Fifteenth Annual Workshop

21 - 22 September 2011
Lexington, Massachusetts

Special Notice

Introduction to GPU Programming Tutorial 20 September 2011

Highlights

Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Mark Maybury / U.S. Air Force

Prof. Anant Agarwal / MIT CSAIL

Mr. John Goodhue / Massachusetts Green High-Performance Computing Center

Banquet Speaker:

Dr. Thomas Sterling / Indiana University

Invited Speakers:

Prof. Saman Amarasinghe / MIT - PetaBricks: A Language and Compiler based on Autotuning

Prof. Chris Dwyer / Duke University - Self-assembled Materials for Computer Architectures

Prof. Franz Franchetti / Carnegie Mellon University - Spiral: Automatic Generation of Industry Strength Performance Libraries

Mr. Anthony Galassi / National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency - HPC advances in LIDAR E2E processing

Mr. John Grosh / Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Future Opportunities for HPEC in the Smart Grid

Mr. Henry Hoffman / MIT

Prof. Miriam Leeser / Northeastern University - How do you know your GPU or manycore program is correct?

Mr. Mark Mitchell / Mentor Graphics

Mr. Steve Reinhardt / Microsoft - Knowledge Discovery Toolbox:  Agile, Fast Graph Analysis for Embedded Applications

Prof. Karu Sankaralingam / University of Wisconsin – The Dark Silicon Implications for Microprocessors

Dr. Ofer Shacham / Stanford University - Creating Chip Generators For Efficient Computing at Low NRE Design Costs

Dr. Michael Vai  / MIT Lincoln Laboratory - Anti-Tamper Open System Architecture

Theme

The workshop will give U.S. government-funded researchers from academia, industry, and government working in this important area an opportunity to discuss techniques, approaches, and ongoing developments with relevance to real-time embedded computing and related military applications. During its fifteenth year, the HPEC 2011 workshop will have as its theme:

The next 15 years of embedded computing in the National Interest.

Important Dates and Information

Workshop dates: 21-22 September 2011
Banquet date: 21 September 2011
Abstracts submission deadline: 19 May 2011 has been extended to 27 May 2011
Notification of acceptance: 24 June 2011 1 July 2011
Copyright Release form due: 17 August 2011
Disclosure Authorization form due: 17 August 2011
Foreign Visit Authorization form due: 12 August 2011
Registration and Banquet forms due:
($220 Workshop only; $265 Workshop and Banquet)
13 September 2011