[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
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.
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We will accept submissions in two categories: (1) new unpublished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 Papers selected for presentations will not be published in any
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.
Submission Deadline: October 7, 2013
Notification of Selection: November 4, 2013 Final Paper Submission: November
Derek Chiou, UT Austin
Joel Emer, Intel/MIT
James C. Hoe, CMU
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