|Call for Participation: RAAW 2006 (Orlando, Dec 2006) firstname.lastname@example.org (Mohamed Zahran) (2006-11-04)|
|From:||"Mohamed Zahran" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||4 Nov 2006 23:19:43 -0500|
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: RAAW 2006 in conjunction with MICRO-39
Sunday Dec 10th, Orlando, Florida,
Walt Disney World Swan Hotel
Reconfigurable and Adaptive Architecture Workshop (RAAW 2006), Held
in Conjunction with 39th International Conference on Microarchitecture
Hotel reservation cut-off date is Nov. 17, 2006 (Friday), 5 PM Eastern
Early registration: before Nov 21st, 2006
The tremendous advances in process technology provide architects and
microarchitects with many interesting opportunities for making use of
the huge transistor budget to enhance performance and increase
throughput. However, the complexity of software applications and system
software presents a challenging problem. The varying requirements of
the different applications running on a single machine, as well as the
changing behavior of a single application during its lifetime, make
choosing a suitable general purpose architecture a big challenge. This
raises the need for an architecture that can adapt to the different
requirements of the applications. The power consumption limits and the
growing importance of reliability further add to the appeal of such
adaptive architectures. Adaptive and reconfigurable architectures are
also becoming important in the embedded systems area. The
functionalities and the performance requirements of embedded systems
are increasing. However, the very low energy consumption requirements
of such systems have to be maintained.
The Reconfigurable and Adaptive Architecture Workshop provides a
high-quality forum for computer scientists and engineers to present
their latest research findings in the rapidly evolving field of
reconfigurable and adaptive architectures.
Session 1: (1:30-3:00 PM)
Keynote Speech: Prof. David Albonesi, University of Cornell
Title: "Adaptive Multi-threaded Microprocessors"
"Mapping Streaming Architectures on Reconfigurable Platforms"
Nikolaos Bellas, Sek M. Chai, Malcolm Dwyer, Dan Linzmeier
Embedded Systems Research, Motorola Labs
Session 2: (3:30- 5:00PM)
"Custom Code Generation for Soft Processors"
Martin Labrecque, Peter Yiannacouras and J. Gregory Steffan, University
"Improving Instruction Level Parallelism through Reconfigurable Units
in Superscalar Processors" Tameesh Suri, State University of New York
"Architectural Contesting: Exposing and Exploiting Temperamental
Hashem H. Najaf-abadi Eric Rotenberg, North Carolina State University
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