demonstrated, and any related results.
Accompanying the paper, please submit a single-page cover note in which you provide the following details:
- author(s) and affiliation(s)
- demo completeness to date
- remaining development to be completed
- equipment to be brought as part of the demo
- intended method of equipment transportation
Demonstration proposals will be judged on technical merit, practical maturity and suitability of theme. Papers will be reviewed by the committee members and accepted papers will be published in the proceedings, with live demonstration at the conference being a requirement. You are also encouraged to bring a poster to accompany your demonstration.
In submitting a paper, you warrant that at least one of the authors will register and present the paper at the conference. Failure to present will result in the paper not being submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore.
Up to 4 page submissions should be made in PDF format, using IEEE A4 style (templates are available online).
The PhD forum at the 2017 International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology (ICFPT 2017) is a poster-based session for PhD students to present and discuss their research with people in the community of field-programmable technology.
PhD students working in the area are invited to submit two-page short papers detailing their research.
The papers will be reviewed and limited number of travel grants will be given to the authors presenting selected papers based on financial needs.
The presenters must bring their own posters for presentation at the forum. The Ph.D. forum papers will be included in the conference proceedings.
A two-page short paper in PDF detailing the PhD research (in two-column format, using 10-11 pt. fonts and single-spaced lines) including name, institution, adviser, contact information. The two-page limit will be strictly enforced.
Up to 2 page PhD forum paper submission should be made in PDF format, using IEEE A4 style (templates are available online).
Teams entering the design competition must register by submitting the following information by 26 September:
- team title
- team members and affiliation
- device or board
- design tools used for developing their design
- basic strategy used by their game engine
Optionally, teams may also submit a 4 page design competition paper following the FPT template. This should include a detailed description of the design and performance evaluation.
Selected design competition papers will be published in the proceedings, with participation in the competition a requirement. Accepted papers will be presented as posters
All registered teams are welcome to attend the competition, regardless of whether or not they submit a design competition paper, or whether or not their paper is accepted.
Up to four page Design Competition paper submission should be made in PDF format, using IEEE A4 style (templates are available online).