GROW'10 - 2nd Workshop on GCC Research Opportunities (Pisa IT, Jan 10)

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From: Dorit Nuzman <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers,comp.arch
Date: Tue, 29 Dec 2009 02:46:18 -0800 (PST)
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, GCC
Posted-Date: 30 Dec 2009 02:04:51 EST

Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this call.

                                                          CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

                                                          2nd Workshop on
                                                GCC Research Opportunities


                                            January 23, 2010, Pisa, Italy

                                  (co-located with HiPEAC 2010 Conference)

We invite you to participate in GROW 2010, the Workshop on GCC
Research opportunities, to be held in Pisa, Italy in January 23, 2010,
along with the conference on High-Performance Embedded Architectures
and Compilers (HiPEAC).

The Workshop Program includes:
* Presentations of 8 selected papers
* A Keynote talk by Diego Novillo, Google, Canada, on:
"Using GCC as a toolbox for research: GCC plugins and whole-program
* A panel on plugins and the future of GCC

The Workshop Program is now available:

GROW workshop focuses on current challenges in research and
development of compiler analyses and optimizations based on the free
GNU Compiler Collection (GCC). The goal of this workshop is to bring
together people from industry and academia that are interested in
conducting research based on GCC and enhancing this compiler suite for
research needs. The workshop will promote and disseminate compiler
research (recent, ongoing or planned) with GCC, as a robust
industrial-strength vehicle that supports free and collaborative
research. The program will include an invited talk and a discussion
panel on future research and development directions of GCC.

**** Topics of interest ****

  Any issue related to innovative program analysis, optimizations and
run-time adaptation with GCC including but not limited to:

  * Classical compiler analyses, transformations and optimizations
  * Power-aware analyses and optimizations
  * Language/Compiler/HW cooperation
  * Optimizing compilation tools for heterogeneous/reconfigurable/
      multicore systems
  * Tools to improve compiler configurability and retargetability
  * Profiling, program instrumentation and dynamic analysis
  * Iterative and collective feedback-directed optimization
  * Case studies and performance evaluations
  * Techniques and tools to improve usability and quality of GCC
  * Plugins to enhance research capabilities of GCC

**** Organizers ****

  Grigori Fursin, INRIA, France
  Dorit Nuzman, IBM, Israel

**** Program Committee ****

  Arutyun I. Avetisyan, ISP RAS, Russia
  Zbigniew Chamski, Infrasoft IT Solutions, Poland
  Albert Cohen, INRIA, France
  David Edelsohn, IBM, USA
  Bjorn Franke, University of Edinburgh, UK
  Grigori Fursin, INRIA, France
  Benedict Gaster, AMD, USA
  Jan Hubicka, SUSE
  Paul H.J. Kelly, Imperial College of London, UK
  Ondrej Lhotak, University of Waterloo, Canada
  Hans-Peter Nilsson, Axis Communications, Sweden
  Diego Novillo, Google, Canada
  Dorit Nuzman, IBM, Israel
  Sebastian Pop, AMD, USA
  Ian Lance Taylor, Google, USA
  Chengyong Wu, ICT, China
  Kenneth Zadeck, NaturalBridge, USA
  Ayal Zaks, IBM, Israel

**** Previous Workshops ****


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