About Computing Frontiers
The keynote speakers at CF 2010 will be:
Ozalp Babaoglu (University of Bologna)
Daniela Rus (MIT)
Information about their talks are available here
In addition there will be a third keynote at the Intel Parallel Teaching Seminar on Sunday, 16th of May 2010.
The keynote speaker will be Faye Briggs (Intel Corporation)
, a processor architect at Intel.
Call for Papers
2010 ACM International Conference
on Computing Frontiers
The increasing complexity and performance needs of current and future applications require novel and innovative approaches for design of various types of computing systems: embedded, mobile, high-performance, and more. Boundaries between state of the art and revolutionary innovation constitute the computing frontiers that must be pushed forward to provide the computational support required for the advancement of science and engineering. This conference focuses on a wide spectrum of advanced technologies and radically new solutions relevant to development of computer systems and aims to foster communication among scientists and engineers to achieve this.
Authors are invited to submit full papers and poster-papers on all areas of innovative computing systems that extend the current frontiers of computer science and engineering. Submissions are sought on innovations in theory, methodologies, technologies, and implementation of advanced computer systems and focusing on computing paradigms, computational models, application paradigms, computer architecture, development environments, compilers, and operating environments. Papers are solicited in, but not limited to, the following areas:
- Non-conventional computing;
- Next-generation high performance computing and systems;
- Accelerators: manycore, GPU, custom, reconfigurable, embedded, hybrid;
- Active libraries, domain-specific languages and generative techniques;
- Defect and variability-tolerant designs;
- Power and energy efficiency – in architectures, compilers and algorithms;
- Virtualization and virtual machines;
- Cloud-, internet-scale and smart infrastructure computing;
- Compilers and operating systems - adaptive, run-time and autotuning;
- Workload characterization of emerging applications;
- System management and security;
- Quantum and nano-scale computing;
- Computational neuroscience, neuromorphic and biologically-inspired architectures;
- Novel frontiers in computational science and scientific data repositories;
- Computational aspects of intelligent systems and robotics;
- Reconfigurable, autonomic, organic and self-organizing computation and systems;
- Interfaces and visualization for emerging applications and systems: displays, VR, haptics.
Submissions must be made electronically in PDF format through the conference web site. Submitted papers should not exceed 20 double-spaced, single-column pages, including figures, tables, and references. Poster papers are also invited, and should not exceed 4 double-spaced, single-column pages, including figures, tables, and references. Additional submission guidelines will be available on the conference web site.
Authors of accepted papers and posters are expected to attend the conference and present their work. Selected papers will be invited to appear in a special issue of (Springer) Intl. Journal of Parallel Programming (IJPP).
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last modified: 2010/02/21
Final Paper Information
Deadline for final papers is the 22nd of March 2010!
Here you find format guidelines for papers
Please submit your final paper here
Submission and Submission Instructions
- Abstract submission:
December 11, 2009
- Full Paper and Posterpaper submission:
December 13, 2009
- Author notification:
February 17, 2010
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