|CASES 2003 Call For Papers (San Jose CA, Oct/Nov 03) firstname.lastname@example.org (CASES) (2003-03-14)|
|Date:||14 Mar 2003 11:40:51 -0500|
|Organization:||University of California, Riverside|
|Keywords:||conference, CFP, embedded|
|Posted-Date:||14 Mar 2003 11:40:51 EST|
Int. Conf. on Compilers, Architecture and Synthesis for Embedded Systems
FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS
Doubletree Hotel, San Jose, California
October 30 - November 1, 2003
Submission deadline: June 20, 2003
Demand for high performance embedded computing and increases in complexity
of embedded software require leveraging diverse architecture,
microarchitecture and compiler research. Application-specific solutions
are needed in embedded areas, such as digital audio/video, imaging, game
consoles, graphics, mobile and web appliances, and automotive systems.
There are new challenges for embedded systems, such as time-to-market,
cost, code size, weight, power, and real-time behavior.
The CASES conference provides a forum for emerging technology in embedded
computing systems, with an emphasis on compilers and architectures for
embedded systems. CASES is a common forum for researchers with an interest
in embedded systems to reach across vertically integrated communities and
to promote synergies. As evident from the past CASES meetings, several
emerging applications are critically dependent on these interactions for
their sustained growth and evolution.
This year, the sixth in the CASES series, the conference will focus on the
complexity of system-level design and its associated challenges and
requirements for compilers and architectures.
AREAS OF INTEREST
Conference topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas.
* Application-specific and domain-specific embedded system
* Compilation techniques that focus on embedded architectures
* Customizable Processors and Digital Signal Processors
* Design, specification, and analysis of embedded systems
* Dynamic compilation and managed runtime environments for embedded systems
* Embedded uses of instruction-level parallelism, including VLIW, EPIC
* Embedded system integration and testing
* Heterogeneous multiprocessing on a chip
* Memory management, smart caches and compiler controlled memories
* Novel architectures and micro-architectures for embedded systems
* Low-power architectures, power vs. performance tradeoffs
* Profiling, measurement, and analysis techniques of embedded applications
* Reconfigurable embedded computing systems
* Software design for multiprocessor embedded systems
* System-on-a-Chip and System-on-a-Programmable-Chip architectures,
compilers and tools
* Validation, verification, and debugging techniques for embedded software
* VLSI and circuit techniques for embedded system design
Papers submissions should contain significant novel ideas and technical
results, and should represent original work not previously published nor
currently being considered for publication in other forums.
Papers should be submitted electronically through the conference web site
listed at the top of this call for papers, in PDF format. Submissions
should be no more than 6000 mords and 22 double spaced pages, with 1 inch
margins and 12 pt font. Author affiliations should be included on the first
page of the paper, along with a 300 word single spaced abstract.
- Submissions: June 20, 2003*
- Notification of acceptance: August 15, 2003
- Final paper due: August 25, 2003
* There is an automatic one week extension for late submissions.
There will be no extensions beyond June 27th.
Jaime Moreno, IBM Research
Praveen Murthy, Fujitsu
Tom Conte, NC State University, email@example.com
Paolo Faraboschi, HP Labs, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wei Zhao, Texas Instruments
Frank Vahid, University of California Riverside
Trevor Mudge, University of Michigan
Jason Fritts, Washington University in St. Louis
Local Arrangments Chair
Mauricio Serrano, Intel
Paper Submissions Chair
Dan Connors, University of Colorado
Mongkol Ekpanyapong and Diana Fouts, Georgia Institute of Technology
Guang R. Gao, University of Delaware
Vinod Kathail, HP Labs
Edward Lee, University of California Berkeley
Jaime Moreno, IBM Research
Krishna V. Palem, Georgia Institute of Technology
Wayne Wolf, Princeton University
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