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HiPEAC 2016 : 11th International Conference on High-Performance Embedded Architectures and Compilers


Conference Series : High Performance Embedded Architectures and Compilers
When Jan 18, 2016 - Jan 20, 2016
Where Prague, Czech Republic
Submission Deadline Jun 1, 2015

Call For Papers

Call for Papers - HiPEAC 2016

11th International Conference on High-Performance Embedded
Architectures and Compilers

January 18-20, 2016
Prague, Czech Republic

Paper deadline: June 1, 2015
(Submissions are accepted after this deadline through the
TACO review process)


Sponsored by:
HiPEAC Compilation & Architecture
Seventh Framework Programme

The HiPEAC conference is the premier European forum for
experts in computer architecture, programming models,
compilers and operating systems for embedded and
general-purpose systems.

The 11th HiPEAC conference will take place in Prague,
The Czech Republic from Monday, January 18 to Wednesday, January
20, 2016. Associated workshops, tutorials, special sessions,
several large poster session and an industrial exhibition will
run in parallel with the conference. The three day event
attracts over 500 delegates each year.

Paper selection is done by ACM TACO, the ACM Transactions on
Architecture and Code Optimization. Prospective authors submit
their original papers to ACM TACO at any time before the paper
deadline of June 1, 2015 to benefit from two rounds of reviews
before the conference paper track cut-off date which is
November 15, 2015.

See below for detailed information about the new publication
model called ACM TACO 2.0.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
* Processor, memory, and storage systems architecture
* Parallel, multi-core and heterogeneous systems
* Interconnection networks
* Architectural support for programming productivity
* Power, performance and implementation efficient designs
* Reliability and real-time support in processors, compilers
and run-time systems
* Application-specific processors, accelerators and
reconfigurable processors
* Architecture and programming environments for GPU-based
* Simulation and methodology
* Architectural and run-time support for programming languages
* Programming models, frameworks and environments for exploiting
* Compiler techniques
* Feedback-directed optimization
* Program characterization and analysis techniques
* Dynamic compilation, adaptive execution, and continuous
* Binary translation/optimization
* Code size/memory footprint optimizations

Martin Palkovič, IT4Innovations, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava

David Kaeli, Northeastern University

Diana Göhringer, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Pedro Trancoso, University of Cyprus

Daniel Jimenez, Texas A&M University
Dimitrios Soudris, National Technical University of Athens
Tom Vander Aa, Intel ExaScience Lab, Imec
Bernhard Egger, Seoul National University


Branislav Jansík, IT4Innovations, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava

Koen De Bosschere, Ghent University

Albert Cohen, INRIA
Bart Kienhuis, Leiden University

Daniel Gracia Pérez, Thales

Vicky Wandels, Ghent University

Eneko Illarramendi, Ghent University

Martin Palkovič, IT4Innovations, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava
Vít Vondrák, IT4Innovations, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava
Karina Pešatová, IT4Innovations, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava

ACM TACO 2.0 Publication Model:

Over the last three years ACM TACO has optimized its
internal review processes. Today, the average turnaround
time from submission to first response is 46 days and 95%
of the manuscripts get a response within 2 months. For
revised manuscripts, the review process goes even faster.
In 2013, most accepted manuscripts went through two rounds
of reviews to reach a final decision only 5 months after
submission. Accepted manuscripts are immediately uploaded
in the ACM digital library. Hence, excellent manuscripts
can make it from submission to publication in about three
months; papers needing a major revision are published after
6 months. We call this "ACM TACO 2.0"

ACM TACO 2.0 now has a review cycle and an acceptance rate
which is competitive with the best ACM conferences, but
without the inconvenient non-negotiable submission deadlines,
and with the advantage of being able to revise a paper based
on the detailed review reports by carefully selected
reviewers, and of being published as soon as it is accepted.
On top of that, authors of original work papers get an open
invitation to present their paper at the yearly HiPEAC
conference, which is the premier European network event on
topics central to ACM TACO, attended by more than 500

ACM TACO interim Editor-in-Chief
Prof. Koen De Bosschere

ACM TACO Senior Editor
Prof. Per Stenström

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