MICRO is the premier forum for presenting, discussing, and debating innovative microarchitecture ideas and techniques for advanced computing and communication systems. This symposium brings together researchers in fields related to microarchitecture, compilers, chips, and systems for technical exchange on traditional microarchitecture topics and emerging research areas. The MICRO community has enjoyed a close interaction between academic researchers and industrial designers.
CGO provides a premier venue to bring together researchers and practitioners working at the interface of hardware and software on a wide range of optimization and code generation techniques and related issues. The conference spans the spectrum from purely static to fully dynamic approaches, and from pure software-based methods to specific architectural features and support for code generation and optimization.
ESWEEK is the premier event covering all aspects of hardware and software design for smart, intelligent and connected computing systems. By bringing together three leading conferences (CASES, CODES+ISSS, EMSOFT), a symposium (NOCS) and several workshops and tutorials, ESWEEK allows attendees to benefit from a wide range of topics covering the state-of-the-art in embedded systems research and development.
CF is an eclectic, interdisciplinary, collaborative community of researchers who investigate emerging technologies in the broad field of computing: the common goal is to drive the scientific breakthroughs that transform society. CF's broad scope is driven by recent technological advances in wide-ranging fields impacting computing, such as novel computing models and paradigms, advancements in hardware, network and systems architecture, cloud computing, novel device physics and materials, new application domains of artificial intelligence, big data analytics, wearables and IoT. The boundaries between the state-of-the-art and revolutionary innovation constitute the advancing frontiers of science, engineering, and information technology, and are the CF community focus. CF provides a venue to share, discuss, and advance broad, forward-thinking, early research on the future of computing and welcomes work on a wide spectrum of computer systems, from embedded and hand-held/wearable devices to supercomputers and datacenters.
The MICRO Career Workshop (formerly CWWMCA) brings together diverse members of the computer architecture community at different levels in academia, industry, research, government, and students to promote the recruitment, retention and progression of women and underrepresented groups with research interests in computer architecture. The workshop highlights emerging and hot topics in computer architecture, but also provides opportunities for cross-disciplinary research, networking, and career advice and mentoring. The workshop contains a mix of technical presentations and panel sessions given by academic and industry leaders as well as informal activities to provide mentoring for students as they get started in their careers.
The NoCArc workshop provides a forum for researchers to present and discuss innovative ideas and solutions related to design and implementation of multi-core systems on chip. With the advancement in both computing architectures and process technology, many-core architectures can have thousands of cores into a single chip. Such a wild increase in the number of processing elements (PE) per chip, together with the growing architectural and workload heterogeneity, calls for efficient, versatile, scalable, and reliable communication infrastructures. The workshop will focus on issues related to design, analysis and testing of on-chip networks.