February 11, 2019
12th Workshop on General Purpose Processing Using GPU (GPGPU 2019)
in conjunction with ASPLOS 2019
Providence, RI, USA
April 13, 2019
Papers due: February 11, 2019
Notification: March 11, 2019 (note: early bird registration for ASPLOS’19 is March 22)
Final paper due: March 25, 2019
The goal of this workshop is to provide a forum to discuss new and emerging general-purpose programming architectures, environments, and platforms, as well as evaluate applications that have been able to harness the horsepower provided by these platforms. This year’s workshop is particularly interested in security, new heterogeneous architecture or platforms, new forms of concurrency, and novel or irregular applications that can leverage these platforms.
Papers are being sought on many aspects of GPUs or accelerators, including (but not limited to):
– GPU applications
– GPU programming environments
– GPU runtime systems
– GPU compilation
– GPU architectures
– Multi-GPU systems
– GPU power/efficiency
– GPU reliability
– GPU benchmarking/measurements
– Heterogeneous architectures/platforms
– GPU security (NEW)
– Non-von Neumann architectures (NEW)
– Domain-specific architectures (NEW)
Full paper submissions must be in PDF format for US letter-size paper. They must not exceed 10 pages (all inclusive) in standard ACM two-column conference format (preprint mode, with page number). Templates for ACM format are available for Microsoft Word, and LaTeX can be found here. The submission site will be up soon.
Adwait Jog (co-chair), College of William & Mary
Onur Kayiran (co-chair), AMD Research
Ashutosh Pattnaik (submission/web chair), Penn State
Please contact the organizers if you have any questions.
HISTORY AND IMPACT
David Kaeli (Northeastern) and John Cavazos (Delaware) very successfully organized the previous versions of the GPGPU workshop. GPGPU workshop was first held in 2007 at Northeastern University. In 2008, the meeting was held with ASPLOS 2008. This trend continued and the GPGPU workshop was held with ASPLOS for the next 6 years. From 2015 and 2018, GPGPU workshop was co-located with PPoPP. GPGPU 2019 workshop returns to ASPLOS. The average citation count (as per Google Scholar), for a GPGPU workshop paper, is currently 37.5, where there have been 8 influential papers with 100+ citations.