Call for contributions

The following types of contributions are welcome from you:

Industrial, Student or Hacker Submission: Presentations highlighting industrial projects/applications or student/hackers’ presentations of research/thesis/projects. Marketing is not permitted. No deadline, availability depends on slot availability. Submission page
Product presentations: Marketing is allowed. No deadline, availability depends on slot availability. Submission page
Track organizer: Organize 2-3 presentations. You choose a theme, for example, VUnit, VHDL, FPGA boards, or a company. Your main responsibility is to coordinate and manage 2-3 presentations, each lasting 30 minutes. You have the freedom to select any theme you prefer. Contact Lennarts
Keynotes: No deadline, marketing is not permitted and availability depends on slot availability. Contact Lennart
Booking Exhibitor Booth: No deadline, availability depends on booth availability. Contact Mia
Sponsoring: FPGAworld sponsors are welcome! Contact Mia or Lennart
Get information first by being part of the FPGAworld’s committee. If you are interested, please send us your name and email address. See Contact us.

I agree when I contribute to FPGAworld:
• The accepted material and photographs captured during the conference to be published in FPGAworld webpage, program and archive

The following presentation formats will be possible at the conference:
• Oral presentation – Take advantage of an oral presentation to inform the customers of your products or your work to get comments from the audience. Encourage a live discussion regarding the presented topic and network with other global FPGA experts
• Demonstration in the exhibition hall – Presenters will have an opportunity to discuss and explain their work in direct contact with the audience
• All accepted materials will be published in FPGAworld’s archive
The presentation length, including questions, can be 20 or 30 minutes it depends on the scheduling of the program.

Equipment that will be provided by the conference and set up in all presentation rooms:
• LCD projector
• Whiteboard
• Internet access

Contribution should all be in at least one of the areas listed below:

DESIGN METHODS – models and practices

  • Project methodology, models and practices
  • System Specifications, Models, and Methodologies
  • System Modeling, Simulation, and Validation
  • System Design, Synthesis, and Optimization
  • Hardware/Software co-design
  • IP Integration – models and practices
  • Security, Reliability and Fault Tolerance
  • Formal methods, Verification and validation
  • FPGA to ASIC design flow
  • Analog and digital ASIC design

New Design Tools and Languages

  • High-Level Synthesis
  • Synthesis, Compilers, C-to-Hardware
  • Tool integration, Co-simulation, Hardware-in-the-loop testing
  • Design, modeling, implementation, verification, and validation
  • Instrumentation, monitoring, testing, debugging, etc
  • Logic Analyser, Oscilloscope, etc

IP component presentation

  • Interface/protocol design: supporting modularity
  • New IP components for platforms and applications
  • Advanced IP components
  • ASIC IP components


  • Mixed analog and FPGA
  • Components, Packaging & Manufacturing


  • FPGA boards
  • FPGA and analog prototyping
  • Modeling etc


  • Embedded Software Architectures
  • Real-Time Operating Systems
  • Compilers and Software Synthesis for Embedded Systems
  • HW/SW architectures
  • Networked and Dependable Systems
  • Model-Based Design and Verification for Embedded Systems


  • Embedded System Platforms
  • Reconfigurable architectures
  • Course-grained reconfigurable architectures
  • Low power architectures


  • Case studies from industry
  • Analog/Digital/Software component presentations
  • Prototyping
  • Student work and projects


  • History and surveys
  • Tutorials – Educations