MICRO-35 -- Submission Guidelines and Deadline (June 17th)

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13 Jun 2002 21:09:11 -0400

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From: "Dan Connors" <dconnors@colorado.edu>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 13 Jun 2002 21:09:11 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, CFP
Posted-Date: 13 Jun 2002 21:09:11 EDT

                                        MICRO-35 Call for Papers

            The 35th International IEEE/ACM Symposium on Microarchitecture

                                      Istanbul, Turkey, Nov. 18-22, 2002

To clarify, double blind reviewing will be used for all MICRO-35
submissions, it is not optional. We apologize for an error in the
previous posting. Here is a corrected version.

Paper submission guidelines: The submission must be a PDF file,
formatted for letter size paper. Please do not exceed 6000
words. MICRO-35 will use a double-blind reviewing process. You must
remove the author names and affiliations from the paper. Also, please
use your common sense so that the reader cannot determine the author's
identity in a very obvious way.




    Paper submission: June 10, 2002
    One-week extension June 17 (Midnight EDT, USA), 2002
    Workshop/Tutorial Proposals: June 14, 2002
    Author Notification: August 12, 2002
    Final Version: September 9, 2002

The International Symposium on Microarchitecture continues to be the
premier technical forum for presenting the latest developments in
microarchitecture research. The 35th Microarchitecture (MICRO-35)
Symposium will be held in Istanbul, Turkey from November 18 to
November 22, 2002. Authors are invited to submit full papers on
microarchitecture research and related topics.

Istanbul has many historical treasures:

Areas of interest for MICRO-35 include:

                          * ILP architectures and designs: Superscalar, VLIW, EPIC
                          * Compiler techniques for instruction-level parallelism
                          * Multithreaded processors and compilation
                          * Architectures and compilers for embedded processors
                              (imaging, graphics, speech recognition, networking,
                          * Dynamic optimization, emulation, and code translation
                          * Advanced software and hardware speculation and prediction
                          * Hardware/compiler techniques for improving memory
                          * Hardware/software techniques for efficient SOC designs
                          * Hardware/software techniques for low-power computing
                          * Theoretical foundations of instruction level parallelism
                          * Novel approaches to fine-grain parallel processing

You will find all information related to the conference at the
official MICRO-35 web site:



Please check the Micro-35 web site for upcoming paper submission
procedures. Paper submissions should not exceed 6,000 words. Papers
that exceed the length limit may not be reviewed. The official
submission receipt deadline is June 10, 2002. An automatic extension
of one week, until June 17, 2002 (Midnight EDT, USA) will be given
without request. However, no further extensions will be given.


The MICRO-35 symposium is currently taking Workshop/Tutorial
proposals. Information on workshop/tutorial proposals can be found at
the Micro-35 web site:

              MICRO-35 Call For Workshop/Tutorial Proposals
                              Nov 18-19, 2002, Istanbul, Turkey

Due the popularity and success of the workshops/tutorials at last
years MICRO, this year at MICRO-35 we are planning to expand from 1
day to 2 days of pre-conference workshops and tutorials. They will
take place in Istanbul, Turkey on Monday and Tuesday, Nov 18 and 19,
2002 before the main conference on Nov 20-22, 2002.

Last year, there were 5 workshops and 4 tutorials:
        o 4th ACM Workshop on Feedback Directed and Dynamic Optimization
        o 3rd Workshop on Media and Stream Processors
        o 5th Workshop on Multithreaded Execution, Architecture and Compilation
        o 4th Workshop on Workload Characterization
        o 1st Workshop on EPIC Compilers and Architectures
        o Tutorials on Liberty, SimpleScalar, Open Research Compiler
            for Itanium Processor Family, and Network Processing

With the expansion to 2 days, we invite proposals from those
interested in organizing a new tutorial or workshop to be held in
conjunction with the conference. They may be either a half day or a
full day. The range of interesting topics includes most areas of
computer architecture, microarchitecture, and compilers, but use the
MICRO-35 call for papers as a rough guide. While we are especially
interested in complementing the existing workshops with new tutorials
of interest to the MICRO community, we will also consider proposals
for new workshops.

Those who are interested in submitting a proposal, please send email
to the workshop chair (Erik Altman, ealtman@us.ibm.com) and the
tutorial chair (Evelyn Duesterwald, duester@hpl.hp.com). The
proposal should include:

        o Title
        o Short description or abstract
        o List of organizers
        o Contact name, email address, and telephone number
        o Preferred length (half or full day)

Submission deadline is June 14, 2002. Note that there is a limited
amount of time/space and we hope to devise a broad program of interest
to the MICRO community, so the number of accepted proposals will
depend on these issues.


            GENERAL CHAIR
                  Kemal Ebcioglu, IBM

            PROGRAM CHAIRS
                  Scott Mahlke, Michigan
                  B. Ramakrishna Rau, HP

            WORKSHOP CHAIR
                  Erik Altman, IBM

                            Evelyn Duesterwald, HP

                  Sadun Anik, Garanti, Istanbul

                  Dan Connors, Colorado

                  Sanjay Patel, Illinois

                            Emre Ozer, Agere

            PANEL CHAIR
                  Richard Belgard, Consultant

            FINANCE CHAIR
                            Irma Esmer, Intel

                  Richard Belgard, Consultant, Chairman
                  Tom Conte, NC State
                  Kemal Ebcioglu, IBM
                  Matt Farrens, UC-Davis
                  Josh Fisher, HP
                  Wen-mei Hwu, Illinois
                  Yale Patt, Texas
                  Ronny Ronen, Intel
                  Mike Schlansker, HP
                  Andy Wolfe, SONICblue

                            Santosh Abraham, Sun
                            Saman Amarasinghe, MIT
                            David August, Princeton
                            Todd Austin, Michigan
                            Pradip Bose, IBM
                            Brad Calder, UCSD
                            Doug Carmean, Intel
                            Tom Conte, NCSU
                            Jim Dehnert, Transmeta
                            Srinivas Devadas, MIT
                            Matt Farrens, UC-Davis
                            Guang Gao, Delaware
                            Antonio Gonzalez, UPC
                            Rajiv Gupta, Arizona
                            Wei Hsu, Minnesota
                            Wen-mei Hwu, Illinois
                            Richard Johnson, Transmeta
                            Roy Ju, Intel
                            Josep Llosa, UPC
                            Bill Mangione-Smith, UCLA
                            Margaret Martonosi, Princeton
                            Sanjay Patel, Illinois
                            Yale Patt, Texas
                            Ronny Ronen, Intel
                            Eric Rotenberg, NCSU
                            Mike Schlansker, HP
                            Jim Smith, Wisconsin
                            Carol Thompson, HP
                            Kees Vissers, TriMedia

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