Conference Location.
  • November 6-10, 2023
  • Cocoa Beach, Florida

The CASPER workshop is a semi-annual workshop where FPGA, GPU, and general heterogeneous system programmers get together to discuss new instruments in radio astronomy, as well as the tools and libraries for developing and manipulating these instruments.

The workshop is hosted by interested organizations around the world, with the 2023 workshop help in Cocoa Beach, Florida, hosted by The University of Central Florida and The Florida Institute of Technology.

The workshop ran from the 6th - 10th November, and consisted of presentations in the morning, followed by various hands-on tutorials and break out sessions in the afternoon.

The organizing committee would like to thank both everyone who attended in person at the Hilton Cocoa Beach, and also all of those attending virtually from around the world who made the effort despite the various time differences. Your participation and engagement is what makes this workshop a success.

Further details of the conference can be found on this website, and information on CASPER generally here. Presentations from the previous workshop can be found at: CASPER 2022.

Organizing Committees

Scientific Organizing Committee

  • CASPER Advisory Board

Local Organizing Committee

  • Robert Bernath - UCF

  • Robert Brown - UCF

  • John Kiriazes - UCF

  • Hamid Rassoul - Florida Tech


Florida Space Institute

Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovative Design (CAMID)