[hpc-announce] Workshop on Energy Efficient Mobile Computing - Las Vegas
gniady at cs.arizona.edu
Wed Sep 30 16:04:47 CDT 2015
Workshop on Energy Efficient Mobile Computing
December 14-16, 2015, Las Vegas, NV, USA
in conjunction with
INTERNATIONAL GREEN and SUSTAINABLE COMPUTING CONFERENCE - IGSC 2015
DEADLINE EXTENSION 10.07.2015
Mobile phones are becoming the next computing platform that is already
dominating as our main source for communication and basic computing
needs. In addition, the mobile phones are becoming more and more popular
for healthcare monitoring. Subsequently, we expect better functionality,
performance as well as a longer battery life from our mobile and
hand-held devices. Better functionality and performance usually come at
the expense of battery life. The battery life is critical to providing
all of the functionality the user is expecting.
To investigate the impact of such issues, the Workshop on Energy
Efficient Mobile Computing is being organized to bring together
researchers and practitioners to explore the challenges, opportunities,
and approaches of energy-aware hardware, operating system, and software
design for mobile devices. This workshop focuses on all aspects of
application, OS, and hardware design that provide novel functionality
without compromising energy efficiency.
CPU/GPU hardware and software optimization.
WiFi and Cellular transmissions optimization.
Applications that increase productivity and enable mobility
Hybrid local and remote storage solutions.
Mobile healthcare solutions.
Novel communication technologies for mobile devices.
Wearable computing device
Participants will be required to register for the main IGSC'15
conference at the IEEE member or non-member rate (not the student rate),
which includes access to the workshops.
Call For Papers
The workshop invites authors to submit papers describing original,
unpublished, work in all areas of energy efficient mobile computing as
well as energy critical applications such as healthcare monitoring,
which is not concurrently under review elsewhere. All submissions will
be reviewed by the Program Committee.
The papers should not exceed six single-spaced pages (IEEE Computer
Society Proceedings Manuscripts style: two columns, 11-point fonts, IEEE
8.5 x 11 inch) including everything, e.g., abstract, research
description, figures, tables, and references.
Each paper will be refereed by independent reviewers. Submission is a
definite commitment for at least one of the authors to register to
attend IGCC (workshops are included) and present the paper if it is
The workshop proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society
along with the IGCC conference proceedings.
Where to Submit?
Files should be submitted by following the instructions available at the
Ali R. Butt, Virginia Tech
Chris Gniady, University of Arizona
Bechuan Zhang, University of Arizona
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