Software Tools for Multi-Core Systems

March 11th, 2007       San José, CA, USA

2nd Workshop on Software Tools for Multi-Core Systems

Aims & Scope

The drive towards multi-core systems is being led by technology advances such as increasing chip densities and lower design costs of replicated functionality as compared to today’s increasingly complex high-end microprocessors. As multi-core systems are already being sold and deployed, the goal of this workshop is to provide a forum to discuss what software tools — from operating systems and virtual machines on up to programming models — must be developed to make effective use of the computational power of these new architectures.
The format of the workshop will be a half day, with a set of invited talks, presentations selected from the submissions, and a panel discussion or posters to complete the schedule.

Topics of Interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Programming models
- Managing heterogeneity
- Relationship to other parallel computing strategies (embedded and high-end)
- Impact on applications
- O/S and Run-time management
- Virtual machines
- Binary translation
- Performance tuning

Important dates and deadlines

- Acceptance: February 14, 2007
- Final version: February 28, 2007

Program Committee

Mary Hall (chair), USC/ISI
Ali-Reza Adl-Tabatabai, Intel Corporation
Jim Dehnert, Google
Amer Diwan, University of Colorado
Maria Garzaran, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
David Grove, IBM
Sam Midkiff, Purdue University
Shaz Qadeer, Microsoft Research
Manish Vachharajani, University of Colorado


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