LCTES 2008

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        ACM SIGPLAN/SIGBED 2008 Conference on Languages
     Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES 2008)

                 Co-located with PLDI 2008
               Tucson, AZ, June 12-13, 2008


Submission deadline (no extension): February 4, 2008

Conference: June 12-13, 2008


As embedded systems increase in number, complexity, and diversity, new
research challenges are encountered in areas such as verification,
validation, meeting performance goals and resource constraints,            
creating and exploiting new hardware architectures, and scaling up to      
multicores and distributed systems.                                        

LCTES 2008 solicits papers presenting original work on programming         
languages, compilers, tools, and architectures that help meet these        
challenges.  Research papers (which propose innovative techniques) and     
experience papers (which report experimentation with and lessons           
learned from real-world systems and applications) are both welcome.        

In addition to its regular sessions, LCTES 2008 will feature special       
events such as an industrial panel, keynotes, tutorials and
demonstrations to bring out the latest and more interesting aspects of
embedded systems.  Examples include tools for multi-cores, emerging
platforms such as smart phones multi-player game machines and
real-time multi-media players.


Papers are solicited on, but not limited to, the following aspects of
embedded and cyber physical systems design:

   * Programming language issues in embedded systems, including
     o Language features to exploit multi-core, single-chip SIMD,
       reconfigurable architecture and other emerging architectures
     o Language features for distributed real-time control, media
       players, and other complex embedded systems
     o Language features to enhance reliability and security
     o Virtual machines, concurrency, memory management

   * Compiler issues in embedded systems, including
     o Interaction between embedded computer architecture, operating
       system and compiler
     o Interpreters, binary translation and just-in-time compilation
     o Support for debugging, profiling, exception and interrupt
       handling, for reliability and security
     o Optimization for low power, low energy, low code and data size,
       and high (real-time) performance

   * Tools for analysis, specification, design and implementation of       
     embedded systems, including
     o Hardware, system software, and application, and their interface     
     o Distributed real-time control, media players, reconfigurable        
       architectures and other complex systems
     o Validation and verification, system integration and testing         
     o Timing analysis, timing predictability, and real-time scheduling    
     o Performance monitoring and tuning

   * Novel embedded architectures
     o Design and implementation of novel embedded architectures
     o Workload analysis and performance evaluation
     o Architecture support for new language features, new compiler
       techniques and debugging tools


Krisztian Flautner
ARM Ltd.


John Regehr
University of Utah


David Gay (Intel Research Berkeley)
Daniel Kastner (AbsInt, Germany) Christoph Kirsch (University of Salzburg, Austria)
Prasad Kulkarni (University of Kansas, USA)
Julia Lawall (DIKU, Denmark)
Jaejin Lee (Seoul National University, Korea)
Jenq-Kuen Lee (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)
Annie Liu (SUNY at Stony Brook, USA)
Rupak Majumdar (UCLA, USA)
Frank Mueller (North Carolina State University, USA)
Kathryn O'Brien (IBM Research)
Alastair Reid (ARM Ltd., UK)
Xavier Rival (INRIA/ENS, France)
Aviral Shrivastava (Arizona State University, USA)
Bjorn De Sutter (IMEC, Belgium)
Lothar Thiele (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Gary Tyson (Florida State University, USA)
Westley Weimer (University of Virginia, USA)
Yuan Xie (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Jingling Xue (University of New South Wales, Australia)
Bingyu Zang (Fudan University, China)
Xiaotong Zhuang (IBM Research)


Koen De Bosschere (Ghent University, Belgium)
Ron Cytron (Washington University, USA)
Srinivas Devadas (MIT, USA)
Rajiv Gupta (University of Arizona, USA)
Mary Jane Irwin (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Annie Liu (SUNY Stony Brook, USA)
Thomas Marlowe (Seton Hall University, USA)
Peter Marwedel (University of Dortmund, Germany)
Frank Mueller (North Carolina State University, USA)
Yunheung Paek (Seoul National University, Korea)
Santosh Pande (Georgia Tech, USA)
Per Stenstrom (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
David Whalley (Florida State University, USA)
Reinhard Wilhelm (University of the Saarland, Germany)                      


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