For full list of presentations download the ERSA13 Schedule in pdf format
Late CFP: ERSA’13 (last update, May 30, 2013)
DEADLINE For LATE PAPERS: June 10, 2013
June 10, 2013
THIS DEADLINE IS
NOT FOR RE-SUBMITTING OF ALREADY SUBMITTED PAPERS
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Call for Sponsorship Letter in PDF and send to your colleagues.
(Last Version: Updated on Dec. 8, 2012)
For more details, contact by email:
Send us your paper or abstract of your statement, presentation.
Deadline for abstracts: up to the conference!
If your presentation requires a separate time slot as a regular presentation,
tray to submit your paper/proposal/abstract at least by May 25.
The ultimatye deadline is June 10, 2013. Contact the chair:
Presentations for shared sessions are accepted up to the conference.
For late submissions, we advise you to contact
first with conference committee by email:
If you make your final paper submission before May 31, the paper will be published in conference time proceedings. The submission of your paper for evaluation must be done before May 25.
If you make your submission after May 25, and if accepted, your paper will be published in the Final Edition of the ERSA'13 Conference Proceedings which will go to press in October 2013. Deadline for final papers for post conference proceedings is August 10, 2013.
It is the Final Edition of the proceedings which will be sent to libraries, marketed, sent for indexing consideration.
(last update, May 30, 2013)
At ERSA 2013, two awards will be given
Both awards will be TeslaTM K20 GPU Accelerators, sponsored by NVIDIA.
NOTE! The selection criteria and procedure are not yet finally fixed for the “Best Young Entrepreneur Award”. If you would like to make proposals, please send these to the ERSA Chair, Toomas P Plaks. Your proposals are welcome!
please visit the
ERSA AWARDS Website
ERSA conference solicits papers from all aspects of reconfigurable computing. The scope of ERSA covers broad area, from simple applications on programmable logic to complex, intelligent, high-performance, embedded systems implemented as multicore systems and heterogeneous parallel processing systems. All these complex systems involve reconfigurability on software and/or hardware level.
The range of topics covers theory, architecture, algorithms, design systems, and applications that demonstrate the benefits of heterogeneous reconfigurable computing:
ERSA conference explores emerging trends and novel ideas in the area of parallel, reconfigurable, heterogeneous, high-performance computing architecture, design methods and applications. ERSA is promoting multidisciplinary research and new visionary approaches including bio-inspired architectures, computational biology, physics etc.
ERSA conference brings together leading scientists and researchers from academia and industry. Since 2012, ERSA brings a new emphasis on the commercial and industrial challenges in preparing commercial applications for systems using reconfigurable, heterogeneous technology.
ERSA is a part of WORLDCOMP Congress bringing together more than 2,200 attendees from over 85 countries over the world. Companies, participating at ERSA/WORLDCOMP, get their products and organizations in front of this number of attendees and countries.
All conference proceedings/books are considered for inclusion in major database indexes. The best papers of ERSA have been published as the special issues of top archival journals.
ERSA conference is composed of research presentations, industrial presentations, keynote lectures, invited presentations, tutorials, sessions, workshops, symposiums, panel discussions, and poster presentations.
This page is currently under construction.
Please visit "ERSA scope, topics, sessions,..." for ERSA general guidelines
To organize seminars is most expensive, you have to buy out the room for half, or full day. Four hours may cost $8000 or even more. (Note that one regular conference fee is $590 and the presentation time is 20 min. This can serve as a basis for estimating the cost. In addition, conference has invited papers, distinguished papers etc, which require bigger time slot than 20 min.).
Thus, there are two possibilities to organize seminars.
Paper must be submitted with cover letter...
We apologise. Currently, for general gudelines, please
ERSA'11 guidelines "Submission of Papers"