Paper Presentations are each allocated 20 minutes* for presentations and questions. Please send your Session Chair a short biography so they may introduce you before your presentation.
*Session 4 presenters are allocated 16 minutes per presentation, due to the Texas Instruments tour*
Poster Presentations are a good way for authors to convey new research ideas and discuss technical topics in-depth with interested attendees. We will provide a board to accommodate a 48 in x 48 in (1.2m x 1.2m) poster, along with push-pins to secure the poster. We recommend conveying the poster topic in a clear, concise, and visual manner, and be prepared to discuss your work with multiple attendees. We expect all poster presenters to spend the entire session at their poster.
Presenters can set up their posters the morning of their poster presentation (Wednesday or Thursday). The posters are expected to remain until after the poster session ends, and request that presenters remove their posters by the end of the day.
Best Paper Winners:
1st Place, Hardware-Efficient Neighbor-Guided SGM Optical Flow for Low Power Vision Applications
Jiang Xiang, Ziyun Li, Hun Seok Kim, and Chaitali Chakrabarti, Arizona State University
2nd Place, Variation-Tolerant Architectures for Convolutional Neural Networks in the Near Threshold Voltage Regime
Yingyan Lin, Sai Zhang, and Naresh R. Shanbhag, University of Illinoise at Urbana-Champaign
3rd Place, Improving Sound Localization for Hearing Aid Devices Using Smartphone Assisted Technology
Anshuman Ganguly, Chandan Reddy, Yiya Hao, and Issa Panahi, The University of Texas at Dallas
1st Place Award Winner
2nd Place Award Winner