PACT 2001 Call for Papers

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1 Feb 2001 17:45:54 -0500

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From: "Sally A. McKee" <>
Newsgroups: comp.arch,comp.compilers
Date: 1 Feb 2001 17:45:54 -0500
Organization: Department of Computer Science, University of Utah
Keywords: CFP, conference, architecture
Posted-Date: 01 Feb 2001 17:45:53 EST

Please pass this announcement on to other colleagues who might be

SEPTEMBER 8-12, 2001
Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain



The purpose of PACT is to bring together researchers from the
architecture and compiler communities to present ground-breaking
research and debate key issues of common interest. This conference,
the tenth in the series, will be held in lovely Barcelona, Spain. The
city represents a unique combination of beauty, culture, history, and
advanced technology, and fosters an ideal environment for an enjoyable
and stimulating exchange of ideas. Once again, the focus of the
meeting will be on multi-disciplinary research. We solicit novel
papers in a broad range of topics, including (but not limited to):

- Parallel architectures and computation models
- Compilers for parallel computer systems
- Parallel processing in the context of JAVA
- Compiler/hardware support for hiding memory latencies
- Advances in architectures and compilers for ILP and TLP
- Applications and experimental systems studies
- Reconfigurable and application-specific architectures
- Technologies for reducing power consumption
- Network processing and computing
- Non-traditional computing systems topics
- Parallel programming languages and algorithms

Detailed instructions for electronic submission procedures and
important dates are posted on the PACT-2001 conference web site
( For any additional information regarding
paper submission, please contact the Program Chairs Todd Mowry
( or John Shen ( Paper submission
deadline is March 5, 2001 (12:00 midnight EST). There is an
automatic one week (168 hours) extension, with no further extensions
beyond that.

Papers due: March 5, 2001
Author notification: May 23, 2001
Camera ready copy: June 23, 2001

Tutorials / Workshops Proposals are solicited for tutorials and
workshops to be held during the conference. Interested individuals
are invited to submit proposals to tutorials chair, Mikko Lipasti
( or workshops chairs, Evelyn Duesterwald
( and Gabby Silberman (
Additional details about submission procedures and important dates
are posted on the PACT-2001 web site (

Barcelona, the capital of Catalunya, is a city rich in history,
architecture and charm. From the old-world allure of the gothic
quarter to the more modern, abstract appeal of the works of
Gaudi, Barcelona captivates its visitors with a diversity of
interesting places to visit, charming people to meet, and peaceful
places to relax. Architecturally, Barcelona is the maximum exponent
of "Modernisme" through the figure of Gaudi and his splendid buildings.
If art and history fascinate you, the Miro and Picasso museums are a
must. In the vicinity of Barcelona, you can wander through the
fascinating museum on Dali and his work in Figueres, hike in the
"Montserrat" and Pyrenees mountains with the chance to enjoy nature
and the outdoors, or simply enjoy the weather relaxing on the beautiful
Mediterranean beaches. Finally, the catalan cuisine is one of the most
select and varied in the Mediterranean area. For more information on
the city, see

General Chair
                Mateo Valero, UPC
Program Chairs
                Todd Mowry, CMU
                John Shen, Intel/CMU
Program Committee
                Sarita Adve, U. Illinois Urbana-Champaign
                Nader Bagherzadeh, U. of California, Irvine
                Ras Bodik, U. of Wisconsin-Madison
                Brad Calder, U. C. San Diego
                Michel Cosnard, INRIA, France
                Alan Cox, Rice U.
                Jim Dehnert, Transmeta
                Sandhya Dwarkadas, U. of Rochester
                Kemal Ebcioglu, IBM
                Babak Falsafi, Carnegie Mellon U.
                Jesse Fang, Intel
                Guang Gao, U. of Delaware
                Antonio Gonzalez, UPC
                Dirk Grunwald, U. of Colorado
                Mark Heinrich, Cornell U.
                Ali Hurson, Penn State U.
                Steve Keckler, U. of Texas-Austin
                John Kubiatowicz, U.C. Berkeley
                James Larus, Microsoft Research
                Mikko Lipasti, U. of Wisconsin-Madision
                Margaret Martonosi, Princeton U.
                Kathryn McKinley, U. of Massachusetts
                Bilha Mendelson, IBM
                David Padua, U. Illinois Urbana-Champaign
                Pen Yew, U. of Minnesota
Finance Chair
                Josep Torrellas, U. Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Local Arrangements Chairs
                Eduard Ayguade, UPC
                Josep-Lluis Larriba, UPC
Publication Chair
                Guang Gao, U. of Delaware
Publicity Chair
                Sally McKee, U. of Utah
Tutorials Chair
                Mikko Lipasti, U. of Wisconsin-Madison
Workshops Chairs
                Evelyn Duesterwald, HP Labs
                Gabby Silberman, IBM
Web Masters
                Eduard Ayguade, UPC (Conference)
                Chris Colohan, CMU (Program Committee)
Steering Committee
                Nader Bagherzadeh, U. of California, Irvine
                Michel Cosnard, INRIA, France
                Kemal Ebcioglu, IBM
                Paraskevas Evripidou, U. of Cyprus
                Jean-Luc Gaudiot, U. of Southern California
                Ali Hurson, Penn State U.
                Gabby Silberman, IBM
                Mary-Lou Soffa, U. of Pittsburgh

Thank you very much for your time in reading the attached announcement.
If you have any questions about PACT01, email me at

Sally McKee
Publicity Chair, PACT 2001
University of Utah
School of Computing
50 S. Central Campus Dr. #3190
Salt Lake City, UT 84103

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