The Dec.6 paper submission deadline for the 1st International Workshop on Reversible Computing has been extended to Dec 20. However, please do go ahead and fill out the online form to register to submit a paper as soon as you can. (No payment is required for this.)
You can find out more at the workshop site. You can register to submit a paper at the site. The paper length is 6000 words.
Also, I ask for your assistance in distributing the announcement for the overall Computing Frontiers conference to your friends and colleagues in other fields mentioned in the main conference webpage at http://www.computingfrontiers.org. (Also a plain-text version of the announcement, suitable for forwarding, is below.) Regards, Dr. Michael P. Frank
CALL FOR PAPERS
Computing Frontiers 2005
May 4-5, 2005
Sponsored by ACM SigMicro
The increasing needs of present and future computation-intensive applications have stimulated research in new and innovative approaches to the design and implementation of high-performance computing systems. This challenging boundary between state of the art and innovation constitutes the computing frontiers, which needs to push forward and provide the computational support required for the advancement of all science domains and applications. This conference will focus on a wide spectrum of advanced technologies and radically new solutions and is designed to foster communication between the various scientific areas and disciplines involved.
Authors are invited to submit papers on all areas of innovative computing systems which extend the current frontiers of computer science and engineering and that will provide advanced systems for current and future applications.
Papers are sought on theory, methodologies, technologies, and implementations concerned with innovations in computing paradigms, computational models, architectural paradigms, computer architectures, development environments, compilers, operating environments, etc. Papers should be submitted to one of the following tracks:
1. Non-conventional computing
2. Grid computing
3. High performance embedded architectures
4. Reconfigurable computing
6. Autonomic and Organic computing
7. Compilers and Operating Systems
8. Pervasive computing
9. Architectures and devices for emerging nanotechnologies
10. Workload characterization of emerging applications
11. SOC architectures
12. Temperature, energy, and complexity-aware designs
13. Special purpose architectures
14. Quantum computing
15. Open topics
Papers with new ideas and perspectives on computing are more than welcome.
Full papers should be submitted through the Conference Submission Page. Papers should be no longer than 6000 words, single-column and double-spaced, and in PDF format (printable with Acrobat Reader).
PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 6, 2004. Acceptance/rejection will be emailed by January 17, 2005. The final manuscript will due February 21, 2005. Submission implies that at least one author will register at the conference and present the paper.
Dr. Michael P. Frank, Assistant Professor
FAMU-FSU College of Engineering
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
2525 Pottsdamer Street, Room 341
email@example.com, phone 850-410-6463, cell 597-2046