Early registration is extended to August 5th, 2007!

ACSAC 2007
The 1st CFP has been announced !

The paper submission is extended to April 12th 19th, 2007

Advanced registration is open. Due date is 20th June.

Advance Program of the Conference is now available as of June 25th, 2007!

Conference Banquet/Tour Information is now available as of August 24th, 2007!

On-line proceedings are available.

Conference photo is available.

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ACSAC 2007 Call For Participation

The Twelfth Asia-Pacific Computer Systems Architecture Conference (ACSAC 2007)

will be held in Korea, during August 22nd to 25th, 2007

On-line Proceedings

The Twelfth Asia-Pacific Computer Systems Architecture Conference (ACSAC 2007) is an international conference, sponsored by Korea University. The conference is organized by Korea University and will be held in Korea, during August 22nd-25th, 2007.

This annual conference serves as a forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to computer system architecture. A variety of opportunities are available to present research-oriented papers, or to showcase and market your products and services.

We invite you to attend ACSAC 2007 and appreciate your discussion with keynote speakers and presenters.



General Chairs:

Lynn Choi, Korea University (Korea)

Sung Bae Park, Samsung Electronics (Korea)

Program Chair:

Yunheung Paek, Seoul National University (Korea)

John Morris, University of Auckland (New Zealand)

Sangyeun Cho, University of Pittsburgh (USA)



The scope of the conference ACSAC 2007 includes, but is not limited to, the following major topics:

•  Instruction-level parallelism (ILP) and thread-level parallelism (TLP)

•  Processor architectures and microarchitectures

•  Parallel architectures and computation models

•  Reconfigurable computing systems

•  Adaptive computing systems

•  Memory systems

•  Scalable architectures

•  OS for emerging architectures

•  High-performance I/O architectures

•  Compilers and tools for all of the above

•  Simulation and performance evaluation

•  Hardware support for OS and compilers

•  Energy efficient and power aware techniques

•  Interconnect networks and network interfaces

•  Benchmarking and measurement of real systems

•  OS and architecture support for secure computing

•  Architectures for high-productivity embedded systems

•  Impact of VLSI scaling and advanced submicron design

•  Hardware/software partitioning, co-design and co-verification

•  Self-timed/globally asynchronous locally synchronous designs

•  Methodologies & architectures for application-specific systems

•  High-availability, high-reliability and fault tolerant architectures

•  Mobile system designs and implementations

•  Low power systems and architectures




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