CFP: 3rd Virtual Machine Research & Technology Symposium (VM '04, San JOse, May 04)

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4 Feb 2004 21:58:17 -0500

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From: Alex Walker <>
Newsgroups: comp.arch,comp.compilers,comp.lang.forth,
Date: 4 Feb 2004 21:58:17 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, VM, CFP
Posted-Date: 04 Feb 2004 21:58:17 EST

3rd Virtual Machine Research & Technology Symposium (VM '04)
May 6-7, 2004, San Jose, CA, USA
Sponsored by USENIX, in cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN
Dear Colleague,

I'm writing to invite you to attend the 3d Virtual Machine Research &
Technology Symposium (VM '04), which will be held May 6-7, 2004, in San
Jose, CA.

VM '04 will continue to emphasize research and advanced engineering
techniques applicable to the development of virtual machines, with an
emphasis on experimental results. Building on the success of the two
preceding Java(tm) Virtual Machine symposia, VM '04 has expanded its
scope to encompass other types of virtual machines, such as Microsoft's
.NET initiative, and low-level virtual machines/environments.

The technical program of the symposium includes 14 papers which
represent some of the best work in this area, on topics that include
virtual machine architecture and performance, virtualization, dynamic
optimization, and virtual grids. The symposium will feature two Keynote
Addresses, one by Mendel Rosenblum, Associate Professor of Computer
Science, Stanford University, and one by Miguel de Icaza, Co-founder and
CTO, Ximian. In addition, VM'04 will also feature Work-in-Progress
reports and poster session and several Birds-of-a-Feather meetings. A
program is available on the symposium Web site at

VM '04 promises to be an exciting meeting, presenting the best of
current research on virtual machines. I hope you will join us in San
Jose. Please visit the symposium Web site to register today!

Tarek S. Abdelrahman, University of Toronto
VM '04 Program Chair

P.S. The program committee is still seeking submissions for the
Work-in-Progress reports and poster session. Abstracts of 1-2 pages
(inclusive of any figures) should be submitted electronically to Saul
Wold ( by March 7, 2004 (this is a hard deadline).
Abstracts should be in PostScript or PDF format, viewable by Ghostview
or Acroread.Submissions longer than 2 pages will not be considered.
Please visit under WIPs for more
Call for Papers: VM'04 Work-in-Progress Reports and Poster Session
Submission Deadline: March 7, 2004 under WIPs

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