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CODAI 2023



The goal of the CODAI’23 workshop is to bring together the emerging energy in the AI compiler communities and AI accelerator communities focusing on Edge AI in both academic and industrial research. These realms of research have the opportunity to deliver a pervasive and seamless end-to-end tooling that connects hardware and software development methodologies. This workshop mainly focuses on:

Therefore, it complements the established conferences CASES and CODES+ISSS which have a wider and more academic research-spectrum. We also welcome work-in-progress papers of ongoing research projects and case studies from industrial applications. Topics for workshop submissions include, but are not limited to:


CODAI 2022 was a great success with many contributions from academia, industry, and international tech leaders. We accepted five high-quality papers and were positively surprised by the quality and extensiveness of submitted papers (one paper even open sourced their code on GitHub after the notification of acceptance).

The CODAI 2022 presentations can be found here.



Important Dates

Call For Papers

Call for papers for CODAI’23 workshop

Paper Submission




Author Information

All accepted contributions will be presented the CODAI Workshop 2023. Please be available for a 20 minute on-site presentation at ESWeek, followed by a 10 minute Q&A session. If you can not make the trip, you have to record a video of your talk, which will be streamed during the event. Afterwards, please be availabe for the Q&A session via Zoom. All talks will be recorded and live-streamed in Zoom and on YouTube.

Author Instructions

The proceeddings will be published on Additionally, we are currently in negotiation with IEEE/ACM to publish the proceedings additionally via IEEExplore/ACM-DL. Updates on this matter will follow soon.


Organization Committee

Technical Program Committee


For questions contact:

Dr. Michael J. Klaiber, EnCharge AI

E-Mail: codai2023 (a)

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