RISC-V Day 2024 Summer Poster Submission Guidelines (New)

RISC-V Day 2024 Summer Poster Recruitment Guidelines (New)

At this RISC-V Day, we will hold a poster session to introduce the latest technology and research.

We look forward to your participation and interaction. In addition to regular poster sessions, RISC-V Day offers researchers the opportunity to increase their exposure, advance their careers, provide feedback and learning, improve their communication skills, and discover who they are. , add an activity.

Poster session implementation guidelines

1. Conference participation is free for researchers who hold poster sessions. In addition, a free book (402 pages) will be given away on the day (this is not yet decided).
2. In addition to poster presentations, participants will have the opportunity to make a podium presentation, which will be video recorded.
3. This recorded video will be posted on the web and will be delivered to a wide audience along with a presentation PDF.
4. Participants’ biographies (BIO) and research keywords will be posted on the web, resulting in high page rankings in searches.
5. Your presentation doesn’t have to be new. Introductions of existing research and projects are also welcome.
. This is your opportunity to showcase your interests and experiments.
6. We will provide a desk and power source for those who wish to do so. Participants will be able to demonstrate.
7. Participants in the poster session will be provided with individual panels (90cm x 180cm or 210cm) on which they can put up their own A0 size posters. Those wishing to demonstrate will have a desk set up next to the panel and will be provided with power and WiFi.
8. Poster sessions are considered part of the presentation, where participants present their panels to the audience.
9. We will assist in coordinating the podium presentation (including moderator).
10. Video recording, web creation, etc. will be provided by the organizer.

Field topics:
At RISC-V Day, we are looking for poster session participants in the following diverse fields. These themes represent new approaches to address growing computational needs and sustainability challenges.
1 RISC-V Technology: Instruction set, microarchitecture, integrated circuits, IP, chips, systems, software, and implementation of RISC-V extensions/customization.
2 Open Source Hardware Revolution: Open silicon based on RISC-V. Green Computing: Technologies for reducing energy consumption in computing environments, including RISC-V-based solutions.
3 Hardware and Software Co-Design: Examples showing the impact of RISC-V and open source hardware on software development and reverse case studies.
4 AI and Machine Learning: The role of RISC-V, accelerating AI/ML workloads, customizing hardware for AI/ML, and more.
5 Real-world applications: Industrial or research projects that use RISC-V for product development or research results.
6 Open architecture security technology.
7 AIoT, IoT.
8 Quantum Computing.
9 Secret Computing – Privacy-enhancing data analysis technology using encrypted data such as homomorphic encryption.
10 New computing technologies: neuromorphic computing, bioinspired computing, new non-volatile memory technologies, and more.
11 High Performance Computing (HPC): HPC Applications with RISC-V, Challenges and Innovations for Creating RISC-V-based HPC Systems.
12 Edge Computing: RISC-V in smart cities, self-driving cars, and IoT.
13 5G/6G technology: How to integrate RISC-V into next-generation telecommunications infrastructure and configure network devices with RISC-V.
14 Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology: Use cases for RISC-V in blockchain hardware, smart contracts, and how to provide secure and efficient computation in distributed systems.
15 Quantum-resistant Cryptography: Using RISC-V to develop quantum-resistant cryptographic solutions with the advent of quantum computing.
16 Cross-platform development tools: Tools that support RISC-V development across different platforms, facilitating the development process and promoting broader adoption.
17 Interoperability with other architectures: How to create hybrid systems using interfacing with other architectures, emulation, and virtualization techniques.
18 Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Computing: Beyond Green Computing, Designing RISC-V Hardware with Sustainability in Mind. Including recyclable materials, energy collection, and life cycle analysis.
19 Digital Signal Processing (DSP): RISC-V applications in audio, video, and communications technology.
20 Space Technology: Use of RISC-V in Satellites, Rovers, and Other Space Exploration Hardware.
21 Educational Initiative: Using RISC-V for Educational Purposes in Computer Architecture, Hardware Design, and Training a New Generation of Engineers.
22 Medical and biotech applications: including implementation of RISC-V in medical devices, biotechnology, personalized pharmacy, and wearable technology.
23 Automotive and Transportation Systems: The role of RISC-V in the future of transportation, including self-driving cars and electric vehicle systems.

24 Formal Verification for RISC-V: A method to ensure the accuracy and security of RISC-V processors through formal verification.
25 Cultural and Social Impact of Technology: Discussion of open source hardware and the wider impact of RISC-V on society, accessibility, and digital divide issues.

In addition to the above, we are also seeking poster sessions on a wide range of RISC-V related fields. Please feel free to submit your new ideas, research results, business applications, etc., as we will evaluate them fairly.


• Abstract registration deadline: June 30, 2024
• Submission deadline: July 15, 2024
We will notify you of the acceptance or rejection of your proposal shortly after submitting it.

Submission site: Soon we are opening the site. 

Submission Guidelines:
• Posters should be A0 size and in portrait orientation.
• Make sure the title, author name, and institutional affiliation are clearly displayed at the top of the poster.
• Posters must be easily readable from a distance of 1.5 meters.
• Please be sure to include a summary of up to 250 words with your submission.
Assessment Criteria:
Posters will be judged based on the following criteria:
• Originality and innovation of research/ideas.
• Quality and clarity of research methodology.
• Relevance to the conference theme.
• Quality of poster design and presentation.

The best poster will be awarded at the closing ceremony of the conference based on the jury’s evaluation.
We look forward to your active participation in RISC-V Day! Contribute to the evolution of computing technology and sustainability with RISC-V.
(Note: Please be sure to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines recommended by health authorities during the meeting.)