Please refer to the official webpage for details: dac-iot.com.
The final award winners will be announced at 2017 IEEE/ACM Design Automation Conference (DAC).
Award: $2,500 for the first place team, $1,500 for second place team and $1,000 for the third place team. Up to $600 travel support will also be provided for the top five teams to attend DAC.
Registration E-mail: email@example.com
Starting this year, ACM Special Interest Group in Design Automation (SIGDA) will sponsor an annual hardware design contest with dedicated themes to boost the research and development in the related areas. For this first year, the theme is set to be FPGA for Internet-of-Things (IoT). IoT is the internetworking of physical devices, vehicles, buildings and other items-embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enable these “things” to collect, exchange and operate on data. How these “things” are designed is of critical importance to the efficacy and efficiency of IoT. In this contest, we will explore the use of low-power FPGAs to implement new concepts and designs in IoT edge computing.
|Yiyu Shi||University of Notre Dame||Chair|
|Yier Jin||University of Central Florida||Co-Chair|
|Abdullah Raouf||Lattice Semiconductor||Industry Liaison|
|Claude Moughanni||Lattice Semiconductor||Industry Liaison|
|Bei Yu||Chinese University of Hong Kong||Web Support|