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IOM 2009 : 1st Workshop on The Influence of I/O on Microprocessor Architecture

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Link: http://berkeley.intel‐research.net/iom‐2009
 
When Feb 15, 2009 - Feb 15, 2009
Where Raleigh
Abstract Registration Due Dec 12, 2008
Submission Deadline Dec 19, 2008
Notification Due Jan 9, 2009
Categories    architecture   I/O   microprocessors   accelerators
 

Call For Papers

Workshop on The Influence of I/O on Microprocessor Architecture (IOM-2009)
February 15, 2009

Co-located with HPCA-15 in Raleigh, North Carolina – February 14-18, 2009.

Website: http://berkeley.intel-research.net/iom‐2009

Increasing dependency of applications on I/O, emergence of new
I/O technologies and integration lead us to believe that I/O will
have a profound influence on future microprocessor architecture.
The workshop solicits original papers on completed work, future
directions, position papers, and/or work-in progress papers in the
following areas. We encourage all to submit papers that bring out
new and interesting approaches even if they are in early stages of
development. The main goal is to have leading researchers in
academia and industry to meet and put their ideas on the table.
- Historical perspectives on how I/O subsystems have evolved
- Evaluation of existing I/O subsystems and implications
- Microprocessor core/cache architecture enhancements for
efficient I/O processing, I/O related data movement and
power management
- Relationships between typical programmable cores,
accelerators and I/O (tightly coupled communications and
computational accelerators)
- Software-Hardware partitioning of I/O processing
- Influence of I/O subsystem virtualization
- Architectural trade-offs when integrating various forms of I/O
(wireless or wired networking, storage, USB and high
performance interconnects)
- Integration styles – monolithic integration of existing discrete
designs or infusion of I/O into microprocessor cores
- Measurement, modeling and simulation paradigms to improve
the evaluation of processor-I/O interaction
Important Dates
Abstract: December 12th, 2008
Final Paper: December 19th, 2008
Final Agenda: January 9th, 2009
Workshop: February, 15th, 2009
Submission Instructions
The document format of your submission should be in the same
format used for the HPCA conference. All submissions must be in
PDF format and are strictly limited to 10 pages. Shorter papers
that clearly articulate a position or set a fundamental direction are
welcome. Please see workshop website for further instructions.

Contact Information
General: ram.huggahalli@intel.com, bhuyan@cs.ucr.edu
Submissions: xia.zhu@intel.com

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