February 24, 2023
February 24, 2023
2nd Annual Compiler Frontiers Workshop (2023)
Held in conjunction with the 20th ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers
As architectures grow in complexity and power/performance requirements evolve far beyond what traditional data center environments offer, advances in compiler technology are paramount to enable the construction of performant, power-efficient, and resilient application payloads. The ability to build 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 to present the latest advances in Compilers for Computing Frontiers.
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
- Compiler optimizations for high-level abstractions
- Extensions to existing compiler frameworks: CLANG, GCC, MLIR, LLVM, etc.
- Template meta-programming constructs
- Domain-specific language compilers
- Compiler re-targeting for non-traditional/special-purpose architectures
- Compiler extensions for AI/ML architectures
- Application of ML to compiler technologies
- Compiler design for hardware description languages
- Compiler extensions for High-Level Synthesis tools targeting FPGAs or ASICs
- Paper submissions due:
February 17th, 2023 AOEFebruary 24th, 2023 AOE
- Notifications of acceptance:
March 17th, 2023March 24th, 2023
- Camera-ready papers due:
March 24th, 2023March 31st, 2023
- Workshop date: Held in conjunction with the CF2023 conference (May 9th – 11th, 2023)
Authors are encouraged to submit papers of up to 6 pages, excluding references, describing novel work. Authors are welcome to make submissions describing early-stage, in-progress, and/or exploratory work in order to elicit feedback, discover collaboration opportunities, and spark discussion. Accepted papers will be published in the workshop section of the Computing Frontiers proceedings.
All paper submissions must adhere to the 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 later.
All papers must be submitted through the official submission website: Easychair
- Barbara Chapman – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
- Simone Campanoni – Northwestern University