[hpc-announce] CFP (CARL 2013): Intersections of Computer Architecture and Reconfigurable Logic

James C. Hoe jhoe at ece.cmu.edu
Tue Aug 27 20:31:26 CDT 2013

Call for Papers (Submission Deadline October 7, 2013)

CARL 2013: 3rd Workshop on the Intersections of Computer Architecture and
Reconfigurable Logic 

Co-located with MICRO-46, Davis, California - Saturday, December 7, 2013



The Workshop on the Intersections of Computer Architecture and
Reconfigurable Logic (CARL) is a new forum for presenting FPGA and
reconfigurable logic research relevant to a computer architecture audience.

This full-day workshop will be held on Saturday, December 7, 2013,
co-located with MICRO-46 in Davis, California. The meeting will include
keynote presentations, research presentations, and a brainstorming panel.
Please visit the website (www.ece.cmu.edu/calcm/carl) for more information.

**Research Papers**
We invite research papers from all areas of FPGA and reconfigurable logic
that impact the computer architecture community. Major areas of interests
include, but are not limited to:

(1) New FPGA architectures and reconfigurable fabric designed to support
computing; (2) Heterogeneous computing processors and systems that
incorporate reconfigurable logic; (3) Computation models and programming
tools for reconfigurable and heterogeneous computing; (4) State-of-the-art
(ready-for-use) reconfigurable computing platforms and infrastructure; (5)
Algorithms and applications for reconfigurable computing (including
FPGA-based prototyping and simulation of computer systems); (6) Evaluations
of reconfigurable computing in terms of performance, power/energy,
flexibility and cost, especially in comparison to other hardware paradigms
(multicore, GPU, ASICs, etc.).

We will accept submissions in two categories: (1) new unpublished
manuscripts, and (2) audience-appropriate revisions of papers already
published or under review outside of traditional computer architecture
forums. Papers selected for presentations will not be published in any
formal proceedings.  

A submission should be 4~6 pages in double-column format. The review process
is not blind; please include authors' names and affiliations. Please clearly
indicate whether a submission is category 1 or 2 in the header area of the
submission. If category 2, the source materials must be explicitly
introduced in both the abstract and introduction.

Please visit the workshop website (www.ece.cmu.edu/calcm/carl) for
submission. Please email questions to jhoe at ece.cmu.edu.

**Important Dates**
Submission Deadline: October 7, 2013
Notification of Selection: November 4, 2013 Final Paper Submission: November
25, 2013 

Derek Chiou, UT Austin
Joel Emer, Intel/MIT
James C. Hoe, CMU

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