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MPSo(P)C 2011 : Workshop on Multiprocessor Systems on (Programmable) Chips


When Jul 4, 2011 - Jul 8, 2011
Where Istanbul, Turkey
Submission Deadline Mar 6, 2011
Notification Due Mar 27, 2011
Final Version Due Apr 15, 2011
Categories    multicore system   programmable device

Call For Papers

Workshop on Multiprocessor Systems on (Programmable) Chips
( MPSo(P)C** 2011)

Call for Papers

As part of
The 2011 International Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation (HPCS 2011)

In Conjunction With
The International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC 2011)

July 4-8, 2011
Istanbul, Turkey

(Submission Deadline: March 6, 2011)


Moore’s law continues to track the number of transistors that can be fabricated within a
single FPGA, and manufacturers are now shipping components that can host complete multiprocessor
systems on a reconfigurable programmable chip (MPSoPC). Based on this new capability FPGA
manufactures are now challenging systems designers to view the processor in place of the transistor
as the least separable design unit. Thus FPGAs can now be viewed as yet one more technology platform
within the multiprocessor systems on chip manycore era. Even though specific technologies may vary,
system designers across the embedded systems, general purpose internet computing systems, and high
performance systems domains are now facing common challenges associated with multiprocessor systems
on (programmable) chip design. Common architecture issues include architecture heterogeneity,
cache and memory hierarchies, and high performance interconnect networks. Common software issues
include low latency and scalable operating systems, new coordination layers, and scalable programming
models capable of seamlessly abstracting large numbers of potentially heterogeneous cores on a single
chip into a single unified virtual platform. The aim of this workshop is to provide a forum for idea
exchange and foster technology transfer between the reconfigurable, embedded systems, and general purpose
communities that will foster synergistic resolution of these and other challenging issues.

The Workshop topics include (but are not limited to) the following:

* OS Development for Reconfigurable and Many-core Systems
* Reconfigurable/Embedded Network-on-Chip
* Memory Hierarchies for Single Chip Parallel Architectures
* Reconfigurable/Embedded System Security
* Resilience in Embedded Systems
* Programmability and Productivity
* Performance Analysis, Prediction, and Parallel System Emulation
* Languages, Libraries and Compilers for Reconfigurable and Manycore Computing
* High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing Applications
* HPC and Large Scale Parallel System Emulation


You are invited to submit original and unpublished research works on above and other topics related to
multiprocessor systems on programmable chips. Submitted papers must not have been published or simultaneously
submitted elsewhere. Submission should include a cover page with authors' names, affiliation addresses,
fax numbers, phone numbers, and authors email addresses. Please, indicate clearly the corresponding author
and include up to 6 keywords from the above list of topics and an abstract of no more than 450 words. The full
manuscript should be at most 7 pages using the two-column IEEE format. Additional pages will be charged
additional fee. Please include page numbers on all preliminary submissions to make it easier for reviewers to
provide helpful comments. Submit a PDF copy of your full manuscript via email to the Workshop organizers at and

Only PDF files will be accepted. Each paper will receive a minimum of three reviews. Papers will be selected
based on their originality, contributions, relevance, technical clarity and presentation. Authors of accepted
papers must guarantee that their papers will be registered and presented at the workshop. Accepted papers will
be published in the conference proceedings which will be made available at the time of the meeting.

If you have any questions about paper submission or the workshop, please contact the organizers.


Full Paper Submission Deadline March 6, 2011
Notification of Acceptance March 27, 2011
Registration & Camera-Ready Manuscripts Due April 14, 2011
Conference Date July 4-8, 2011


Prof. Miaoqing Huang and Prof. David Andrews
University of Arkansas, USA
URLs: ,
Phone: (479) 575-7578


All submitted papers will be rigorously reviewed by the workshop technical program committee members following
similar criteria used in HPCS 2011.

* Jason Agron, Intel, USA
* David Andrews, University of Arkansas, USA
* Jason Bakos, University of South Carolina, USA
* Christophe Bobda, University of Arkansas, USA
* Esam El-Araby, The Catholic University of America, USA
* Miaoqing Huang, University of Arkansas, USA
* Vikram Narayana, The George Washington University, USA
* Christian Plessl, University of Paderborn, Germany
* Ron Sass, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA

** Please do not confuse with MPSoC'11,

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