Call for Submissions
RISC-V Summit Europe brings together developers, architects, technical decision and policy makers from across the European RISC-V ecosystem. Attendees from academia, research, SMEs, industry, and open source communities will come together to exchange knowledge, ideas, technologies, and research shaping the future of RISC-V computing in Europe.
The event will have a single track of keynotes, invited and selected talks alongside an exhibition showcasing the latest developments across industry and research, including technology demonstrations and poster sessions. We invite blind submissions of extended abstracts related to RISC-V addressing the following technical topics of interest:
- Cloud computing
- Compilation and code optimization
- Embedded systems, IoT, edge computing
- Hardware/software co-design
- High-performance computing
- Open EDA tools
- Open-source hardware and open silicon
- Operating system and software ecosystem
- RISC-V related educational activities
- RISC-V ISA extensions
- Systems-on-Chip, including processor cores, accelerators, peripherals
- Security and functional safety
- Any other topic related to RISC-V and open hardware
We also welcome non-blind submissions related to:
- Commercial applications for real world deployment
- Policies, strategies, business and industry trends
- Publicly funded projects presentations and/or results
- Extended abstract submissions deadline: Monday, March
13th20th, 2023, AOE.
- Author notifications: Monday, April 24th, 2023, AOE.
- Final extended abstract version, de-anonymized, deadline: Thursday, Monday May 1st, 2023, AOE.
- Final slides and poster deadline: Thursday, June 1st, 2023, AOE.
- RISC-V Summit Europe: 5-9 June, 2023, Barcelona.
The Steering Committee aims to provide a limited budget for stipends. More information will be made available on the conference website before the submission deadline.
The submissions should be provided as a two pages extended abstracts, including bibliography.
Extended abstract template and instructions for submission are available at https://github.com/riscv-europe/riscv-europe-summit-templates. The Program Committee (PC) will accept most contributions as posters and selected submissions for short or long presentations. Accepted extended abstracts, slides, and posters will be published on the event page, together with presentations which will be recorded.
Guidelines for submission of technical topics for blind review
Submissions on technical topics are for blind review. Please do not include author information in the extended abstract. Submissions must have a strong focus on technical content outlining for example:
- Present research advances
- Success stories
- Technical introduction to new technologies or products
- Experiences of contributions to, or adoption of RISC-V hardware and software in commercial, open-source or education environments
The PC may ask for the poster/presentation three weeks before the event to confirm the acceptance.
Guidelines for non-blind topic submissions
These papers should highlight RISC-V markets, policies, strategies, business and industry trends, or present publicly funded projects of interest to the RISC-V and open hardware community.
For these topics, make sure to name authors and their affiliation and include a short bio of all in the two pages extended abstract.