IEEE Workshop on Power Management for Real-Time and Embedded Systems
4 Mar 2001 01:47:17 -0500

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Date: 4 Mar 2001 01:47:17 -0500
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Keywords: conference, CFP
Posted-Date: 04 Mar 2001 01:47:17 EST

                                                            CALL FOR PAPERS

      IEEE Workshop on Power Management for Real-Time and Embedded Systems

                                                        In conjunction with
        the IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS 2001)

                                                              May 29, 2001
                                                        Taipei, Taiwan ROC


Low power and energy consumption is rapidly becoming one of the most
important constraints for portable and server computer systems. For
portable systems, reducing energy consumption leads to longer mission
duration and lower cost (packaging, weight, battery size, etc.). For
servers, reducing power consumption increases server density and
reliability, while decreasing the cost of cooling. The role of power and
energy consumption to real-time and embedded systems is well recognized and
becoming an increasingly important area of research. This workshop solicits
papers that report new results on the unique challenges faced by low power
real-time and embedded systems. The topics of interest include but are not
limited to:

      * Power management at the operating system, middleware, compiler, and
          architectural levels
      * Measurement, evaluation, and analysis of power-aware systems
      * Design tools for building and evaluating power efficient systems
      * Trade-offs between energy, power, performance, code size, chip area,
          and other design constraints
      * Novel implementations of low power systems
      * APIs and interfaces for power management
      * Techniques for device power management and variable voltage scheduling
      * Power-aware embedded memories
      * Low power embedded processor and system architectures

Accepted papers will be published in a digest of papers to be distributed
at the workshop. The best papers will also be included in an edited book on
power-aware systems to be published by Kluwer/Plenum. Electronic submission
of papers is required.

The deadline for submissions is April 6, 2001. Papers may be submitted
through the workshop's web site. Papers should be at most 3,000 words
(approximately 6 pages in 10-point type, two columns) and formatted in US
Letter paper size (8.5 x 11.0"). Adobe PDF is preferred for submissions;
however, Postscript is acceptable. Papers must be viewable with Adobe
Acrobat 3.0 or Ghostscript. Please be sure that all necessary fonts are
embedded in the PDF or postscript file.

Submission Website

          Submissions may be made electronically through the workshop website
          starting March 6, 2001.

          Website URL:

Important Dates

          Papers due: April 6, 2001
          Authors notified: April 27, 2001
          Final papers due: May 20, 2001
          Workshop: May 29, 2001

Workshop Co-Chairs

          Bruce Childers (, University of Pittsburgh
          Rami Melhem (, University of Pittsburgh

Program Committee

          David Albonesi, University of Rochester
          Hakan Aydin, University of Pittsburgh
          Nader Bagherzadeh, University of California
          Luca Benini, Unversita di Bologna
          Carla Ellis, Duke University
          Seongsoo Hong, Seoul National University
          Mahmut Kandemir, Penn State University
          C. Mani Krishna, University of Massachusetts
          Jenq-Kuen Lee, National Tsing Hua University
          Daniel Mossť, University of Pittsburgh
          Trevor Mudge, University of Michigan
          Santosh Pande, Georgia Tech
          Viktor Prasanna, University of Southern California
          J. Ramanujam, Louisiana State University
          Takayasu Sakurai, University of Tokyo

RTAS Conference Web Site

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