IEEE ICRC 2017, 8-9 November 2017 in Washington, DC, USA

IEEE ICRC 2017 in Washington, DC, USA

ICRC 2017 is part of the Rebooting Computing week which begins with a meeting of the International Roadmap for Devices and Systems (IRDS, Nov. 6-7), then ICRC 2017 (Nov. 8-9), and ends with the first Industry Summit on Rebooting Computing (Nov. 10). Register now!

The goal of the 2nd IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing is to discover and foster novel methodologies to reinvent computing technology, including new materials and physics, devices and circuits, system and network architectures, and algorithms and software. The conference seeks input from a broad technical community, with emphasis on all aspects of the computing stack.


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Conference Venue

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel
1700 Tysons Boulevard
McLean, VA 22102

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Important Dates

  • 26 May 2017:
    Paper Abstracts due
  • 9 June 2017:
    Short and Full Paper Submissions due
  • 22 July 2017:
    Acceptance Notification of Papers
  • 22 August 2017:
    Final Paper Submissions and Poster Abstracts due
  • 2 September 2017:
    Acceptance Notification of Posters
  • 29 September 2017:
    Early Registration Deadline
  • 8-9 November 2017:
    Dates of Conference

Call for Papers/Call for Patrons

View the ICRC CFP in HTML or as a PDF (185 KB).

View the Author’s Guidelines for important submission instructions.

Plenary Speakers


Special Evening Panel Discussion

AI, Cognitive Information Processing, and Rebooting Computing:
When will the new Sheriff come to Tame the Wild, Wild West?

Neuromorphic computing for augmented intelligence (and its various derivative concepts) are hot topics in both the technical world and the public imagination. The vagueness of what these terms actually mean, how (and why) this computing approach will be used, and the lack of clear goals and guidelines has created a “lawless” territory where anything goes. Invited panel members will briefly present their moonshot ideas and describe how it can help coordinate a myriad of possible research challenges in a guided fashion. That is, how would they rope in the wayward cattle rustlers of today’s research frontier. We anticipate a spirited and wide ranging discussion, but hope to use the engagement to provide some relative order to the topic at hand in the hopes of improving future coordination and collaboration.
Panel Moderator: Dr. David Mountain

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