Hall of Fame

FPGA and Reconfigurable Computing

The FPGA and Reconfigurable Computing Hall-of-Fame is an ongoing mechanism to recognize most significant contributions to the field of FPGAs and Reconfigurable Computing. This builds upon the one-time efforts (FPGA20, FCCM20, FPL25) to identify the most significant papers in respective conferences at their 20th or 25th anniversary. It specifically opens up the field of consideration to all peer-review journal and conference venues, with a plan to induct a new class into the hall-of-fame each year.

We are taking nominations through the end of August 2016 for the 2017 Hall-of-Fame class. Please go to the Hall of Fame Website to make and follow nominations.

For more information, you can see a detailed description of the Hall-of-Fame process.

HallOfFame (last edited 2016-02-20 00:29:51 by AndreDeHon)