ISCA '94 CFP: International Symposium on Computer Architecture (Andrew Chien)
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From: (Andrew Chien)
Summary: ISCA '94 CFD
Keywords: architecture, CFP
Organization: University of Illinois, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Urbana, IL
Date: Thu, 6 May 1993 14:25:17 GMT

                                                                CALL FOR PAPERS
                                    The 21st Annual International Symposium on
                                                          Computer Architecture
                                                              Chicago, Illinois
                                                        Dates: April 18-21, 1993

                                                                    Sponsored by
                                    Association for Computing Machinery/SIGARCH
                                                          IEEE Computer Society
                        Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

                                                            In Cooperation with
                                  The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Eight copies of a double-spaced manuscript, in English, and not exceeding
6000 words in length, should be sent to the Program Chair. Papers will be
accepted for consideration until October 15, 1993. A single cover sheet
should be included which contains: paper title, full names, affiliations,
complete addresses, phone and FAX numbers, and email addresses of the
authors, as well as a 100 to 150 word abstract and a list of up to five
keywords. Because the identity of authors will not be revealed to the
referees, authors' names and affiliations must appear only on the cover
sheet. Authors must avoid references and citations that compromise

Notification of acceptance for both regular and other presentations will
be mailed by January 5, 1993. Authors of papers accepted as regular
papers will be requested to submit a final, camera-ready copy by
          February 15, 1994. for inclusion in the proceedings.

          Papers are solicited on any aspects of Computer Architecture. Topic
          areas include, but are not limited to,

              - Novel architectures and computing techniques
              - Multiprocessors, multicomputers, and distributed architectures
              - Superscalar, Superpipelined, and VLIW processors
              - Very-high performance architectures
              - Massively parallel architectures
              - Architectural implications of application characteristics
              - Non-numeric architectures
              - Technology impact on architecture
              - Language and operating systems support
              - Application-specific architectures
              - Performance evaluation and measurement
              - Memory systems

As always, papers will be judged on their scientific merit and antici-
pated interest to conference attendees. It is understood that papers in
new areas are likely to contain less quantitative evaluations and
comparisons than those in more established areas.

As in previous years, a series of tutorials and workshops will be held
immediately preceding and/or following the symposium. Tutorial and
workshop proposals will be accepted until November 1, 1993.

If you wish to organize a full or 1/2 day tutorial, please send to the
Tutorials Co-Chairs five copies of a detailed proposal, including tutorial
title, outline, brief description of topics to be covered, intended
audience, assumed attendee background, and the name(s), affiliation(s),
and resume(s) of the speaker(s).

If you wish to organize a workshop, please send to either one of the the
Workshops Co-Chairs five copies of a detailed proposal, including workshop
title, description of its scope, list of invited partici- pants, and
name(s) and affiliation(s) of the organizer(s).

          Steering Committee:

              Dharma P. Agrawal, North Carolina State University, Raleigh
              Forest Basket, Silicon Graphics
              Lubomir Bic, University of California, Irvine
              Edward S. Davidson, University of Michigan
              John L. Hennessy, Stanford University
              Yale N. Patt, University of Michigan
              Alan J. Smith, University of California, Berkeley

          General Co-Chairs:

              Wen-mei W. Hwu
              Coordinated Science Laboratory
              University of Illinois
              1308 W. Main St.
              Urbana, IL 61801

              Pen-Chung Yew
              Center for Supercomputing Research and Development
              University of Illinois
              1308 W. Main St.
              Urbana, IL 61801

          Program Chair: Janak H. Patel
              Coordinated Science Laboratory
              University of Illinois
              1308 W. Main St.
              Urbana, IL 61801

          Tutorials Chair: Prith Banerjee
              Coordinated Science Laboratory
              University of Illinois
              1308 W. Main St.
              Urbana, IL 61801

          Workshops Co-Chairs:

              Michael J. Foster
              Division of Microelectronics Information
                    Processing Systems,
              National Science Foundation,
              1800 G Street, NW
              Washington, DC 20550

              Kai Li
              Department of Computer Science
              35 Olden Street,
              Princeton University,
              Princeton, NJ 08544

          Finance Chair: Jose A. Fortes
              School of Electrical Engineering
              Purdue University

          Registration Chair:
              Josep Torrellas
              Center for Supercomputing Research and Development
              University of Illinois
              1308 West Main Street
              Urbana, IL 61801

          Publicity and Publication Chair:
              Andrew A. Chien
              Computer Science Department
              University of Illinois
              1304 W. Springfield Ave.
              Urbana, IL 61801

          Local Arrangement Chair:
              John R. Barr
              Software Systems Research Laboratory
              Corporate Software Research and Development
              Motorola, Inc.

Professor Andrew A. Chien 1304 W. Springfield Avenue
Department of Computer Science Urbana, IL 61801
University of Illinois Email:
Phone: (217)333-6844
FAX: (217)333-3501

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