1st Annual Compiler Frontiers Workshop (2021)
Held in conjunction with the 18th ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers
As architectures become increasingly complex and drive power/performance requirements far beyond traditional data center environments, we find that compilers are becoming increasingly paramount in constructing performant, power efficient and resilient application payloads. The ability construct programming model support, compilers, optimizers and associated tooling for advanced architectures is now at the forefront of computer science and computer architecture research. This workshop seeks to bring together researchers and experts from industry and academia in order to present the latest advances in Compilers for Computing Frontiers.
This workshop will feature contributed papers and invited talks focusing on recent developments from both academia and industry the pertain to the state of the art in compiler technology.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Compiler extensions for HPC, HPDC, IoT, Cloud and Edge computing
- Compiler design for low power environments
- Compiler design for extreme parallelism
- Compiler optimizations and optimization frameworks
- Extensions to existing compiler frameworks: LLVM, GCC, etc
- Template meta-programming constructs
- Domain specific language compilers
- Compiler re-targeting for non-traditional/special-purpose architectures
- Compiler advances for AI/ML architectures
- Hardware compilers for RTL, FIRRTL and circuit code generation
- Paper submissions due: February 26, 2021
- Notifications to authors of acceptance: March 18, 2021
- Camera-ready papers due: March 25, 2021
- Workshop date: TBD
Authors are encouraged to submit full papers of 4-6 pages. Each full paper will be considered for publication in the workshop section of the Computing Frontiers proceedings. For very early access work, authors may also submit a 2 page extended abstract. However, authors of extended abstracts will be asked to give a virtual presentation during the workshop, but will not be included in the official Computing Frontiers proceedings.
ALl paper and extended abstract submissions must adhere to official ACM conference format. As the review process is double-blind, removal of all identifying information from paper submissions is required (i.e., cite own work in third person). Papers not conforming to the above submission policies on formatting, page limits and the removal of identifying information will be automatically rejected. Authors are strongly advised to submit their papers with the final list of authors, as changes may not be feasible at later stages.
All papers must be submitted through the official workshop Easychair
- John Leidel - Tactical Computing Labs
- David Donofrio - Tactical Computing Labs
- Jose Molsalve-Diaz : University of Delaware
- John Leidel - firstname.lastname@example.org