7th International Workshop on H/S Co-Design - FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS (Rome, May 99)

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Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 29 Sep 1998 15:49:09 -0400
Organization: University of California, Riverside
Keywords: conference, hardware, CFP

First Call for Papers

7th International Workshop on Hardware/Software Co-Design
Rome, Italy - May 3-5, 1999

The CODES workshop is the major international forum for the
presentation and exchange of ideas in the hardware/software co-design
of embedded computing systems that include functionality mapped to
both hardware and software processing components. Presentations and
discussions address theoretical aspects, design methods, tools, and
case studies.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Computer-aided techniques for co-design: specification and modeling,
    design representation, simulation, synthesis, partitioning,
    estimation, formal verification, testing, design space exploration.

* Software for co-design: software development environments, real-time
    operating systems, process scheduling, software synthesis, system
    integration, testbenches and testing, retargetable compilation.

* Co-design architectures: distributed and multiprocessor
    architectures, hardware/software interfaces, prototyping approaches,
    emulation and debugging techniques, testing methods.

* System development process: design methodology, concurrent
    engineering, design reuse, process management, intellectual
    property, system integration, case studies.

The workshop's structure promotes active discussion among all
participants in an informal setting, including short oral
presentations of accepted papers followed by poster sessions for
in-depth discussions. Paper submissions are due only a few months
before the workshop, so that submissions may focus on the latest
research. Publication of each accepted paper in the published
workshop proceedings (by ACM SIGDA, in hardcopy, publicly-accessible
web page, and CD-ROM compendium) is optional.

Submission instructions: Submit one email message to
codes99@cs.ucr.edu by January 8, 1999 with the following format:

* Subject: CODES99 submission, Include-in-proceedings: {YES or NO},
    Phone number of main contact, email addresses of all authors, URL of
    related work, number of pages in the paper, three key words
    describing the work, and then the paper itself in pdf (preferred) or
    postscript format (either attached or included in the email body

* The paper must be 5 pages or less, including figures and references,
    with a minimum font size of 9 pt, two-column format, as close as
    possible to camera ready. Please note that 5 pages is a hard limit.
    Submissions exceeding this limit will not be reviewed. It should be
    formatted for 8 inch by 11 inch paper (not A4 paper). Please note
    that larger-sized paper formats like A4 can cause significant
    printing difficulties in the U.S.

* By submitting a paper, the author(s) agree that if the paper is
    accepted, to present the paper in person at the workshop, and if the
    paper is to be included in the proceedings, to prepare a final
    camera-ready version.

* Proposals for group discussions may also be submitted. These should
    be 2 pages or less.

* Notification of acceptance will be by February 24.


General Co-chairs
Ahmed Amine Jerraya Luciano Lavagno
System Level Synthesis Group Dipartimento di Elettronica
TIMA Laboratory Politecnico di Torino
46 Avenue Felix Viallet Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24
F-38031 Grenoble Cedex, FRANCE I-10129, Torino, ITALY
Tel: +33 476 574 759 Tel: +39 11 564-4150
Fax: +33 476 473 814 Fax: +39 11 564-4099
Email: ahmed.jerraya@imag.fr Email: lavagno@polito.it

Program Chair
Frank Vahid
Department of Computer Science
University of California
Riverside, CA 92521, USA
Tel: +1 909 787-4710
Fax: +1 909 787-4643
Email: vahid@cs.ucr.edu

Technical Program Committee
Brian Bailey, Mentor Graphics, USA
Tarek Ben-Ismail, HP Labs, Bristol, UK
Gaetano Borriello, University of Washington, USA
Joseph Buck, Synopsys, USA
Raul Camposano, Synopsys, USA
Giovanni De Micheli, Stanford University, USA
Rolf Ernst, University of Braunschweig, D
Daniel Gajski, University of California at Irvine, USA
Rajesh Gupta, University of California at Irvine, USA
Joerg Henkel, NEC, USA
Ahmed Jerraya, TIMA, F
Kayhan Kucukcakar, Escalade, USA
Sanjaya Kumar, Honeywell, USA
Luciano Lavagno, Politecnico di Torino, I
Jan Madsen, Technical University of Denmark, DK
Franz Rammig, C-Lab, Univ. of Paderborn, D
Wolfgang Rosenstiel, University of Tubingen, D
James Rowson, Cadence, USA
Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, UC Berkeley, USA
Miguel Santana, STMicroelectronics, F
Don Thomas, Carnegie-Mellon University, USA
Kees Vissers, Philips, NL
Wayne Wolf, Princeton University, USA
Hiroto Yasuura, Kyushu University, Japan

Sponsored by: IEEE Computer Society, IEEE CAS, IFIP 10.5, ACM/SIGDA,

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