The submission is Closed

We hereby invite all to send in:

  • Student/Hackers Project Papers: Completed research/project papers
  • Abstract of Work-in-Progress Reports or Proposals: Abstract for proposed research should include the objectives, proposed methodology, and a discussion of expected outcomes, in order to generate discussion and feedback in any of related areas.
  • Case Studies: Case studies

The submission could already be published or presented on other places. All presenters have guaranteed seats in both places.

Step 1

Submit the information below.


Abstract (maximum 500 characters)

Pdf of Abstract + Summary (max 2 A4-pages all together, including figures):

Note: The summary is only intended for the program committee. The abstract will be used in the program.




Email (remember to use an e-mail address which is valid at the time of the conference):

Please choose place or places where you can present the abstract:


Would like free access to a table for demonstration or poster in the exhibition space.


Comments/Questions:(maximum 500 characters)

Antispam question: captcha

Contact Academic Student Program Chair ( if you have questions.

Step 2

The Academic program Committee decides which abstract that will be accepted for a presentation at the conference. No marketing or product presentation will be accepeted.

Step 3

When and if your submission has been accepted you must submit a pdf of your poster, as well as 2-3 slides for your 5 minute presentation. Please also review the FPGAworld program for your title etc.

Poster Guidelines:

– Size A0 and portrait orientation (Width=841mm, Height=1189mm)

– For more detailed formatting hints, see for instance:

Step 4

It is not allowed with product and marketing information (only on product presentations).

Important dates:

  • Paper submission deadline: 15th June
  • Notification of acceptance: 1st  August
  • Final version: 15th September

Submissions will be reviewed by the program committee.