Dan Marinescu's keynote slides are now available (ppt)
Students: there are a few travel grants for presenters available. Please FAX the registration chair at +1 303 556 6829 before April 4th your name, a photocopy of your current student ID card, and which paper you will be presenting.
Presenters: there will be a laptop with PowerPoint 2000 and Adobe Acrobat reader and a projector available for your presentation. There will also be an overhead projector for transparencies.
802.11b wireless access at the conference will be provided by Sanitas EG.
If you have a paper in the conference and need a visa letter, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program has been finalized.
Special Session - "Memory Wall" with papers from
Special Session - " The NOMADS (Networks of Mobile Adaptive Dependable Systems)" with papers from
Special Session - "Reconfigurable Computing" with papers from
Early registration is due by March 17th, 2004. ACM member price is $500, non-member is $550. Late registration for members is $600, and for non-members is $650. There are two registration forms: a Word for Windows fill-in form (the preferred method), and a PDF form to fill in by hand. Students: contact the registration chair for additional financial considerations.
The venue will be the Hotel Continental Terme. Accommodation Reservation form can be found here.
How to get to Ischia.
Authors are invited to submit papers on all aspects of innovative computing systems. The conference specializes in those technologies on the frontier of computing and that will one day meet the needs of the most demanding applications. Papers are welcome on theory, methods, technologies, and implementations concerned with innovations in computing paradigms, computational models, architectural paradigms, computer architectures, development environments, compilers, and operating environments.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
Papers with new ideas and perspectives on computing are more than welcome.
The conference is planned for April 14, 15, 16, 2004 on the island of Ischia Italy. Due date for the draft papers is November 24, 2003. Computing Frontiers is based on the Massively Parallel Computer Systems conferences and is sponsored by ACM SIGMicro.
The call for papers is available as a Microsoft Word document, an Adobe pdf file, and a plain text file.
|General Chair||Program Chairs|
|Stamatis Vassiliadis, NL||Jean-Luc Gaudiot, US|
|Vincenzo Piuri, IT|
|Nader Bagherzadeh, US||Charlie Catlett, US|
|Toni Cortes, ES||Renzo Davoli, IT|
|Kemal Ebcio_lu, US||Paolo Faraboschi, ES|
|Edil S.T. Fernandes, BR||David Fogel, US|
|Guang R. Gao, US||Iliya Georgiev, US|
|Michael E. Hasselmo, US||Lakhmi C. Jain, AU|
|Simon Jones, UK||Fabrizio Lombardi, US|
|Miroslaw Malek, DE||Cecilia Metra, IT|
|Gabor Nemeth, HU||Yale Patt, US|
|Alex Pentland, US||Emil Petriu, CA|
|Martin B Plenio, UK||Kaushik Roy, US|
|Grzegorz Rozenberg, NL||Norbert Streitz, DE|
|Bogong Su, US||Earl E. Swartzlander, US|
|John Taylor, UK||Alex Yakovlev, UK|
|Special Sessions Chair||Publicity Chair|
|Giacomo Sechi, IT||Steven Beaty, US|
|Publication Chair||Local Arrangements Chair|
|Monica Alderighi, IT||Sergio D'Angelo, IT|
|Monica Alderighi, IT||Steven Beaty, US|
|Sergio D'Angelo, IT||Kemal Ebcio_lu, US|
|Cecilia Metra, IT||Gearold Johnson, US|
|Nello Scarabottolo, IT||Giacomo Sechi, IT|
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