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Mahanakorn University of Technology, THAILAND

National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand





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IEEE International Conference on
Field Programmable Technology

December 13-15, 2006
Bangkok Thailand.

Conference Information Center

  • Travelling Information

    When arrive, please look for our staffs with the FPT06 sign post waiting on arrival (2nd) floor. They can guide you to FPT06 service area at the airport.

    Morning transportation service begins at 6.00, and then every 30 minutes until noon.
    Afternoon transportation service is from12.00, and then every 45 minutes until 18.00.

    Please note that there will be 400 Baht charge for this service. For participants who arrive before or after this service range (6:00-18:00), you can use public transportation, taxi or limousine those are available 24hrs. Please contact the airport information for more details.

  • Conference Registration (for late comers) is now open.
  • FPT06 Conference program
  • Free! Pre and Post conference Workshops: (see details and agenda )
    • Xilinx Professor's Workshop: 11-12 December 2006 (for academic staffs)
    • Altera Workshop: 16 December 2006
    • Workshop registration is now closed
  • Room reservation (if you already registered and want to come back for the room)
  • Early Registration/Hotel deadline: 10 November 2006
  • Author Registration deadline: 4 September 2006
  • Camera-ready papers due: 31 August 2006



Closing the Gap between FPGAs and ASICs
Prof. Jonathan Rose, Chair ECE Department of Toronto University and a world-leading researcher in Field-Programmable Technology

FPGAs deliver the key technology of our time, nano-scale electronics, to more people in more different ways than ASICs will ever be able to do - provided that you count by number of designs created..... (read more)

Applications of programmable logic in modern particle physics experiments
Prof. Geoff Hall, Physics Department of Imperial College on FPGAs in Particle Physics Experiments at CERN

The newest generation of particle physics experiments is in the final stages of construction in CERN, Geneva in preparation for data taking at a new accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which will be the world’s highest energy machine... (read more)




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