FPT'11 : 12-14 December 2011 at New Delhi, India



Paper Submissions

  • The program committee solicits papers describing original research or high quality tutorial expositions in field-programmable technology including, but not limited to, the areas of interest indicated in the call for paper. High quality posters are also solicited. Current postgraduate research students are invited to submit a short paper detailing their proposed research to be presented in a poster-based PhD forum
  • All papers must be in PDF format only using the template files provided below and submitted electronically.
  • Full papers should not exceed 8 pages in length, while short papers to be presented as posters should not exceed 4 pages in length. PhD forum papers are limited to 2 pages.

Conflicts of Interest

  • Your submission must not include information that serves to identify the authors of the manuscript, such as name(s) or affiliation(s) of the author(s), anywhere in the manuscript, abstract, or in the embedded PDF data.
  • Submissions not adhering to these rules, or determined to be previously published (this includes pre-prints publicly available on personal or other websites, such as arXiv, or publicly available internal memoranda with author names divulged) or simultaneously submitted to another conference, or journal, will be directly rejected.
  • Because FPT uses a double blind reviewing process, reviewers do not know the authors of papers. In order to avoid reviewers providing reviews for close colleagues (eg those from their same institution), authors should identify reviewers who would have a conflict of interest from the checkbox list on the submission page.



If you have any questions about the submission, please contact Technical Program Committee Chairs.

Prof. Russell Tessier, U. Massachusetts USA (tessier@ecs.umass.edu)

Dr. Yu Wang, Tsinghua U., China (yu-wang@tsinghua.edu.cn)