Top Picks from the 2013 Computer Architecture Conferences

May/June 2014

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This column discusses the Top Picks special issue, including article topics, the selection process, and how articles differ from the conference version. READ FULL ARTICLE »

About IEEE Micro

IEEE Micro focuses on computers and peripherals; systems, components, and subassemblies; communications, instrumentation and control equipment; and software. Micro brings together top research from some of the leading microarchitects and scholars from around the world.

Articles from IEEE Micro

Designing and Managing Data centers Powered by Renewable Energy

Designing and Managing Data centers Powered by Renewable Energy

IEEE Micro's annual Top Picks issue highlights the best of the content from the year's computer architecture conferences, including this article on the greening of datacenters. Read full article »

Haswell: The Fourth-Generation Intel Core Processor

Haswell: The Fourth-Generation Intel Core Processor

Come with the authors as they take a deep dive into Haswell, Intel's fourth-generation core processor architecture. Read full article »

Announcements

Society Publications Seek Editors in Chief for 2015–2016 Terms

The IEEE Computer Society seeks applicants for the position of editor in chief, serving two-year terms starting 1 January 2015.

Prospective candidates are asked to provide (as PDF files), by 1 March 2014, a complete curriculum vitae, a brief plan for the publication's future, and a letter of support from their institution or employer.

For more information on the search process and to submit application materials for the following titles, please contact Bonnie Wylie at bwylie@computer.org.

Calls for Papers

IEEE Micro achieves high rankings

All IEEE Computer Society magazines are being published in ePub format.

Multimedia

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An Honest Policy Wonk
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