tinyML® EMEA Technical Forum

Enabling ultra-low Power Machine Learning at the Edge

July 2021

Limassol, Cyprus at GrandResort

About

The tinyML EMEA Technical Forum is focused on the fast-growing branch of machine learning technologies, architectures, and approaches dealing with machine intelligence at the very edge. The Forum will cover integrated, “full-stack” (hardware, system, software, and applications), ML architectures, techniques, tools and approaches capable of performing on-device analytics. A variety of sensing modalities (vision, audio, motion, environmental, human health monitoring, etc.) are used at extreme energy efficiency, typically in the single milliwatt (and below) power range, to enable machine intelligence right at the boundary of the physical and digital worlds.

Following the success of the inaugural tinyML Summit in March 2019 and the second tinyML Summit in Silicon Valley in February 2020 attended by more than 400 experts representing 170+ companies and research organizations, we are pleased to announce that tinyML events are going global in 2020. The first global event will be in Europe – Middle East – Africa (EMEA) region to support the high level of interest in this region. tinyML EMEA Technical Forum will be held at the GrandResort in Limassol, Cyprus on July 9 and 10, 2020. The Forum will be co-located with the IEEE ISVLSI Symposium held earlier that week.

Call for Presentations

The tinyML EMEA Technical Forum Committee invites presentations from tinyML experts from industry, academia, start-ups and government labs. Specifically, we call for abstracts for (1) talks, (2) posters, and/or (3) demonstrations in the following areas:

  • Hardware: ultra-low power hardware techniques, silicon implementations and design ideas
  • Systems: integrated systems and efficient and cost-effective integration techniques
  • Algorithms & Software: Algorithms, tool stacks, compilers and software supporting the development of applications. Machine learning models, and model development techniques to support these applications.
  • Applications: Applications of ultra-low power machine learning in a broad range of domains, such as user interfacing, biomedical, industrial monitoring, (A)IoT, etc.

There will be approximately twenty presentations selected by the Technical Program Committee and dedicated poster sessions and demos. Presentations at the Forum do not require a formal paper. Deadline for abstract submissions for presentations is April 30, 2020.

Further information and Submission instructions

Committee

Speakers

Information to Come

Venue & Accommodations

GrandResort Hotel

Amathountos 127, Pareklisia 4533
Limassol, Cyprus

 

Venue

The Grand Resort in Limassol, Cyprus is among the finest five-star hotels in Cyprus set in beautifully landscaped tropical gardens, on a superb beach side location in the exclusive Amathus area of Limassol. An exceptionally grand and elegant hotel about 11 km from Limassol town center, the luxurious Grand Resort offers an impressive range of facilities and an unrivaled standard of personal service and sheer comfort. The hotel offers superior accommodation with quality amenities and first-class service Getting to the City Center.

Accommodations

Attendees of the event can benefit from special rates at several hotels in the vicinity of the conference venue. As July is already high touristic season in Cyprus and availability of rooms is very limited, you are strongly encouraged to proceed with your bookings as soon as possible. First come, first served policy will apply. 

Click here for more information on the venue, and accommodations information.

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Contact Us

Bette Cooper
tinyML Organizer
650-714-1570
bette@tinyml.org