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COMPSAC 2016: The 40th IEEE Computer Society International Conference on Computers, Software & Applications

Atlanta, Georgia, USA - June 10-14, 2016

Connected World: New Challenges for Data, Systems & Applications

 

RC: COMPSAC Symposium on Rebooting Computing

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Contact RC Organizers: compsac-2016-compsac-rc@mscs.mu.edu

The IEEE Rebooting Computing Initiative seeks to restore computing to its historic exponential growth. Such performance improvement ended a decade ago.  Looking to the future, hardware and software at all levels need to be reexamined, including consideration of novel materials, devices, architectures and systems.  
 
Recognizing the importance of these trends, COMPSAC, the IEEE Computer Society's Signature computing conference is offering for the first time, as part of COMPSAC 2016, the COMPSAC Symposium on Rebooting Computing (COMPSAC-RC). This symposium invites submissions related to this convergence in matters related to, for example, novel computing paradigms including neuromorphic, adiabatic, approximate, statistical, millivolt-based, etc. All submissions must conform to the general guidelines for COMPSAC. 
 
Topics include:
  • Energy Efficient Computing
  • International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) 2.0
  • Neuromorphic Computing
  • Adiabatic and Reversible Computing
  • Approximate Computing
  • Rethinking Structures of Computation
  • Extraction of Parallelism through Randomness, Approximation, etc.
  • Trust and Security Computing Architectures
  • Broad Special-Purpose Computing Architectures
  • Millivolt-based Computer Architectures
  • Other alternative computing technologies

Paper Guidelines

Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research work and novel computer applications; as well as industrial practice reports. Simultaneous submission to other publication venues is not permitted.

The review and selection process for submissions is designed to identify papers that break new ground and provide substantial support for their results and conclusions as significant contributions to the field. Submissions will be selected that represent a major advancement in the subject of the symposia to which they are submitted. Authors of submissions with a limited contribution or scope may be asked to revise their submissions into a more succinct camera-ready format; e.g., a short paper, workshop paper, fast abstract, or poster. An independent review panel for submitted industrial practice reports has been established to conduct peer reviews using a different, but as rigorous, set of review criteria from the industrial perspective.

All presented contributions will be included the conference proceedings. The length of a camera-ready regular paper or industry practice report is limited to 10 pages. Short papers and workshop papers are limited to 6 pages; fast abstracts to 2 pages; and posters to 1 page. Please follow the IEEE Computer Society Press Proceedings Author Guidelines in preparing your paper. Each accepted paper (full, short, industry, workshop, or fast abstract) is required to be registered at full rate by one of its authors. Reduced registration rates are available for posters and Student Research Symposium papers, but such registrations will provide limited privileges during the conference. All presented papers will be published in the electronic proceedings by the IEEE Computer Society. In order to enable indexing through INSPEC and EI Index, and inclusion in the IEEE digital library, a paper must be presented in person by one of its authors.

A special poster session will be dedicated to Work-in-Progress, new ideas, and emerging fields and research topics in the area of computer software. An area on the conference premises will be designated for the presentation of such posters. Poster presenters are expected to bring their printed poster and handouts and be present for the entire duration of session. Attendees will browse the posters and directly interact with the presenters. Thus, the poster session is intended to be an informal, conversational forum for new ideas.

Best Paper and Best Student Paper Awards will be presented by COMPSAC 2016. The first author of the best student paper must be a full-time student. Student Research Symposium papers and posters are encouraged; a reduced registration rate applies. Authors of the best technical contributions will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper for consideration by reputable journals. In the past, certain technical contributions to COMPSAC were designated for eventual publication in journals including IEEE Transactions on Services ComputingJournal of Systems and Software, and Computer Communications — among others.

RC Organizers

General Chair: Thomas M. Conte, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Program Co-Chairs: Erik P. Debenedictis, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Hironori Kasahara, Waseda University, Japan

Program Committee

Wen-Mei Hwu, University of Illinois at Champaign, USA
Pen-Chung Yew, University of Minnesota, USA
Yan Solihin, North Carolina State University, USA
Guang Gao, University of Delaware, USA
Keiji Kimura, Waseda University
Masahiro Goshima, National Institute of Informatics
Jun Shirako, Rice University
Lawrence Rauchwerger, Texas A&M University, USA
Moriyuki Takamura, OSCAR Technology
Kunio Uchiyama, Hitachi
Erik Debenedictis, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Jean-Luc Gaudiot, University of California, Irvine, USA
Thomas Conte, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Hironori Kasahara, Waseda University

 

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Lunch will be served on Saturday, Sunday and Monday in the Atlanta Ballroom, Level One

Registration

Advance registration is open. Due date is May 1, 2016. Please note that COMPSAC does not offer travel grants or travel subsidies to conference presenters or attendees.

Hotel Reservations

BEST CONFERENCE HOTEL RATE EXPIRES MAY 19! Extended to May 27.

Click here to make your room reservation with COMPSAC discount!

Transportation from the Atlanta Airport

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) offers convenient rail service from the airport for $2.50 (one way), with a travel time of 20 minutes. The Sheraton Atlanta is closest to the Peachtree Center Station, Stop #N1 on the red line. Guests should take the north exit and turn left onto Andrew Young International Boulevard. The Sheraton Atlanta is two blocks ahead on the right. 

Authors: Paper Submission

Please click this link to go to the main conference/symposia paper submission system.

Workshop paper submission links are available on the individual workshop web pages. 

IEEE Author Guidelines

Contact Us

Program Committee Chairs: compsac-2016-pcic@mscs.mu.edu

Workshop Chairs:compsac-2016-ws@mscs.mu.edu

Important Dates

September 25, 2015  Extended: October 15, 2015: Workshop/tutorial proposals due

November 30, 2015: Main conference abstracts due (optional)

December 11, 2015Extended: December 23, 2015: Main conference submissions due

February 29, 2016: Main conference paper notifications

March 6, 2016: Extended: March 18, 2016: Workshop papers due;  Posters due

March 7, 2016 Extended: March 29, 2016: Doctoral Symposium papers due; Fast Abstracts due

March 28, 2016: March 31, 2016: Workshop & Poster paper notifications

March 28, 2016  April 1, 2016: Doctoral Symposium, Fast Abstract notifications

April 7, 2016: Camera ready and registration due (all)