Welcome to ARC 2011

The 7th International Symposium on Applied Reconfigurable Computing
23-25 March 2011, Belfast, United Kingdom
Organized by the Queen's University of Belfast

General Chairs:
» Roger Woods
, Queen's University of Belfast, UK
» Tarek El-Ghazawi, George Washington University, USA

Program Co-Chairs:

» Andreas Koch, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
» Ram Krishnamurthy, Intel Corp., USA

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Applied Reconfigurable Computing (ARC)

Reconfigurable Computing (RC) technologies offer the promise of substantial gains in performance and power efficiency over traditional architectures via customizing, even at runtime, the topology of the underlying architecture to match the specific needs of a given application.

Contemporary configurable architectures allow for the definition of specific functional and storage units, adapted to the functions, bit-widths and control structures of a given computation. This flexibility enabled by reconfiguration can also be seen as a basic technique for overcoming permanent and transient failures on emerging device structures.

ARC aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners of reconfigurable computing with an emphasis on practical applications of this promising technology. This year's symposium will also host a series of international invited speakers to share their insights into the future of reconfigurable technology.

SpringerThe ARC 2011 proceedings will appear in the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series and also be available in the SpringerLink on-line service. Additionally, the top papers will be invited to submit to a special section of a forthcoming journal issue of Elsevier Microprocessors and Microsystems (MICPRO).

Call for papers and Submission Information

[ view full call for papers circular ]

Authors are invited to submit original contributions in English including, but not limited to, the areas of interest mentioned above. Submissions must be uploaded to the ARC website and identify the
format of the contribution as either:

  • Long papers, (12 pages maximum) which should include mainly accomplished results (oral presentation);
  • Short papers, (6 pages maximum, or 8 pages maximum upon payment of a further charge of US$100) to be composed of work in progress or reporting recent developments (poster presentation).

The format of the papers should be according to Springer-Verlag LNCS series (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) format rules (guidelines at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).

  • Paper submission extended (final) deadline: 22nd November 2010
  • Notification of acceptance: 3rd January 2011

[ submit a paper to ARC2011 ]

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