SCOPES Call for Papers (Sept 04, Amsterdam)

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From: "Marianne Dalmolen" <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 26 Feb 2004 01:43:56 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, CFP
Posted-Date: 26 Feb 2004 01:43:56 EST

8th International Workshop on Software and
Compilers for Embedded Systems
September 2 - 3, 2004
NH Amsterdam Centre hotel, Amsterdam

The scope of the workshop is software for embedded systems. The
emphasis is on code generation techniques (compilers) for embedded
processors which consider their typical characteristics, for instance
heterogeneous register files, VLIW parallelism and special architectural
features for signal processing or microcontroller applications.

Topics of highest interest include:

- code generation for embedded processors
- compilers for reconfigurable architectures
- retargetable compilation techniques for fast design space exploration
- compilation for hardware/software co-design
- application specific programmable core/software development tools
- profiling and analysis techniques for embedded software
- optimizations for embedded Java
- specification and validation techniques for embedded software
- run-time support and real-time operating systems
- software synthesis
- exploitation of memory hierarchies
- optimization for low-power architectures
- design of embedded software

SCOPES 2004 solicits in particular papers on compilation and software
design for heterogeneous single chip multi-core processors, including
the partitioning and debugging of the software for such processors.

The plan is to have one day of the workshop devoted to compilers for
embedded processors and one day on general issues related to embedded
software and embedded processor architectures. In addition, there will
be a keynote presentation by a well-known speaker.

A key goal of the workshop is to provide an interactive atmosphere.
Questions are welcomed during all presentations. There will be sessions
to discuss specific topics. The workshop is open to all interested
participants active in the field.

Submitting Papers
Papers should present original, new research results not published
or submitted for publication in other forums. Papers should not exceed
15 pages (LNCS format) in postscript, PDF or RTF format. Papers should
be submitted using the submission page, which will be opened on
March 15th.

Important Dates
Abstracts due: April 8th, 2004. Strict paper submission deadline:
April 15th, 2004. Notification of acceptance: May 24th. The deadline
for the camera-ready final version is June 21st, 2004.

General chairs
- Marco Roodzant, ACE Associated Compiler Experts
- Henk Schepers, Philips Research

Local organisation
- Marianne Dalmolen, ACE Associated Compiler Experts

Program Committee
- Uwe Assmann, Linköpings Universitet
- Lex Augusteijn, Silicon Hive
- Shuvra Bhattacharyya, University of Maryland
- Albert Cohen, INRIA
- Alex Dean, North Carolina State University
- Nikil Dutt, University of California at Irvine
- Antonio González, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya & Intel Labs
- David Gregg, Trinity College Dublin
- Rajiv Gupta, University of Arizona
- Seongsoo Hong, Seoul National University
- Nigel Horspool, Victoria University
- Masaharu Imai, Osaka University
- Ahmed Jerraya, IMAG
- Daniel Kästner, AbsInt
- Andreas Krall, Technische Universität Wien
- Rainer Leupers, RWTH Aachen
- Annie Liu, SUNY Stony Brook
- Peter Marwedel, Universität Dortmund
- Tatsuo Nakajima, Waseda University
- Alex Nicolau, University of California at Irvine
- Yunheung Paek, Seoul National University
- Santosh Pande, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Robert Pasko, IMEC
- Sreeranga Rajan, Fujitsu
- Miguel Santana, STMicroelectronics
- Hans van Someren, ACE Associated Compiler Experts
- Hiroyuki Tomiyama, Nagoya University
- Bernard Wess, Technische Universität Wien
- David Whalley, Florida State University

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