Wednesday, April 05, 2006

CGO 2007

I am in charge of the web site for next year's CGO (International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization). This year's conference just took place in NYC and next year we are moving back to San Jose.

The submission deadline is Friday Sept. 8, 2006 and here is a list of areas suggested in the call for papers:
  • Compilers, back-end code generators, translators, binary optimization tools and runtime environments; static, dynamic, adaptive, or continuous techniques
  • Innovative analysis, transformation, and optimization techniques
  • Profiling and feedback-directed methodologies
  • Memory management, including data distribution, synchronization and GC
  • Thread extraction and thread-level speculation, especially for multi-core systems
  • Vertical integration of language features, representations, optimizations, and runtime support for parallelism (including support for transactional semantics, efficient message passing, and dynamic thread creation)
  • Phase detection and analysis techniques
  • Mechanisms and optimization techniques supporting the efficient implementation of security protection models, reliability and energy efficiency
  • Traditional compiler optimizations
  • Intermediate representations that enable more powerful or efficient optimization
  • Hardware mechanisms and systems that implement or assist in any of the above
  • Experiences with real dynamic optimization and compilation systems, particularly with large, complex applications
  • Explorations of trade-offs concerning when (static/dynamic) and where (software/hardware) to optimize
  • Particularly novel ideas of interest to this community

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