[Om-announce] [simu-conf] CFP SCSC 2011: Track Computer Architecture Simulation

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Computer Architecture Simulation

Workshop/Paper Track at the Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2011

(SCSC ‘11 <http://www.msc-les.org/conf/summersim2011/SCSC2011/index.htm>)

José L. Risco-Martín <jlrisco at dacya.ucm.es>, Complutense University of
Madrid, Madrid, Spain;
J. Manuel Colmenar <jmcolmenar at ajz.ucm.es> C.E.S. Felipe II - Complutense
University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Track Description
In an era in which designers navigate the entangled problems of power
consumption, performance, parallelism, thermal effects, and reliability, we
find ourselves increasingly dependent on models and simulation to ensure
that our designs will meet expectations.
Simulators have become an integral part of the computer architecture
research and design process. Since they have the advantages of cost, time,
and flexibility, engineers apply simulation to guide the design space
exploration and to quantify the efficacy of any new enhancement.
However, long simulation times and poor accuracy limit their effectiveness
in most cases.

This track is devoted to present, discus, and debate innovative ideas and
techniques for advanced simulation related to processors, memories,
system-on-chips, network-on-chips, datapaths or any computer architecture

Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

· Microarchitecture modeling and simulation methodology

· Microarchitecture support for reliability

· Novel memory and storage architectures

· Low power design, design efficiency optimizations

· Novel approaches to fine-grain parallel processing

· Architectures, simulators and compilers for MPSoCs, graphics/gaming

· embedded processors, DSPs, ASIPs (network, multimedia, wireless, etc.)

Authors must strictly follow SCSC
paper submission.


The Society for Modeling and Simulation International (http://www.scs.org/)

Key Dates

Special session proposals - January 31, 2011

Submission of papers  (and tutorials proposals) - February 15, 2011

Notification of Acceptance - April 15, 2011

Final Submission - May 15, 2011
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