The time zone for all times mentioned at the DATE website is CEST – Central Europe Summer Time (UTC+1). AoE = Anywhere on Earth.

Embedded Tutorials

DATE 2023 tutorials are designed to provide audiences with an introduction to important topics in DATE technical areas as well as hands-on tutorials on design automation tools. Early career professionals as well as graduate students can greatly benefit from the introductory-level material on these important topics and tools. Mid-career professionals can also benefit from the tutorials to extend their horizons. We welcome submissions for tutorial presentations in DATE technical areas.

For DATE 2023 we are implementing important format changes to the Tutorials. One of the most important is that tutorials will no longer be half-day events prior to the conference but will be 90-minute sessions "embedded" within the 3-day programme.

Technical tutorials on selected topics will be given by leading experts in their respective fields. The submission should motivate the topic and its relevance for both academia and industry, specify whether it covers foundational topics or cutting-edge ones, describe the target audience (expected type of attendees? expected number? match with typical DATE audience?), the reason for a tutorial (why a tutorial, why now). Hands-on tutorials are welcomed. Moreover, the submission should include a brief abstract with a list of learning objectives, and a clear planning hereto (organisation in sessions, possible speakers, what will be done to attract the audience), and the DATE Topic to which it is more closely related. A tutorial submission example is available on the DATE website. We target few top-quality well-attended tutorials. In particular, we look for hands-on and tutorials on fundamentals which should clearly identified in the proposal. Extended conference talks will not be accepted as tutorials. Marketing of company tools are not accepted either.

A tutorial submission example is available here for download. Submissions must be submitted before Sunday, 02 October 2022 AoE Wednesday, 16 November 2022 AoE via the DATE website.

Submissions of all tutorials need to be made on-line via the following URL:

The tutorial organiser(s) will be notified of acceptance or rejection of submissions by Monday, 21 November 2022 AoE. In case of acceptance, final information about the tutorial structure (confirmed speakers, final abstract, final agenda) must be provided by Friday, 27 January 2023 AoE. Tutorial hand-out material (e.g. consisting of all slides and perhaps also background reading material) needs to be uploaded as a single PDF or ZIP file at the DATE website by Friday, 31 March 2023 AoE. The hand-out material will be available to tutorial attendees only!

For more information, please contact:

Francisco Cazorla, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, ESEmbedded Tutorials Chair
Francisco Cazorla, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, ES
tutorialsatdate-conference [dot] com (tutorials[at]date-conference[dot]com)
Start Title
Mon, 11:00 M01 Modern High-Level Synthesis for Complex Data Science Applications
Mon, 11:00 M04 Remote Side-Channel and Fault Attacks in FPGAs
Wed, 08:30 M05 NVMExplorer: A Framework for Cross-Stack Comparisons of Embedded, Non-Volatile Memory Solutions
Wed, 11:00 M06 Design, Programming, and Partial Reconfiguration of Heterogeneous SoCs with ESP
Wed, 16:30 M02 Nervous Systems – From Spiking Neural Networks and Reservoir Computing to Neuromorphic Fault-tolerant Hardware
Wed, 16:30 M03 Embedded FPGAs (eFPGA) and Applications to IP Protection via eFPGA Redaction