Call for Submissions: Arm Research Summit in Austin

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The Arm Research Summit, has issued its Call for Submissions. The event takes place September 15-18 in Austin, Texas.

As a one-of-a-kind forum for topics that are shaping our world, the Summit focuses on presentations and discussions, and welcomes research at all stages of development and/or publication. The committee encourages submissions of early-stage, high-impact ideas seeking feedback, new angles on already-published material, workshops and demos. We also welcome participation from students at all levels of their academic career.

The 2019 Research Summit explores the importance of working together to create a diverse research ecosystem that addresses our industry’s increasingly complex challenges. Now in its fourth year, the Summit program includes talks, workshops, demos and plenty of networking opportunities. We invite academics, researchers and industry experts from around the world to share their work, and discuss the latest developments in technology research.

Topics can include all types of system architecture, (micro-)architectures, system software, and applications as well as research into the societal impact of these technologies:

  • Biological, Organic, Molecular, and Quantum Computing
  • Cybersecurity: Hardware and Software
  • Distributed Systems
  • Emerging Semiconductor Technology: Transistors, Photonic Devices, Process Technology
  • Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
  • Machine Learning and Cognitive Computing
  • Micro-Architecture
  • Non-Von Neumann and Post-Moore Architectures
  • Power Management and Green Computing
  • Programming Models or Runtime Support
  • Scalability and Scalable Systems
  • Semiconductor Applications: Automotive, Healthcare and devices, High-performance Computing, Internet-of-things (IoT) and Edge Computing, Wearable Computing
  • Semiconductor Systems Architecture, i.e. CPU, Memory, Interconnect, System, etc.
  • Semiconductor Systems Performance Measurement, Characterization, Analysis, and Prediction
  • Social and Societal Impact of Technology
  • Software, i.e. Operating Systems, Applications, Services, Tools, etc.

Submissions demonstrating cross-discipline collaboration or research across multiple threads will be warmly received.

Submissions are due May 1, 2019.

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