Field Programmable Logic and Applications

Best Paper Awards

2016

Stamatis Vassiliadis Award

An Investigation into a Circuit Based Supply Chain Analyzer for FPGAs

2016

Michal Servit Award

An Evaluation on the Accuracy of the Minimum Width Transistor Area Models in Ranking the Actual Layout Area of FPGA Architectures

2016

FPL Community Award

JetStream: An Open-Source high-performance PCI Express 3 streaming library for FPGA-to-Host and FPGA-to-FPGA communication

2015

Stamatis Vassiliadis Best Paper Award

CoRAM++: Supporting Data Structure-specific Memory Interfaces for FPGA Computing

2015

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Hoplite: Building Austere Overlay NoCs for FPGAs

2015

FPL Community Service Award

Vaughn Betz (placement and routing framework for FPGA Research)

2014

Stamatis Vassiliadis Best Paper Award

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2014

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Hardware Accelerated Novel Optical De Novo Assembly for Large-Scale Genomes

2014

FPL Community Service Award

LegUp (open-source high-level synthesis)

2013

Stamatis Vassiliadis Best Paper Award

The Power of Communication: Energy-Efficient NoCs for FPGAs

2013

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

A Run-Time Graph-Based Polynomial Placement and Routing Algorithm for Virtual FPGAs

2013

FPL Community Award

"RIFFA 2.0: A Reusable Integration Framework for FPGA Accelerators"

2012

Stamatis Vassiliadis Best Paper Award

Automatically Exploiting Regularity in Applications to Reduce Reconfiguration Memory Requirements

2012

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Correctly Rounded Floating-Point Division for DSP-Enabled FPGAs

2012

FPL Community Award

A High Performance, Open Source SATA2 Core

2011

Stamatis Vassiliadis Best Paper Award

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2011

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

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2011

FPL Community Award

RapidSmith

2010

Candidates

http://conferenze.dei.polimi.it/FPL2010/bp.htm who won?

2009

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Exploiting Fast Carry-Chains of FPGAs for Designing Compressor Trees

2008

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Rapid Estimation of Power Consumption for Hybrid FPGAs

2007

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Domain-Specific Hybrid FPGA: Architecture and Floating Point Applications

2006

(Michal Servit?) Best Paper Award

Multi-layer Floorplanning on a Sequence of Reconfigurable Designs

2006

Altera Award on FPGA Architectures

Power Implications of Implementing Logic Using FPGA Embedded Memory Arrays

2006

Xilinx Award on FPGA Technology

Reducing the Space Complexity of Pipelined Routing using Modified Range Encoding

will appreciate help filling in the gaps and correcting errors -- andre@acm.org

2004

Michael Servit Best Paper Award

The Impact of Pipelining on Energy per Operation in Field-Programmable Gate Arrays

following from an older source, need to convert to papers

2002

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Gordon Brebner (University of Edinburgh)

2001

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Macrocell Architectures for Product Term Embedded Memory Arrays

2000

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

J. Ditmar, K. Torkelsson, A. Jantsch (Ericsson Radio Systems AB)

1999

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Karam S. Chatha (University of Cincinnati)

1998

Michal Servit Best Paper Award

Margaret Martonosi (Princeton University)


Award descriptions from FPL2012

The Michal Servit Memorial Award is in recognition of excellent paper quality.

Michal Servit has been General Chair of FPL94 at Prague, the largest FPL ever held to that time. He has been an associate professor at EE dept. of the University of Prague. Michal Servit has attended all FPLs, and all the time he served as a reviewer, member of the program committee, and the steering committee of FPL, until the message reached us, that he did not survive a heart attack during vacations in Austria, December 5, 1997. The community misses with him as a cooperative and highly competent friend full of good ideas. He has been an important part of the FPL organization. The first Michael Servit Memorial Award has been initially organized by Stephen Guccione triggered by an idea from John Schewel.

The Stamatis Vassiliadis Memorial Award is in recognition of excellent paper quality.

Prof. Stamatis Vassiliadis (IEEE Fellow, ACM Fellow, Member of the Dutch Academy of Sciences, and Professor at Delft University of Technology), is well known as an outstanding computer scientist and for establishing the SAMOS conference in 2001. When he passed away much too early on 7 April 2007, the community lost one of its most skilled and inspiring actors. Stamatis Vassiliadis was involved in the organization of many scientific conferences and he was the general chair of FPL2007.

The FPL Community Award

This award is for authors who have made a significant contribution to the community by providing some material or knowledge in an open format that benefits the rest of the community. The award was introduced at FPL2010 in Milano by the organizers Fabrizio Ferrandi, Marco D. Santambrogio, and Jari Nurmi.

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