14-16th, June 2023

Lake Biwa, Japan ( Hybrid Conference )

Call for Papers

Main Research Track

Following its tradition, HEART 2023 will continue to focus on high efficiency as a cross-cutting issue and seeks contributions for the main research track in, but not limited to, the following areas:

Architectures for Efficient Acceleration

  • Novel systems/platforms based on FPGA, GPU, and other devices

  • Heterogeneous processor architectures and systems for high-performance and/or low-power

  • Domain-specific architectures

Design Methods and Tools for Efficient Acceleration

  • Programming paradigms, languages, and frameworks

  • High-level synthesis and compilers

  • Runtime methodologies for heterogeneous systems

  • Performance evaluation and analysis

Applications and Systems

  • Application examples that benefit from efficient acceleration to a great extent

  • Complete systems demonstrating increased energy efficiency and/or performance

  • Comparisons between accelerator technologies

Submission Guidelines (Format and Anonymity)

Prospective authors are invited to submit original contributions as 12-page papers without references to be considered regular papers. HEART2023 adopt a double-blind review process, authors should not identify themselves, so author names, affiliations, e-mail addresses, and self-references should be blanked out. All contributions must be submitted electronically in PDF format according to the ACM proceedings style as follows. Please check the following ACM page, especially "2. The Workflow and Templates", for more information.

For LaTex and Overleaf, please use the "manuscript", "screen", and "review" format options.

Each accepted paper MUST have at least one author with a regular registration for the manuscript to be included and published in the proceedings. Authors are also expected to present their paper(s) at the HEART2023 symposium.

PhD Forum

Ph.D. students working in areas relevant to HEART 2023 are solicited to submit an extended abstract of up to 4 pages (including references) comprising a summary of their research findings, work in progress, and/or planned research—the Ph.D. Forum is intended as a platform for Ph.D. students to interact with peers and experienced researchers. The form of Ph.D. forum will be announced. The Ph.D. student should be the first author; thesis advisors may be co-authors. The technical program committee will review submissions to ensure quality and relevance.