The HC26 Full Program has been updated to include all the latest presentations.
If you attended the conference you will have received a password by E-mail or at the conference. If you did not receive the password contact email@example.com
In December 2014 all conference slide presentations and videos will be made available to the public at no charge.
If you missed the conference and just can’t wait, you may purchase access at the Hot Chips Post-Conference Store:
($160 for IEEE/ACM members, $200 for non-members). Substantial discounts are available to the press, students and foreign researchers by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to thank everyone (Attendees, Sponsors, Speakers, Volunteers) for another great year.
We hope you let us know what you thought with the survey form but if not contact us.
The updated proceeding are available now for those that attended the conference and available to everyone in mid-December.
Videos will be available for those attending in a couple weeks and again to all in mid-December.
HC26 has started! Not to late to register.
Mark your calendar, this year Hot Chips 26 will be at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts,
Cupertino, CA, from Sunday, August 10, 2014 through Tuesday, August, 12, 2014. Check the Attendees page for more information in the future. Registration for the conference will be announced in the future.
Hot Chips 26 (2014) has started taking submissions for presentations and posters for this years conference for August 2014 in Silicon Valley, CA. (Exact time and place announced later). Please see http://www.hotchips.org/call-for-contributions/ for details about submitting.
HC25 Winning Poster announced: Measuring the Gap between Programmable and Fixed-Function Accelerators: A Case Study on Speech Recognition, Yunsup Lee, David Sheffield, Andrew Waterman, Michael Anderson, Kurt Keutzer and Krste Asanovic from UC Berkeley