Call for Papers
ENGINEERING OF RECONFIGURABLE SYSTEMS AND ALGORITHMS - ERSA’09
July 13-16, 2009
Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
a part of
The 2009 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing (WORLDCOMP’09)
Late CFP Deadline: June 3, 2009
ERSA Conference Website has new address:
ERSA Conf main Web page:
ERSA'09 Web page:
Call for Late Posters, Student Papers and Demos/Exhibitions
Submissions accepted in a poster format, visit Submission.
If accepted, papers will be published in the Final Edition of the ERSA'09 Conference Proceedings which will go to press soon after the conference.
It is the Final Edition of the proceedings which will be sent to libraries, marketed, sent for indexing consideration, ...
Proposals for Technical Sessions, Tutorials, Demos/Exhibs, Sponsorships
ERSA conference focuses on different approaches in engineering of reconfigurable systems: in hardware design and in implementing of algorithms; including theory, architecture, algorithms, design systems and applications that demonstrate the benefits of reconfigurable computing.
- Reconfigurable Hardware Architecture
- Runtime Resource Management of Reconfigurable Hardware
- Embedded Multiprocessors
- Energy-Efficient Reconfigurable Mobile Systems
- Reconfigurable Supercomputing
- Secure Processing Platforms
- Emerging Applications
For more details, visit Submissiopn
Special Issue in ACM TECS
After conference, a special issue CAPA’09 (Configuring Algorithms, Processes and Architecture) will be published in ACM TECS.
Despite the CAPA is an open special issue for everybody, we suggest that the submission to ERSA conference should be a first round after the revised paper finally submitted to CAPA.
WORLDCOMP Keynote Talk from ERSA (preliminary)
Algorithm Design for Reconfigurable Computing Systems
Prof. Viktor Prasanna, Univ. of Southern California, USA
ERSA Keynote Talks (preliminary)
It's Like Deja-Vu All over Again... Again
DR. José L. Muñoz, Deputy Director, Office of CyberInfrastructure (OCI)
National Science Foundation (NSF), USA
Future Directions in Reconfigurable Computing
Dr. Rahul Razdan, CEO of Raztech LLC, USA
INVITED TALKS (preliminary)
FPGA prototyping approach for the validation of efficient iterative receivers in digital communication systems
Prof. Christophe Jego, ENST Bretagne, France
The 2nd Generation Japanese Dynamically Reconfigurable Processors
Prof. Hideharu Amano, Keio University, Japan
How constrains programming can help you in the generation of optimized application specific reconfigurable processor extensions
Prof. Christophe Wolinski, IRISA, France
Prof. Krzysztof Kuchcinski, Lund Univ., Sweden
Kevin Martin, IRISA, France
Erwan Raffin, Univ. of Rennes I, France
Francois Charot, IRISA, France
Invited Panel Sessions (preliminary)
Adaptive / Evolvable Reconfigurable Computing Systems
Chair: Prof. Gilles Sassatelli, France
Dr. Gilles Sassatelli
University of Montpellier 2, France
Bio-Inspired Systems: Self-Adaptability from Chips to Sensor-Network Architectures
Prof. Juergen Becker
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT, Germany
Future Multi-Core System-on-Chip (MCSoC): Adaptive and Reliable Computing in the Nano Era
Dr. Pierre-André Mudry
Dr. Gianluca Tempesti
University of York, UK
Self-Scaling Stream Processing: a Bio-Inspired Task Scheduling Algorithm for Cellular Computing
Dr. Jean-Philippe Diguet
University of South Britanny, France
Networked Self-Adaptive Systems: An Opportunity for Configuring in the Large.
Prof. Luigi Carro
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil
Adaptive Processing Architectures for the Ultimate Scaling of the Cmos World
- Dr. Gilles Sassatelli
Technical Sessions (preliminary)
Multi-Context Devices and Applications
Dr. Minoru Watanabe, Shizuoka University, Japan
Industrial Sessions (preliminary)
- Element CXI, Milpitas, Cal. USA
Proposals for Technical Sessions
The aim of technical sessions is to concentrate on the specific topics of a general interest. The proposals for technical sessions may be submitted at any time before the general submission deadline for conference papers. Once the technical session is accepted, it will be listed on the ERSA website and the submission is open for everybody.
For more information, visit "Submission -> Technical Sessions"
If you are interested in organizing a Technical Session, contact with ERSA Chairman Toomas Plaks
Proposals for Demos/Exhibs
ERSA provides flexible arrangements for Industrial Sponsors for Demos, Exhibitions, Presentations and Tutorials etc.
For more information, visit "Submission -> Sponsors"
Interested parties should contact ERSA Chairman Toomas Plaks
|Full papers: EXTENDED DEADLINE:||March 23, 2009|
|Notification of acceptance:||April 21, 2009|
|Camera-ready papers and registration:||May 12, 2009|
|Conference:||July 13--16, 2009|
Dr Toomas P Plaks