[hpc-announce] CfP: IEEE MCSoC-2022 / ATMG2022 (final deadline extension: Jul 31)

Daichi Mukunoki daichi.mukunoki at riken.jp
Thu Jun 23 04:37:07 CDT 2022

Special Session: Auto-Tuning for Multicore and GPU (ATMG2022) 
In conjunction with The 15th IEEE International Symposium on 
Embedded Multicore/Many-core Systems-on-Chip (IEEE MCSoC-2022)
(Dec. 19-22, 2022, University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia)


Paper submission deadline has been extended to *** July 31 ***.
This is HARD Deadline - No further extension will be allowed.
The deadline for the main/other tracks has been also extended.

• Important Dates (AoE)
Abstract submission: July 31, 2022 (extended)
Full paper submission: July 31, 2022 (extended)
Author notification: August 31, 2022 (extended)
Camera ready manuscript: September 15, 2022 (extended)
MCSoC-22 date: December 19-22, 2022
Session date: TBD

• Scope 
Computer architectures and computer systems are becoming increasingly complex. Multicore processors and heterogeneous computing systems equipped with accelerators pose demanding challenges to programmers when optimizing the performance of their codes. Auto-tuning is a promising technology for tackling these challenges. Several methodologies and auto-tuning approaches have been proposed, especially for numerical computations. More recently, the applicability of auto-tuning has been extended to other areas of computer science and engineering, from embedded systems to extreme scale computing systems.

• Topics of interest 
Papers are solicited in following areas of auto-tuning technologies for multicores including GPUs, but not limited to:
- Optimized Algorithms for Numerical Libraries 
- Automatic Code Generation and Empirical Compilation Hybrid Programming 
for Threads and Processes 
- Communication Optimization 
- Mixed Precision and Accuracy Assurance for Numerical Computing 
- Power Consumption Optimization 
- Fault Tolerance 
Even if you do not actually implement auto-tuning, papers mentioning its possibility are also welcome.

• Submission  
- Each submitted paper will be reviewed by at least three reviewers and will be evaluated based on originality, relevance to the session's theme, organization, and technical quality. 
- Submission of a paper implies that at least one of the authors will register for the symposium at the full rate and an author will present the paper. 
- The papers should be prepared according to the IEEE CS format, and no longer than 8 pages. 
- Proceedings of the symposium will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press. 

Online submission site: https://edas.info/N29397

• Contact 
Daichi Mukunoki
RIKEN Center for Computational Science, Japan
daichi.mukunoki at riken.jp

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