Thursday, 23 June 2016

HIPEAC Conference 2017: Call for Workshops/Tutorials - SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JULY 1st, 2016

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Call for Workshop/Tutorial ProposalsSubmission Deadline Extension: July 1st, 2016
The success of the workshops and tutorials of the previous years’ HiPEAC Conferences in Amsterdam and Prague with more than 35 events each encouraged the HiPEAC 2017 organizers to try following this success story again. Hence, in conjunction with the 12th HiPEAC Conference in Stockholm, Sweden, January 23-25, 2017 (see, we will organize parallel workshops and tutorials. Proposals for workshops and tutorials covering at least one of the following topics are welcome:
·         High performance computer architecture: processor architecture, multi-/many-core system design, reconfigurable architectures.
·         Software development for high performance parallel systems: development patterns/automatic techniques for parallel and reconfigurable architectures.
·         Tools for compilation, evaluation, optimization as well as synthesis of high performance parallel systems: compiler support, tracing, and debugging for parallel and reconfigurable architectures, high-level synthesis.
·         Embedded (parallel) computer architectures: embedded homogeneous and heterogeneous multicore architectures, embedded reconfigurable architectures, embedded real-time systems, mixed criticality system support, dependable systems.
·         Software support for embedded architectures: tracing and real-time analysis of embedded applications, runtime software.
·         (Real-Time) Operating and runtime systems for embedded parallel computer architectures.
·         Crazy architectural ideas: any idea to solve computational problems away from the conventional concepts.
·         Low-Power Solutions: Software, Runtime, Compilation, Hardware, Error-Aware Computation, Sub-Threshold operation, Approximate Computing, Reversible Computing.
·         Future Scalable Memory Architectures: Processing-In-Memory, Near-Memory Computing, Intelligent Memory, etc.
·         Green Data Centers / Microserver: System architecture, Software tools.
·         Cloud, Fog, and Edge Computing: Architectures, Systems, Tools, Evaluation, Applications, Benchmarking.
We also appreciate industrial and EC project based workshops that fit into one of the mentioned focuses.
A workshop proposal should contain the following items:
·         Title of the workshop (including abbreviation)
·         Organizers and their affiliations
·         Main topics
·         Preliminary deadlines
·         Expected duration and format of the workshop (half or full day, keynote, talks, panel)
·         Expected number of talks and attendance and, if the workshop took place before, location and time
·         Please indicate if you plan to publish an open CFP or if you plan to have invited talks only.
For a tutorial proposal please include the following information:
·         Title of the tutorial
·         Organizers and presenters with affiliations and a short biography
·         Abstract of the tutorial and a list of the covered topics
·         Some related bibliography
·         Expected duration and format (half or full day, talk with demo or talk only)
·         Expected attendance and, if the tutorial was held before, location and time
If the proposed event is sponsored by a third party (e.g. industry), please indicate that in the proposal.
Please submit a one page PDF with your proposal by email to the workshop and tutorial chairs
Diana Goehringer ( and Pedro Trancoso (
not later than July 1st, 2016.


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