Speaking submissions that grab our attention are:
- Technical sessions on implementing new functionality in software, developing low-level code on embedded systems, or designing SoCs.
- Real-world case studies showcasing Arm-based devices incorporated in a project, innovative application, or a solution to a technical challenge in an end product, including a detailed discussion of the trade-offs and choices made (and why) during the development or design process.
- A hands-on demonstration illustrating key technical principles that engage the audience in a creative or interactive way.
The Arm DevSummit 2020 Technical Program Committee of industry experts will review all submissions based on quality, relevance, impact, and originality. Prospective authors are welcome to reference products as long as product references add to the educational value and are presented in an appropriately non-commercial fashion.
- Quality – Proposals should be well organized and easily understood. The abstract and summary are judged as indicators of what can be expected of the session.
- Relevance – The proposed session or panel should be highly relevant to the interests of the Arm DevSummit audience in general and the track topic in particular. Example: real-world case studies.
- Impact – Sessions and Panels should contribute to the educational mission and technical nature of Arm DevSummit. Submissions reporting on important results, methodologies, or case studies of special significance will be considered favorably.
- Originality – Reports on new development methodologies, case studies for innovative device designs, or other novel results contribute to the Arm DevSummit goal of providing a high-quality educational program for practicing engineers and developers.
- Commercial content (less is best) – It is acceptable to use a product in a case study or as a proof of concept for a development or design methodology. Product promotion is not permitted in the technical sessions. Proposals with blatant commercial/marketing content will be rejected (The presentation or panel’s focus should be on the development process, technology used, and/or trade-offs, not on selling a product).
Additionally, please review our submission guidelines.