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ASAP 2020

The 31st IEEE International Conference on
Application-specific Systems, Architectures and Processors

July 6-8, 2020

The University of Manchester


  • July 4, 2020:    Information on the virtual ASAP conference are in the (program) section
  • July 3, 2020:    ASAP 2020 presentations are online in the (program) section
  • Apr. 17, 2020:    Deadlines extended (Call for Papers)
       Abstract due: April 10th, AoE (closed)
       Paper due: April 24th, AoE (extended)
  • As safety and well-being of everybody is our priority, we are now planning for an online conference while holding open the possibility of a physical conference. We will monitor the Coronavirus situation and are continuing to bring together the ASAP community in Manchester. This means that all presentations will be made available as videos. Further information will be provided on the website as soon as available. If you have further questions, contact us at asap2020conference@gmail.com
  • Feb. 03, 2020:    Selected ASAP 2020 papers will be invited to a Special Issue in Springer Journal of Signal Processing Systems
  • Jan. 10, 2019:    ASAP 2020 Call for Papers is online
  • Dec. 20, 2019:    ASAP 2020 website is online

About ASAP

The history of the ASAP conference traces back to the International Workshop on Systolic Arrays, organized in 1986 in Oxford, UK. It later developed into the International Conference on Application Specific Array Processors. With its current title, it was organized for the first time in Chicago, USA in 1996. Since then it has alternated between Europe and North-America. The conference will cover the theory and practice of application-specific systems, architectures and processors. The 2020 conference will build upon traditional strengths in areas such as computer arithmetic, cryptography, compression, signal and image processing, network processing, reconfigurable computing, application-specific instruction-set processors, and hardware accelerators.