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Date: 23 Mar 2007 22:17:59 -0400
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The Twelfth Asia-Pacific Computer Systems Architecture Conference
Seoul, Korea, 23rd-25th August, 2007


The Twelfth Asia-Pacific Computer Systems Architecture Conference
(ACSAC 2007)
will be held in Seoul, Korea, during August 23rd-25th, 2007.
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers on all aspects of
systems and architecture, including (but not limited to) the

- Instruction-level parallelism (ILP) and thread-level parallelism
- Processor architectures and microarchitectures
- Parallel architectures and computation models
- Reconfigurable computing systems
- Memory systems
- Operating systems for emerging architectures
- High-performance I/O architectures
- Compilers and tools for all of the above
- Simulation and performance evaluation
- Hardware support for OS and compilers
- Energy efficient and power aware techniques
- Interconnect networks and network interfaces
- Benchmarking and measurement of real systems?
- OS and architecture support for secure computing
- Architectures for high-productivity embedded systems
- Impact of VLSI scaling and advanced submicron design
- Hardware/software partitioning, co-design and co-verification
- Self-timed/globally asynchronous locally synchronous designs
- Methodologies & architectures for application-specific systems
- High-availability, high-reliability and fault tolerant?
- Mobile system designs and implementations
- Ubiquitous computing and architectures
- Next-generation computing technologies



Submissions of Full Papers: 12th April, 2007
Author Notification: 28th May, 2007
Camera-Ready Papers: 11th June, 2007
Conference Dates: 23rd-25th August, 2007

Both research and industry papers are solicited. All the accepted
papers of the
12th ACSAC will be published in Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Technical papers for the 12th ACSAC must include an abstract of
100-150 words
and must not exceed 12 pages. Papers must be formatted according to
the rules
of LNCS and submitted electronically in PDF format only. Formatting
and templates are available at
The publication of a paper requires at least one of the authors to
fully register and
present the paper at the conference. Manuscripts that are previously
published or
are being considered for publication elsewhere are not eligible to be
considered for

For further information please visit the conference web site:


General Chairs:
Lynn Choi
Korea University
Sung Bae Park
Samsung Electronics

Program Chairs:
Sangyeun Cho
University of Pittsburgh
Yunheung Paek
Seoul National University
John Morris
University of Auckland

Publicity Chair:
Ki-Seok Chung
Hanyang University

Publication Chair:
Hwangnam Kim
Korea University

Local Arrangement Chair:
Sung Woo Chung
Korea University

Finance Chair:
Yunmook Nah
Dankook University

Registration Chair:
Youngho Choi
Konkuk University

Steering Committee

James R. Goodman (University of Auckland)
Jesse Z. Fang (Intel)
Gernot Heiser (National ICT)
Kei Hiraki (Tokyo University)
Chris Jesshope (University of Amsterdam)
Feipei Lai (National Taiwan University)
John Morris (University of Auckland)
Amos Omondi (Yonsei University)
Ronald Pose (Monash University)
Stanislav Sedukhin (University of Aizi)
Mateo Valero (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya)
Jingling Xue (University of New South Wales)
Pen-Chung Yew (University of Minnesota)

Program Committee

Vijayan Asari (Old Dominion University, USA)
Bruce Christianson (University of Hertfordshire, UK)
Jin Young Choi (Korea University, Korea)
Sung Woo Chung (Korea University, Korea)
Colin Egan (University of Hertfordshire, UK)
Skevos Evripidou (University of Cyprus, Cyprus)
Wong Weng Fai (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Michael Freeman (University of York, UK)
Guang G. Gao (University of Delaware, USA)
Jean-Luc Gaudiot (University of California, USA)
Alex Gontmakher (Technion, Israel)
Sudhanva Gurumurthi (University of Virginia, USA)
Gernot Heiser (National ICT, Australia)
Wei-Chung Hsu (University of Minnesota, USA)
Suntae Hwang (Kookmin University, Korea)
Chris Jesshope (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Hong Jiang (University of Nebraska-Lincol, USA)
Jeremy Jones (Trinity College, Ireland)
Norman P. Jouppi (Hewlett Packard, USA)
Cheol Hong Kim (Chonnam University, Korea)
Doohyun Kim (Konkuk University, Korea)
Feipei Lai (National Technological University, Taiwan)
Hock Beng Lim (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Philip Machanick (University of Queensland, Australia)
Worawan Marurngsith (Thammasat University, Thailand)
Henk Muller (University of Bristol, UK)
Sukumar Nandi (Indian Institute of Technology, India)
Tin-Fook Ngai (Intel China Research Center, China)
Amos Omondi (Yonsei University, Korea)
L M Patnaik (Indian Institute of Science, India)
Andy Pimentel (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Ronald Pose (Monash University , Australia)
Stanislav G. Sedukhin (University of Aizu, Japan)
Won Shim (Seoul National University of Technology, Korea)
Mark Smotherman (Clemson University , USA)
K. Sridharan (Indian Institute of Technology, India)
Paul Stravers (Philips Research, Netherlands)
Rajeev Thakur (Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
Mateo Valero (Technical University of Catalonia, Spain)
Stamatis Vassiliadis (University of Delft, Netherlands)
Lucian N. Vintan (University of Sibiu, Romania)
Tanya Vladimirova (University of Surrey, UK)
Chengyong Wu (Institute of Computing Technology, China)
Zhi-Wei Xu (Institute of Computing Technology, China)
Jingling Xue (University of New South Wales, Australia)
Pen-Chung Yew (University of Minnesota, USA)


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