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Announcing Details for ASPLOS 2020

ASPLOS is the premier forum for interdisciplinary systems research, intersecting computer architecture, hardware and emerging technologies, programming languages and compilers, operating systems, and networking. The 25th ASPLOS will be held on March 16-20, 2020 in Lausanne, Switzerland, a beautiful town on the shores of Lake Geneva, conveniently located in the center of Europe, and at EPFL.

Important Dates

    • Abstract submissions: August 9, 2019
    • Full paper submissions: August 16, 2019
    • Author response: October 28-November 1, 2019
    • Notification: November 20, 2019
    • Final copy deadline: January 20, 2020
    • Conference dates: March 16-20, 2020

The ASPLOS 2019 website is moving

We are in the process of moving the ASPLOS 2019 website to a stable location, but until then the archived version may be accessed here [external link].

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Call for Contributions

Call for papers

Main conference:

25th International Conference on Architectural Support for  Programming Languages and Operating Systems

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Abstract submissions    August 9, 2019
Full paper submissions August 16, 2019
Author response               October 28-November 1, 2019
Notification                           November 20, 2019
Final copy deadline          January 20, 2020

ASPLOS is the premier forum for interdisciplinary systems research, intersecting computer architecture, hardware and emerging technologies, programming languages and compilers, operating systems, and networking. The 25th ASPLOS will be held in Lausanne, Switzerland, a beautiful town on the shores of Lake Geneva, conveniently located in the center of Europe, and at EPFL.

Like its predecessors, ASPLOS 2020 invites papers on ground-breaking research at the intersection of the ASPLOS disciplines: architecture, programming languages, operating systems, and related areas. Non-traditional topics are especially encouraged. The importance of cross-cutting research continues to increase as we grapple with the end of Dennard scaling, the explosion of big data, the scale of computing from ultra-low power wearables to exascale systems, the need for sustainability, and the growth of human-centered applications.  ASPLOS embraces systems research that addresses new problems in innovative ways.  Research may target diverse goals such as performance, energy and thermal efficiency, resiliency, security, privacy, sustainability, applicability to future technologies, applications, and environments. The review process will be sensitive to the challenges of multidisciplinary work and emerging areas.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

      • Existing and emerging platforms at all scales, from embedded to cloud
      • Traditional and extreme environments, from implantable to space
      • Internet services, cloud computing, and datacenters
      • Multicore architectures and systems
      • Heterogeneous architectures and accelerators
      • Systems for enabling parallelism at an extreme scale
      • Programming models, languages, and compilation for all platforms
      •  Managing, storing, and computing big data
      •  Virtualization and virtualized systems
      •  Memory/storage technologies and architectures
      •  Power, energy, and thermal management
      •  Security, reliability, availability, and sustainability
      •  Verification and testing, and their impact on design and security
      •  Systems and hardware support for machine learning
      •  Non-traditional computing systems, including emerging devices

Committees

Organization Committee

General Chair Jim Larus EPFL
Program Chairs Luis Ceze University of Washington
Karin Strauss Microsoft
Finance Sophia Shao NVIDIA
Workshop & Tutorial Mike Carbin MIT
Travel Grant Shan Lu Chicago
 Markus Puschel ETH Zurich
Poster Session Milind Kulkarni  Purdue
Wild and Crazy Ideas Adrian Sampson Cornell University
Lightning Talks Mohit Tiwari UT Austin
Artifacts Grigori Fursin Dividiti
Vijay Janapa Reddi Harvard
Publicity Onur Mutlu ETH Zurich
Akshitha Sriraram University of Michigan
Web Emily Ruppel Carnegie Mellon University
Sponsorship Haibo Chen Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Carole-Jean Wu Arizona State University
Boris Grot University of Edinburgh
Local Arrangements Ousmane Diallo EPFL

Program Committee

Yungang Bao ICT, CAS
Emery Berger University of Massachusetts
Abhishek Bhattacharjee Yale University
Ricardo Bianchini Microsoft Research
Steve Blackburn Australian National University
Michael Bond Ohio State University
David Brooks Harvard University
Michael Carbin MIT
Haibo Chen SJTU
Albert Cohen Google
Christina Delimitrou Cornell University
David Devecsery Georgia Tech
Joe Devietti University of Pennsylvania
Yufei Ding UC Santa Barbara
Lieven Eeckhout Ghent University
Babak Falsafi EPFL
Chris Fletcher UIUC
Ada Gavrilovska Georgia Tech
Boris Grot University of Edinburgh
Qi Guo ICT
Steven Hand Google
Tim Harris Amazon
Hank Hoffmann University of Chicago
Ulya Karpuzcu University of Minnesota
Kim Keeton HP Labs
Martha Kim Columbia University
John Kim KAIST
Chandra Krintz UC Santa Barbara
Milind Kulkarni Purdue University
Benjamin Lee Duke University
Jing Li University of Wisconsin
Gabriel Loh AMD
Jason Lowe-Power UC Davis
Brandon Lucia Carnegie Mellon University
Srilatha Manne Microsoft
Margaret Martonosi Princeton University
Kathryn McKinley Google
Todd Mowry Carnegie Mellon University
Michael O’Boyle University of Edinburgh
Kunle Olukotun Stanford University
Xuehai Qian USC
Jonathan Ragan-Kelley UC Berkeley
Christopher Rossbach UT Austin
Adrian Sampson Cornell University
Sophia Shao NVIDIA
Tim Sherwood UC Santa Barbara
Tatiana Shpeisman Google
Mark Silberstein Technion
Steve Swanson UC San Diego
Mike Swift University of Wisconsin
Lin Tan Purdue University
Zachary Tatlock University of Washington
Mohit Tiwari University of Texas at Austin
Caroline Trippel Princeton University
Emmett Witchel University of Texas at Austin
Jae Wook Lee SNU
Harry Xu UCLA