SPL2019 - Call For Papers

IEEE - X Southern Conference on Programmable Logic (SPL2019)
April 10th to 12th, 2019
Borges Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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- Paper Submission: 12 October 2018
- Acceptance Notification: 7 December 2018
- Camera-ready: 8 February 2019

The purpose of the SPL conference is to bring together leading researchers
and developers in programmablelogic technology and its applications. The 10
th edition continues the tradition of previous ones to become the austral m
eeting point for the worldwide community in the area.
SPL2019 will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and will be hosted at t
he Borges Cultural Center, in a privileged location in heart of Buenos Aire
We welcome original contributions in the areas of design methodology for pr
ogrammable hardware, EDA tools, platform-based design, FPGA-based signal pr
ocessing, communication networks and systems, FPGA architectures and teachi
ng, reliable embedded computing, and various FPGA-based computing applicati
ons. Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished contributions a
s 6-page full papers including tables, figures and references by 12 October
2018. Papers must be written in English and as in previous years, accepted
papers will appear in the IEEE Xplore library.
Continuing on our tradition to promote local and ongoing research activitie
s, we are also organizing a Designer Forum at SPL2019. The forum aims to gi
ve exposure to ongoing works, academic experiences and industrial designs,
and get feedback from experienced researchers and industrial partners. Auth
ors interested in contributing to the Designer Forum are invited to submit
4-page short papers by 12 October 2018. Prospective papers in this forum ca
n be written in English, Spanish or Portuguese. Accepted contributions will
be included in a separate proceedings volume but not in the IEEE proceedin
Full details on the scope and submission procedures of the SPL 2019 confere
nce are available on the conference website:
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We look forward to welcoming you in Argentina!
General Chairs:
Rodrigo Alejandro Melo (INTI - Argentina)
Technical Program Chairs
Ricardo Cayssials (FRBB-UTN - Argentina)
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