|CODES-ISSS 2003 Call For Papers (Los Angeles, Oct 03) firstname.lastname@example.org (CODES-ISSS) (2003-03-14)|
|Date:||14 Mar 2003 11:50:16 -0500|
|Organization:||University of California, Riverside|
|Keywords:||conference, CFP, hardware|
|Posted-Date:||14 Mar 2003 11:50:16 EST|
CODES-ISSS 2003 Merged Conference
CALL FOR PAPERS
Submission deadline: Monday, April 7, 2003
Marriott Hotel, Newport Beach, California, USA
Oct. 1-3, 2003
CODES-ISSS MERGED CONFERENCE
The CODES-ISSS Conference is the merger of two major international symposia
on hardware/software codesign and system synthesis, combining the strengths
of these closely related communities in an open forum promoting active
discussion on innovative topics. The program actively seeks industry
participation. High-quality original papers will be accepted for oral
presentation followed by interactive poster sessions. Proceedings are
published by ACM SIGDA, and select papers will be targeted for a special
issue of ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems (TECS).
AREAS OF INTEREST
The CODES-ISSS Conference invites papers on all aspects of the design and
architecture of semi-custom heterogeneous embedded computing systems --
systems such as medical devices, cell phones, network processors, handheld
computers, and other systems-on-a-chip (SoCs). Topics of interest include,
but are not limited to:
1) HIGH-LEVEL, ARCHITECTURAL AND SYSTEM-LEVEL SYNTHESIS: Specification and
modeling, design representation, synthesis, partitioning, estimation,
design space exploration, codesign for reliable systems.
2) HARDWARE/SOFTWARE CODESIGN: Codesign methodologies, test and debug
strategies, interaction between architecture and software design, design
space exploration beyond traditional hw/sw boundary, theory and algorithms.
3) SPECIFICATION LANGUAGES: System level models and semantics, timing, power,
formal properties, heterogeneous systems and components.
4) EMBEDDED SYSTEMS SOFTWARE: Compilers, memory management, virtual machines,
scheduling, concurrent software for SoCs, distributed/resource aware OS,
OS and middleware support for application specific processors.
5) EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE: Heterogeneous multiprocessors,
reconfigurable platforms, memory management support, communication,
6) APPLICATION-SPECIFIC PROCESSOR ARCHITECTURES AND SYNTHESIS: Network
processors, media processors, app-specific HW accelerators, reconfigurable
processors, low power embedded processors, bio/fluidic processors.
7) SYNTHESIS, MODELING AND ANALYSIS: Low power, power-aware, testable,
reliable, verifiable systems, performance modeling, validation and
cosimulation, security issues.
8) INDUSTRIAL PRACTICES AND BENCHMARK SUITES: System design, processor design,
software, tools, case studies, trends, emerging technologies, experience
maintaining benchmark suites, representation, interchange format, tools,
copyrights, maintenance, reference implementations, and metrics.
9) CODESIGN AND SYSTEM SYNTHESIS IN EDUCATION: Courses, textbooks, teaching
tools and methods.
10) NEW TOPICS: New challenges for next generation semi-custom heterogeneous
computing systems, arising from new technologies (e.g., nanotechnology)
or new applications (e.g., ubiquitous computing). Studies of how technology
and applications interact to motivate new solutions and design approaches,
e.g., on-chip heterogeneous multiprocessing and user-friendly HCI leading
to new programmer.s views in system-level design and resulting in new
benchmarks, models, architectures, design tools and methodologies.
Papers should represent original work not published or submitted for
publication in other forums. Submitted papers should be close to the final
version since there is less than one month between notification of acceptance
and the deadline for the final version. Formal proceedings will be published
by ACM SIGDA in hardcopy, web page, and a CD-ROM. Papers should be submitted
electronically over the web. By March 15, the CODES-ISSS website will open
its paper submission page that will guide the authors through the submission
process. The paper must be in PDF, 6 pages or less, and follow the ACM
two-column proceedings format at a minimum of 9 pt on 8.5"x11", letter-sized
page (no A4 please). For the purpose of anonymous review, DO NOT REVEAL
AUTHORSHIP DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY THROUGH REFERENCES. LaTeX users: make sure
your PDF uses vectored fonts, not bitmapped fonts.
By submitting a paper, the authors agree to prepare the final camera ready
version and to present the paper in person at the symposium, if the paper is
Proposals for group discussions and special sessions are also invited. These
would generally be single page proposals succinctly outlining the topic,
problem(s) addressed, positioning and likely participants. Attention must be
paid to audience participation in such discussions. While all technical topics
within the areas of interest are welcome, we are especially interested in
emerging technical areas such as opto/bio/electronic and medical embedded
systems, their applications and case studies. Other possibilities include
"devil's advocate" and "what's hot, what's not" sessions.
* Deadline for submission: Monday, April 7, 2003
* Notification of acceptance: Friday, June 6, 2003
* Deadline for final version: Friday, July 4, 2003
Papers submitted after the deadline, exceeding the page limit, or revealing
the authorship, will automatically be rejected.
Rajesh Gupta, CSE, Univ. of California, San Diego, email@example.com
Yukihiro Nakamura, Kyoto Univ., Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex Orailoglu, CSE, Univ. of California, San Diego, email@example.com
Pai H. Chou, EECS, Univ. of California, Irvine, firstname.lastname@example.org
ISSS: El Mostapha Aboulhamid, Montreal;
CODES: Sharon Hu, Notre Dame, and Joerg Henkel, NEC C&C Research Labs
Finance and Local Arrangements: Tony Givargis, UC Irvine
New Topics: JoAnn Paul, CMU
Panels: Reinaldo Bergamaschi, IBM TJ Watson
Publications: Ali Dasdan, Synopsys
Publicity: Frank Vahid, UC Riverside
Registration: Harry Hsieh, UC Riverside
Special Session: Luciano Lavagno, Politecnico Torino
Workshops: Petru Eles, Linkoping Univ.
Electronic Media: Ismet Bayraktaroglu, Sun
Awards: Raul Camposano, Synopsys
Industry: Grant Martin, Cadence
CASS: Giovanni De Micheli, Stanford
ACM SIGDA: Bob Walker, Kent State
IFIP: Nikil Dutt, UC Irvine
ACM SIGBED: Janos Sztipanovits, Vanderbilt U.
ACM SIGSOFT: Mary Jean Harrold, Georgia Tech.
Computer Society: Wayne Wolf, Princeton
Latin Connection: Ricardo Reis, Univ. Fed Rio Grande
Europe Conn.: Axel Jantsch, Royal Inst. of Tech
Asian Conn.: Hiroto Yasuura, Kyushu Univ.
Luca Benini, University of Bologna
Donatella Sciuto, Politecnico di Milano
Edwin Sha, University of Texas at Dallas
M. Balakrishnan, India Institute of Technology
Soonhoi Ha, Seoul National University
Kazutoshi Wakabayashi, NEC
Albert van der Werf, Philips
Jan Madsen, Technical University of Denmark
Juergen Teich, Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg
Stamatis Vassiliadis, TU Delft
Rolf Ernst, TU Braunschweig
Allen C.-H. Wu, National Tsinghua Univ, Taiwan
Guido Araujo, State Univ Campinas, Brazil
Cathy Gebotys, Univ of Waterloo
Daniel Gajski, University of California, Irvine
Fadi J. Kurdahi, University of California, Irvine
Walid Najjar, University of California, Riverside
Vince Mooney, Georgia Tech
Peter Marwedel, Universitat Dortmund & ICD
Wolfgang Rosenstiel, Univ of Tuebingen, Germany
Joe Buck, Synopsys
Sujit Dey, University of California, San Diego
Lev Markov, Sun Microsystems
Roman Hermida, Universidad Complutense
Sanjiv Narayan, Cadence Design Systems
Margarida F. Jacome, University of Texas, Austin
Don Thomas, Carnegie Mellon University
Majid Sarrafzadeh, University of California, Los Angeles
Anne Mignotte, INSA Lyon,
Miguel Miranda, IMEC
Kees A. Vissers, University of California, Berkeley
Kazuaki Murakami, Kyushu University
Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, UC Berkeley
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