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ACSAC 2006 Call For Participation

The Eleventh Asia-Pacific Computer Systems Architecture Conference (ACSAC 2006)

Shanghai, China, September 6-8th, 2006

The Eleventh Asia-Pacific Computer Systems Architecture Conference (ACSAC 2006) is an international conference, sponsored by University of Amsterdam , Shanghai Jiao Tong University and University of Aizu . The conference is organized by Shanghai Jiao Tong University and will be held in JIAN GONG JIN JIANG hotel, Shanghai , during September 6-8th, 2006.

This annual conference serves as a forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to computer system architecture. A variety of opportunities are available to present research-oriented papers, or to showcase and market your products and services.

We invite you to attend ACSAC 2006 and appreciate your discussion with keynote speakers and presenters.

Each participant should pay 400 US$ (3200 Yuan RMB for Chinese people). This fee covers refreshments during session breaks, working lunches and SINGLE admission to the conference banquet and reception.


General Chairs:

Prof Chris Jesshope, University of Amsterdam ( Netherlands )

Prof Minglu Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong University ( China )

Prof Minyi Guo, University of Aizu (Japan/China)

Program Chair:

Dr. Colin Egan ( UK )

Members of the Program Committee



Vijayan Asari

Old Dominion University , Norfolk , VA , USA

Lynn Choi

Korea University Seoul , South Korea

Bruce Christianson

University of Hertfordshire , UK

Oliver Diessel

University of New South Wales , Australia

Colin Egan

University of Hertfordshire , UK

Skevos Evripidou

University of Cyprus , Cyprus

Michael Freeman

University of York , UK

Guang G. Gao

CAPSL, University of Delaware , USA

Jean-Luc Gaudiot

University of California , USA

Alex Gontmakher

Computer Science, Technion , Israel

Sudhanva Gurumurthi

University of Virginia , USA

Gernot Heiser

National ICT, Australia

Wei-Chung Hsu

University of Minnesota , USA

Chris Jesshope

University of Amsterdam , Netherlands

Hong Jiang

University of Nebraska-Lincoln , USA

Jeremy Jones

Department of Computer Science, Trinity College , Dublin 2, Ireland

Norman P. Jouppi

Hewlett Packard , USA

Philip Machanick

School of ITEE , University of Queensland , Australia

Worawan Marurngsith

Department of Computer Science, Thammasat University ( Bangkok , Thailand )

Henk Muller

University of Bristol , UK

Sukumar Nandi

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India

Amos Omondi

Yonsei University , Korea

L M Patnaik

Indian Institute of Science , Bangalore , India

Andy Pimentel

University of Amsterdam , Netherlands

Dr. Ronald Pose

Monash University , Australia

Stanislav G. Sedukhin

The University of Aizu , Japan

Won Shim

Seoul National University of Technology , South Korea

Mark Smotherman

Clemson University , USA

K. Sridharan

Indian Institute of Technology Madras , India

Paul Stravers

Philips Research, Netherlands

Rajeev Thakur

Argonne National Laboratory , USA

Mateo Valero

Technical University of Catalonia , Spain

Stamatis Vassiliadis

University of Delft , Netherlands

Lucian N. Vintan

"Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu , Romania

Tanya Vladimirova

University of Surrey , UK

Wong Weng Fai

National University of Singapore

Chengyong Wu

Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences , China

Pen-Chung Yew

University of Minnesota at Twin-Cities, USA

Jingling Xue

The University of New South Wales , Sydney 2052, Australia

Feipei Lai

National Technological University , Taiwan

Hock Beng Lim

National University of Singapore

Sangyeun Cho

University of Pittsburgh , USA

Tin-Fook Ngai

Intel China Research Center , China

Keynote Speeches

•  The Era of Multi-Core Chips - A Fresh Look on Software Challenges, Prof. Guang R. Gao, University of Delaware ( USA )

•  Mid-range CPU design challenges, Vladimir Vasekin, ARM Ltd

•  Streaming Networks for Coordinating Data-Parallel Programs, Alex Shafarenko , University of Hertfordshire ( UK )


The scope of the conference ACSAC 2006 includes, but is not limited to, the following major topics:

•  Instruction-level parallelism (ILP) and thread-level parallelism (TLP)

•  Processor architectures and microarchitectures

•  Parallel architectures and computation models

•  Reconfigurable computing systems

•  Adaptive computing systems

•  Memory systems

•  Scalable architectures

•  OS for emerging architectures

•  High-performance I/O architectures

•  Compilers and tools for all of the above

•  Simulation and performance evaluation

•  Hardware support for OS and compilers

•  Energy efficient and power aware techniques

•  Interconnect networks and network interfaces

•  Benchmarking and measurement of real systems

•  OS and architecture support for secure computing

•  Architectures for high-productivity embedded systems

•  Impact of VLSI scaling and advanced submicron design

•  Hardware/software partitioning, co-design and co-verification

•  Self-timed/globally asynchronous locally synchronous designs

•  Methodologies & architectures for application-specific systems

•  High-availability, high-reliability and fault tolerant architectures


September 6, 2006 (Wednesday)

1. Plenary

9:00-10:00, The Era of Multi-Core Chips- A Fresh Look on Software Challenges, Prof. Guang R. Gao

10:00-10:30, TCC an intermediate language for programming chip multiprocessors, Prof. Chris Jesshope

Break 10:30-10:50

Stream A:

2a . Languages and compilers 10:50-12:30

3a . Operating systems 1 14:00-15:40

Break 15:40-16:10

4a . Operating systems 2 16:10-17:30

Stream B:

2b. FPGA 10:50-12:30

3b. Technology 14:00-15:30

Break 15:30-16:00

4b. Theory 16:00-17:30

September 7, 2006(Thursday)

5. Plenary

9:00-10:00, Mid-range CPU design challenges, Vladimir Vaseki n

10:00-10:30, Hardware Budget and Runtime System for Data-Driven Multithreaded Chip Multiprocessor, Evripidou

Break 10:30-11:00

Stream A:

6a . Multicore 11:00-12:30

7a . Architecture 1 14:00-15:40

Break 15:40-16:00

8a . Architecture 2 16:00-17:40

Stream B:

6b. Networks 11:00-12:30

7b. Power management 1 14:00-15:40

Break 15:40-16:00

8b. Power management 2 16:00-17:30

September 8, 2006(Friday)

9. Plenary

9:00-10:00, Streaming Networks for Coordinating Data-Parallel Programs, Alex Shafarenko

10:00-10:30, Trace-base d Data Cache Leakage Reduction at Link Time, Prof. Jingling Xue

Break 10:30-10:50

Stream A:

10a . Microarchitecture 10:50-12:50

Stream B:

10b. Architecture 3 10:50-12:50

Sightsee in Shanghai

Conference will organize the following tours:

•  Pujiang tour, from 20:00 to 21:00 on September 7,2006

•  Tour in Minhang campus, Shanghai Jiao Tong University , from 14:00 to 17:00 on September 8,2006

Conference Registration

Date: September 5, 2006

Time: 14:00-22:00

Place: Jian Gong Jin JIANG Hotel


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