[hpc-announce] SPLASHMARC 2013 Call for Papers

Chen Liu - cliu cliu at clarkson.edu
Thu Aug 15 10:31:53 CDT 2013

[Apologize for any duplicated posts]

Dear Colleagues,

The submission deadline of the Many-Core Architecture Research
Community Symposium (SPLASHMARC 2013) held in conjunction
with the 4th ACM SPLASH conference is only **TWO WEEKS**
away. We welcome your submissions, and please find a detailed
call for papers below. If you have any questions please don't
hesitate to contact us at splashmarc2013 at easychair.org.

Thank You.

SPLASHMARC 2013 Co-chairs

Many-Core Architecture Research Community Symposium (SPLASHMARC 2013)
Held in conjunction with SPLASH 2013

October 28, 2013
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

C A L L     F O R     P A P E R S


SPLASH-MARC will be a mini-conference focusing on the overlap between software systems, programming languages, and many-core architectures. Previous symposia in this series have brought together diverse research interests ranging from power consumption to programming language support, from message passing to software-managed coherence, all with a common tie to many-core platforms, such as the Intel experimental Single-Chip Cloud (SCC) architecture or the Xeon Phi product family. The symposium should be of general interest to the substantial segment of the community working on various aspects of concurrency throughout the systems software stack. The format will include a combination of technical sessions, panel discussion, invited speakers, and opportunity for all participants to share many-core aspects of their current or future work.

All authors are invited to submit unpublished, original work. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Bare metal and operating system support for novel many-core architectures
- Virtualization of many-core platforms
- Runtime support for scaling applications to many-core
- Experiences porting legacy software to many-core architectures
- Tools for performance analysis on many-core architectures
- Tools and curricula supporting many-core education
- Power-aware computation on many-core architectures

This SPLASH edition of the MARC symposium will give special attention to:
- Programming languages and systems software for many-core architectures

The Symposium will take place on Monday, October 28th, 2013, 8:30am 5:00pm in room Regency B of the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis, in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. Detailed program information will be posted on the conference website when available.

Workshop papers should be submitted to the EasyChair site:

Papers are not to exceed 8 pages double-column, single-spacing, in conformance with the ACM SIG proceedings template. Upon acceptance, at least one author is required to register for workshop attendance at SPLASH 2013 and present the paper at the symposium. Electronic proceedings will be provided to all symposium participants.

Best Paper Award
The best paper will receive an award from Intel.

Important Dates
August 30, 2013        : Submission deadline, midnight Samoan time
September 13, 2013    : Notification of Acceptance
September 27, 2013    : SPLASH early registration deadline
October 11, 2013        : Camera ready, revised papers due
October 28, 2013        : SPLASH-MARC Symposium

Program Committee
Rodolfo Azevedo         University of Campinas
Bill Barth                    Texas Advanced Computing Center
Dennis Brylow            Marquette University
Chen Liu                     Clarkson University
Timothy Mattson         Intel
Eric Noulard             ONERA
Praveen Rao            University of Missouri - Kansas City
KC Sivaramakrishnan    Purdue University
Dan Stanzione        Texas Advanced Computing Center
Barry Wittman        Elizabethtown College

Questions can be addressed to Dennis Brylow (Marquette University) or Chen Liu (Clarkson university) at splashmarc2013 at easychair.org.

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