[hpc-announce] ARITH-26, second CFP

Sylvie Boldo sylvie.boldo at inria.fr
Thu Dec 13 02:35:08 CST 2018

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                      CALL FOR PAPERS

         26th IEEE Symposium on Computer Arithmetic
             June 10 – 12, 2019,  Kyoto, Japan


=== Scope ===

Since 1969, the ARITH symposia have served as the flagship conference
for presenting scientific work on the latest research in computer
arithmetic. Computer arithmetic is now driving the most important
innovations and product directions in our industry, such as artificial
intelligence and security.

Authors are invited to submit papers describing recent advances on all aspects
related to computer arithmetic, its applications or implementations. This
includes, but is not restricted to, the following topics:

     Foundations of number systems and arithmetic
     Arithmetic processor design and implementation
     Arithmetic and datapath design for artificial intelligence, machine 
learning, and deep learning
     Numerics for artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning
     Arithmetic algorithms and their analysis
     Floating-point units, algorithms, and numerical analysis
     Elementary and special function implementations
     Power-efficient or low-energy arithmetic units and processors
     Industrial implementation of arithmetic units and processors
     Test, validation, and formal verification techniques for arithmetic 
     Fault/error-tolerance in arithmetic implementations
     Arithmetic for FPGAs and reconfigurable logic
     Design automation for computer arithmetic implementations
     Computer arithmetic for security and cryptography
     Arithmetic to enhance accuracy or reliability (multiple-precision, interval 
arithmetic, ...)
     Arithmetic challenges in HPC and exascale computing (accuracy, 
reproducibility, ...)
     Arithmetic for specific application domains (big-data analytics, signal 
processing, computer graphics, multimedia, computer vision, finance, ...)
     Computer arithmetic in emerging technologies
     Non-conventional computer arithmetic and applications

NEW: Short and Industry Papers

For ARITH 26, we are also inviting short papers (4 pages maximum) to
describe industry applications, work-in-progress ideas, or interim results.
PhD students are especially welcome and may present their work in an informal

All submissions, whether regular full papers, short or industry papers, or PhD
presentations, will have a full presentation slot scheduled.

=== Procedure for submission ===

Submission site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=arith26

NEW: an abstract submission deadline has been set to January 14th. This initial
submission must include title, author(s), and abstract. The paper is due on
January 21st.

Papers under review elsewhere are not acceptable for submission to ARITH 26. A
double-blind peer review policy will be enforced. Please, remove authors' names,
acknowledgments or any obvious references to the authors before submission. By
submitting a paper you implicitly confirm you are solely submitting it to ARITH
26. The final submissions of accepted regular session papers cannot exceed 8
pages (NO extra pages) using the IEEE Computer Society Conference format (two
columns). However, for review, authors may submit a paper with a maximum of 20
pages, 12pt font size, single column and double spacing. The final submissions
for short and industry papers and PhD presentations cannot exceed 4 pages (NO
extra pages) using the IEEE Computer Society Conference format (two columns).
For review, the paper may have up to 10 pages, in 12pt font size, single column
and double spacing.

Formatting instructions:

=== Important dates ===

Abstract submission                          January 14th, 2019
Full paper submission                        January 21st, 2019
Paper notification                           Early April, 2019
Paper camera-ready                           Mid-April, 2019
Conference                                   June 10-12th, 2019

=== Organization ===

= General chair =
Naofumi Takagi, Kyoto University, Japan

= Finance and Publication Chair =
Kazuyoshi Takagi, Kyoto University, Japan

= Program co-chairs =
Sylvie Boldo, Inria, France
Martin Langhammer, Intel

= Program Committee Members =
Elisardo Antelo, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Javier Bruguera, ARM, Austin, USA
Marius Cornea, Intel Corporation, USA
Vassil Dimitrov, University of Calgary, Canada
Florent de Dinechin, CITI, INSA-Lyon, France
Niall Emmart, NVIDIA, USA
Stef Graillat, Sorbonne University, CNRS, LIP6, France
Shay Gueron, University of Haifa, Israel, and Amazon Web Services, USA
Oscar Gustafsson, Linköping University, Sweden
Alex Heinecke, Intel Corporation, USA
Javier Hormigo, University of Malaga, Spain
Paolo Ienne, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Mioara Joldes, CNRS, Laboratoire LAAS, France
Martin Kumm, University of Applied Sciences Fulda, Germany
Fabrizio Lamberti, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Fabrizio Lombardi, Northeastern University, Boston, USA
Guillaume Melquiond, Inria, France
Jean-Michel Muller, CNRS, Laboratoire LIP (CNRS, ENS Lyon, INRIA, UCBL)
Alberto Nannarelli, Technical University of Denmark
Stuart Oberman, Nvidia
Bogdan Pasca, Intel Corporation, France
Thomas Plantard, University of Wollongong, Australia
Nathalie Revol, INRIA - LIP, Universite de Lyon, France
Arash Reyhani-Masoleh, Western University, Canada
Francisco Rodríguez-Henríquez, CINVESTAV-IPN, Mexico
Peter-Michael Seidel, University of Hawaii, USA
Alex Tenca, Synopsys, USA
Arnaud Tisserand, CNRS, Lab-STICC, France
Julio Villalba, University of Malaga, Spain
Shmuel Wimer, Bar Ilan University, Israel
Reto Zimmermann, Synopsys Switzerland LLC

Sylvie Boldo, projet Toccata, Inria Saclay - Île-de-France
PCRI, Bât. 650 - Université Paris-Sud - 91405 ORSAY Cedex

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