CFP: Virtual Execution Environments (VEE) 2008, Deadline 27 August (Seattle, Mar 08)

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18 Apr 2007 13:42:11 -0400

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From: David Gregg <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 18 Apr 2007 13:42:11 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, CFP, VM
Posted-Date: 18 Apr 2007 13:42:11 EDT

                        The 2008 ACM SIGPLAN/SIGOPS International Conference on
                                              Virtual Execution Environments

                                                Seattle, USA, March 5-7, 2008
                                                  Co-located with ASPLOS 2008

                                                          Call For Papers

The VEE conference brings together researchers and practitioners in
the area of virtual execution environments for programs and systems.
The conference seeks original papers on virtualization at all levels
of the hardware and software stack. The topics of interest including,
but are not limited to:

      o Virtual machines for high-level languages
      o Programming language support for virtualization
      o Compiler support for virtualization including dynamic compilation
      o Binary translation and optimization
      o Novel techniques and applications of interpreters
      o Automatic resource and memory management
      o Virtualization for security and reliability
      o Virtualization technologies for grid computing
      o Virtualization technologies for parallel computing
      o Virtual machine monitors
      o Operating system support for virtualization
      o Management technologies for virtual environments
      o Large-scale virtual environments
      o Virtual Storage
      o Virtualization technologies for desktop applications
      o Applications that use virtualization in novel ways
      o Other experiences with virtual execution environments
      o Performance analysis and debugging for virtual exec. environments


      All times specified below are US Pacific Daylight Savings Time.
      These deadlines are strict and *no extensions will be granted*.
      To convert these times to other time zones, see

              Abstract Submission Deadline: August 27, 2007 at 11:59pm PDT
                    Paper Submission Deadline: September 3, 2007 at 11:59pm PDT
                  Notification of Acceptance: November 2, 2007
                          Final Paper Submission: January 7, 2008

      *Note the earlier-than-usual deadline, needed in order to co-locate
      VEE 2008 with ASPLOS.*


      Papers must be formatted according to the ACM proceedings format and
      should be no longer than 10 pages in this format. This 10-page limit
      includes everything (i.e., it is the total length of the paper).
      The formatting rules will be strictly enforced, and papers that do
      not conform to them may be automatically rejected by the program
      chairs. Templates for the ACM proceedings format can be found at:


      Submissions should be in PDF and printable on US Letter-sized paper.

      Submitted papers must describe work unpublished in venues with a
      formal proceedings, and not currently submitted for publication
      elsewhere. See the SIGPLAN republication policy for more details:


      Authors of accepted papers will be required to sign ACM copyright
      release forms. Proceedings will be published by ACM Press.


      The program committee will evaluate the technical contribution of
      each submission as well as its general accessibility to the VEE
      audience. Papers will be judged on significance, originality,
      relevance, correctness, and clarity. The abstract and introduction
      must be written so that they can be understood by an audience with
      varied expertise. The paper should clearly identify what has been
      accomplished, why it is significant, and how it compares with
      previous work. Papers in new areas or novel approaches to existing
      areas are especially encouraged. It is acceptable for papers in new
      areas to contain fewer quantitative evaluations and comparisons than
      those in more established areas. Suggestions on how to prepare a
      good submission can be found at the following two web sites:



          General Chair : David Gregg (Trinity College Dublin)
          Program Co-Chair: Vikram Adve (University of Illinois)
          Program Co-Chair: Brian Bershad (University of Washington)


          To be decided.


          CHAIR: Michael Hind, IBM Research
          Tarek S. Abdelrahman, U of Toronto
          Hans Boehm, HP Labs
          Alva Couch, Tufts University
          Anton Ertl, T. U. Wien
          Michael Franz, UC Irvine
          David Gregg, Trinity College Dublin
          David Grove, IBM Research
          Sam Midkiff, Purdue University
          Jan Vitek, Purdue University

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