What have you done with your NetFPGA? You already know that the NetFPGA implements a Gigabit NIC, a hardware-accelerated Internet router, a traffic generator, and an OpenFlow switch, and more. What else can it do? We invite NetFPGA Developers to come to Cambridge to discuss the newest NetFPGA modules, applications, and hardware.
The NetFPGA workshop is intended to provide a NetFPGA-specific venue. Previous NetFPGA Developers Workshops have seen papers across a range of topics:
Papers can range from applications that built new HDL for the NetFPGA through to applications built on top of the NetFPGA infrastructure (reference routers and openflow); the criterion is your paper describes work you can demonstrate and, ideally, leads to a code contribution to the NetFPGA project.
ACM style paper format download
Submission site is now open
The registration site now open: £120 per attendee, (student discount rate: £100) - numbers are limited and preference will be given to students, those who have had papers accepted and those who made submissions.
We expect one author from each accepted paper to be registered.
Cambridge is a beautiful medieval university town, a short train ride north of London.
Workshop information will regularly be added to this map.
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Travel InformationInformation on travel to the Computer Laboratory in Cambridge is provided here
Accomodation has not been block booked, it is available on a first-come-first-served basis through any Cambridge hotel.
A list of accommodations is available here, here, and here. Do ensure you book a CITY hotel; as some Cambridge hotels can in-fact be some distance from the Gates Building.
This map may assist you for hotels.
This map may assist you for Bed and Breakfast establishments.
Additionally, several Cambridge colleges offer accommodation to the general public from a common webpage here. Rooms typically become available two to three months in advance, so please revisit the website within that period if nothing is available now.
Costs including breakfast start at 45 pounds
Cambridge has a modest, but regular, bus service and a comprehensive taxi service.
An easy and pleasurable way to get around Cambridge is by bicycle, Cambridge is well accustomed to cyclists, with several bike hire shops, including Bike Hire Online which is situated by Jesus Green lock on Chesterton Road. Please go to Think! Road Safety for further advice and tips on road safety. To get to the William Gates Building by bike, the quietest and most scenic route is via the Coton foot path, which begins at Adams Road (before Robinsons College), alternatively you get to the site via the A1303. (Cambridge cycle route map and planning tool).