[hpc-announce] Call for Papers and Workshops/Tutorials Proposals: ISPASS 2013 (IEEE International Symposium on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software)

Niti Madan nitimadan at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 00:50:40 CDT 2012

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*ISPASS 2013 (IEEE International Symposium on Performance Analysis of
Systems and Software)*

*Date:* 21st to 23rd April 2013
*Location:* Austin, TX

*Website:* http://ispass.org/ispass2013/
Important Dates

*Paper Abstract submissions due: September 21, 2012
Full submissions due: September 28, 2012   (No extensions) *
Rebuttal: November 21-23, 2012
Notification of acceptance: December 10, 2012
Final paper due: January 27, 2013

The IEEE International Symposium on Performance Analysis of Systems and
Software provides a forum for sharing advanced academic and industrial
research work focused on performance analysis in the design of computer
systems and software. Authors are invited to submit previously unpublished
work for possible presentation at the conference. Papers are solicited in
fields that include the following:

-Power/Performance Evaluation methodologies


   Analytical modeling
   - Statistical approaches
   - Tracing and profiling tools
   - Simulation techniques
   - Hardware (e.g., FPGA) accelerated simulation
   - Hardware performance counter architectures
   - Power/Temperature/Variability/Reliability models for computer systems
   - Micro-benchmark based hardware analysis techniques

 -Power/Performance analysis

o   Metrics

o    Bottleneck identification and analysis

o    Visualization

 -Power/Performance analysis of commercial and experimental hardware

o    General-purpose microprocessors

o    Multi-threaded, multi-core and many-core architectures

o    Accelerators and graphics processing units

o   Embedded and mobile systems

o    Enterprise systems and data centers

o    Supercomputers

o   Computer networks

-Power/Performance analysis of emerging workloads and software

   -  Software written in managed languages
   -  Virtualization and consolidation workloads
   -  Internet-sector workloads
   -  Embedded, multimedia, games, telepresence
   -  Bioinformatics, life sciences, security, biometrics

-Application and system code tuning and optimization

-Confirmations or refutations of important prior results

In addition to research papers, we also welcome tool papers. The conference
is an ideal forum to publicize new tools to the community. Tool papers will
be judged primarily on their potentially wide impact and use than on their
research contribution. Tools in any of the above fields of interest are

Call for Workshops and Tutorials Proposals

Proposals are solicited for workshops and tutorials to be held in
conjunction with ISPASS 2013. Both half-day and one-day workshops/tutorials
are welcome. All workshops/tutorials will be held on Sunday, April 21,
2013, as capacity allows.

ISPASS welcomes a wide range of workshops/tutorials topics that align with
the conference themes, including (but not limited to):

* Performance and power evaluation methodology
* Performance and power analysis
* Commercial and experimental hardware analysis
* Emerging workload and software analysis
* Application and system code tuning and optimization

We welcome tutorials and workshops associated with published tools or

Important Dates:
* Proposal deadline: December 14, 2012
* Proposal notification: December 21, 2012

Please include the folioing information in the proposal and send it Natalie
Enright Jerger (enright at eecg.toronto.edu).

* Title
* Organizers, their affiliations
* Draft call for papers, including the workshops main topics
* Expected duration, i.e., half-day or full day
* If the workshop was held in the past, the attendance and number of papers
published at the last workshop.

* Title
* Organizers, their affiliations, presenters and short bios
* Abstract of the tutorial
* Related bibliography (optional)
* Expected duration, half-day or full day
* If the tutorial was held in the past, include the location (which
conference), the date and the attendance at the last tutorial.

Please direct any questions regarding workshops/tutorials to Natalie
Enright Jerger (enright at eecg.toronto.edu).
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