The history of the ASAP conference traces back to the International Workshop on Systolic Arrays, organized in 1986 in Oxford, England. It later developed into the International Conference on Application-Specific Array Processors. With its current title, it was organized for the first time in 1996 in Chicago, USA. Since then, it has alternated between Europe and North America. The conference covers the theory and practice of application-specific systems, architectures, and processors. 

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Accelerator design for complex workloads, e.g., AI, big data, computational genomics, finance, network processing, etc.

Application-specific instruction-set processors and architectures

Approximate computing

Autonomous computing systems

Cloud computing accelerators


Computer arithmetic


Design methods, tools, and compilers

Edge computing, wireless, mobile, IoT, and Cyber-Physical Systems

Embedded systems and domain-specific solutions

Heterogeneous computing, ranging from embedded to HPC systems and data centers

Reconfigurable and custom computing (FPGAs, CGRAs, etc.)

Signal and image processing

Simulation and prototyping (e.g., validation, performance analysis)

System quality attributes (energy efficiency, fault tolerance, security, etc.)

Systems using emerging technologies

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