[hpc-announce] ASPLOS 2013 Call for Papers - now accepting submissions

Jeremy Singer Jeremy.Singer at glasgow.ac.uk
Wed Jun 27 14:18:15 CDT 2012

                          ASPLOS 2013

      18th International Conference on Architectural Support
         for Programming Languages and Operating Systems

                   Houston, Texas, March 16-20, 2013

Important Dates

Abstract Deadline: Monday, July 16, 2012 (3pm, PDT)
Full Paper Deadline: Monday, July 23, 2012 (3pm, PDT)
Rebuttal Period: around October 15, 2012
Notification of Acceptance: Friday, November 9, 2012

Easychair submission now open at
Please note that
 (1) abstract upload (250 words max) is required, and
 (2) the full paper deadline is final; there will be no

Call for Papers

ASPLOS is the premier forum for multidisciplinary systems research spanning
computer architecture and hardware, programming languages and compilers,
operating systems and security, as well as applications and human-computer
interaction. The importance of such crosscutting systems research has been
growing hand in hand with the amount of parallelism in hardware, the scope
of distribution in internet-scale software, and energy constraints in all
forms of computers, from wearable to exascale.

ASPLOS 2013 invites original submissions on ground-breaking research on
current and future computer systems, from low-power embedded and
wearable devices to large-scale parallel computers. Submissions should
emphasize synergy of at least two ASPLOS communities: architecture;
programming languages; and operating systems. Papers on non-traditional
topics are especially encouraged.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Programming and compilation for parallel, distributed, and
heterogeneous systems

* Security, reliability and availability in distributed and cloud

* Software and hardware support for power, energy, and thermal
management at all scales

* Programming models for existing and emerging platforms

* Emerging computing platforms, including molecular, biological,
and quantum computing

* Virtualization, memory, and storage systems

* Application stacks for embedded and mobile computing

* Applications and systems that address social, educational, and
environmental challenges

Organizing Committee:
 General Chair - Vivek Sarkar, Rice University
 Program Chair - Rastislav Bodik, University of California - Berkeley
 Finance Chair - Michael Swift, University of Wisconsin - Madison
 Sponsorship Chair - Kunle Olukotun, Stanford University
 Publicity Chair - Jeremy Singer, University of Glasgow
 Web Chair - Vincent Cave, Rice University

Program Committee:
 Ali Reza Adl-Tabatabai (Facebook)
 Sarita Adve (UIUC)
 Ole Agesen (VMWare)
 Todd Austin (Mich)
 Calin Cascaval (Qualcomm)
 Hassan Chafi (Oracle labs)
 Byung-Gon Chun (Yahoo!)
 Jason Cong (UCLA)
 Brian Demsky (UCI)
 Bryan Ford (Yale)
 Ada Gavrilovska (GATECH)
 Steven Gribble (UW)
 Kim Hazelwood (Google)
 David Mazieres (Stanford)
 Jonathan McCune (CMU)
 Andrew Myers (Cornell)
 Michael O'Boyle (Edinburgh)
 Mark Oskin (UW)
 Keshav Pingali (UT Austin)
 Florentina Popovici (Google)
 Rodric Rabbah (IBM)
 P. (Saday) Sadayappan (Ohio State)
 Tim Sherwood (UCSB)
 Tajana Simunic Rosing (UCSD)
 Karin Strauss (MSR)
 Edward Suh (Cornell)
 Nathan Tallent (PNNL)
 Olivier Temam (INRIA Saclay)
 Adam Welc (Oracle Labs)
 Thomas Wenisch (Mich)
 David Wentzlaff (Princeton)
 Emmett Witchel (Texas)
 Nickolai Zeldovich (MIT)
 Xiaolan Zhang (IBM)
 Lin Zhong (Rice)

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