Notice that there is no demand of uniqueness for Industrial or student/hackers submission


The submission could already be published or presented on other places. Student and hackers can also get a free place in the hacker’s corner for demonstration.  It is not allowed with marketing a product for profits (product presentation).

Step 1

Submit the information below.


Please choose:


Abstract (maximum 500 characters)


Company, university etc.



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


Choose your presentation length, including questions (at least one chose):

15 min30 min

Students or hackers may also receive free access to a table for demonstration or poster in the exhibition space.


Question, more information etc. (maximum 500 characters)

Antispam question: captcha

For questions, please contact Lennart Lindh at lennart.lindh [at]

Step 2

The Industrial 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 abstract has been accepted you have the possibility to send in a full paper, Power Point and/or report to be included in the web based documentation. Please also review the FPGAworld program for your title etc.

Step 4

Before or after the FPGAworld conference, please send in the pdf materials to be published on the FPGAworld’s archive. It is not allowed with product and marketing information (only on product presentations).

Important dates

  • Open for Submissions
  • Close for submission: June 1, 2017
  • After June 1, if empty slot are available the submission will be open and the reviewing will be on demand. There may be places available due to cancellations.
  • Notification of first acceptance: June 7, 2017

Contact person: Lennart Lindh at lennart.lindh [at]