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<<< CALL FOR PAPERS >>>  -  Submission Deadline: August 5th, 2016

October 26-28, 2016, Marina del Rey Marriott, Los Angeles, California, USA

To be held in conjunction with the 28th International Symposium on
Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing (SBAC-PAD 2016)

Important dates:
    Paper submission: August 5th, 2016
    Paper acceptance notification: August 29th, 2016
    Camera-ready: September 12th, 2016

This workshop opens up an opportunity for application designers and
 computer architects to discuss emerging applications as well as their
 implications on current and next-generation many-core architectures.

 Our goal is to confirm the current status of application development and
 optimization techniques for the new technologies as well as the future
 trends, exposing the findings, requirements, and problems to a select
 audience of top computer architecture researchers. We aim to focus on
  the discussion of multi-core computing from different aspects such as:

Conference Scope

                        Benchmarking and Tools
                           Compilers, debuggers, and profilers
                           Methodologies, Metrics, and Benchmarking
                           Comparative studies of many-core architectures
                        Architecture and Performance Analysis
                           MPSoC architectures
                           Performance and power Analysis
                           NoC-based multi-core architectures
                           Multi-core interconnection networks
                           Inter-core communication algorithms
                           Evaluating and tuning application power-footprints
                        Applications, Algorithms and Programming Models
                           Scheduling and fault-tolerance issues
                           Multicore applications for data-centers
                           Parallelization algorithms and techniques
                           I/O techniques for multicore programming
                           GPU-based applications and programming
                           Parallelizing known applications and evaluating performance
                           Parallelization algorithms, techniques, and programming models

Workshop Chairs

Claude Tadonki (Mines-Paris)
Cristiana Bentes (State University of Rio de Janeiro)
Guido Araujo (State University of Campinas)
Lucia Drummond (Federal Fluminense University)
Mauricio Pilla (Federal University of Pelotas)
Phillippe Navaux (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)
Ricardo Farias (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)


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