INTERACT: Workshop on Interaction between Compilers and Computer Architectures

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INTERACT 2009 CFP: INTERACT-13 (in conjuction with HPCA-15) Workshop Paper Due Time: December 7th, 2008
Feb 15, 2009 - Feb 15, 2009 Raleigh, North Carolina Dec 7, 2008
 
 

Present CFP : 2009

Interact-13: Workshop on Interaction Between Compilers and Computer
Architecture

Held in conjunction with HPCA-15
Raleigh, North Carolina, February 15, 2009

http://www.cs.pitt.edu/~zhangyt/interact13/

Technical Program
Effective compilers allow more efficient execution of application
programs on a given computer architecture. On the other hand,
well-conceived architectural features can support more effective
compiler optimization techniques. Good interaction between compilers and
computer architectures is the key to successful design of highly
efficient and effective computer systems. This workshop is to promote
new ideas and present recent developments in compiler techniques and
computer architectures that enhance each others capabilities and
performance. Papers are solicited on any aspect of interaction between
compilers and architectures in the design of microprocessors,
multiprocessors, and other parallel computer systems.

Potential topics, not limited to:
+ Processor reliability enhancement
+ Processor reliability enhancement
+ Improved timing analysis and predictability
+ Secure, dependable computing
+ Managed and unmanaged run-time support
+ Dynamic compilation and optimization
+ Task synchronization and scheduling
+ System virtualization
+ Efficient I/O support
+ Parallelism enhancement and exploitation
+ Memory, cache, and register management
+ Multi-core software and compilation
+ Code optimization and generation
+ Low power architecture and software
+ Debugging, verification and validation
+ Processor variation interactions with software
+ Network on chips

Organization committee:
Steering committee chair: Bruce Childers (University of Pittsburgh)
General chair: Jun Yang (University of Pittsburgh)
Program chair: Youtao Zhang (University of Pittsburgh)

Program committee: (current members)
Sangyeun Cho University of Pittsburgh
Wei-Chung Hsu University of Minnesota
Michael Huang University of Rochester
David Kaeli Northeastern University
Hsien-Hsin Lee Georgia Institute of Technology
Yunheung Paek Seoul National University
Alex M. Settle Intel Corp.
David Whalley Florida State University
Xiaotong Zhuang IBM T.J. Waston Research

Submission guidelines:
The program committee invites authors to submit up to 5000 words, in
double column, 10-point or larger, single spacing, up to 10 pages of
manuscript, describing original, unpublished recent results related to
the workshop theme. Submission must be in pdf format and emailed to
zhangyt@cs.pitt.edu. The submission should also include the contact
author's email address on the front page.

Important deadlines:
Paper submission: December 7, 2008
Acceptance notification: January 11, 2009
Final version due by: January 25, 2009
 

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