Future multi-core architectures will present a variety of challenges for system developers, such as non-cache-coherent memory, heterogeneous processing cores and the exploitation of novel architectural features. SFMA ’15 is a forum for researchers in the operating systems, language runtime and virtual machine communities to present and discuss their experiences with the new generation of highly-parallel hardware.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- novel multi-core operating system designs,
- runtime systems and programming environments for future hardware,
- OS or runtime support for heterogeneous processing cores,
- scheduling on many-core architectures,
- energy efficiency, fault tolerance and resource management on future multi-core architectures,
- performance evaluation of potential future hardware,
- architectural support for systems-level software, and
- case studies of system-level software design for current or future multi-core hardware
Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished work that exposes a new problem, advocates a specific solution, or reports on actual experience. Papers should be submitted using the standard two-column ACM SIG proceedings or SIG alternate template, and are limited to 6 pages (including figures, tables and references). Papers that exceed this length may be rejected without consideration of their merit.
Final papers will be made available to participants electronically at the meeting, but to facilitate resubmission to more formal venues, no archival proceedings will be published, and papers will not be sent to the ACM Digital Library. Authors will be given the option of having their final paper accessible from the workshop website.
Papers can now be uploaded to the online submission site.
If you have any questions, please contact the workshop chairs.
- Submission deadline:
Tuesday, February 10, 2015, 11:59pm US Pacific timeEXTENDED: Tuesday, February 17, 2015, 11:59pm US Pacific time
- Notification: Friday, March 6, 2015
- Workshop: Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Chris Rossbach (VMware Research)
Simon Peter (University of Washington)
Allen Clement (Google)
Joseph Devietti (University of Pennsylvania)
Donald Porter (Stony Brook University)
Mark Silberstein (Technion)
Joseph Tucek (HP Labs)
Kornilios Kourtis (ETH Zurich)
Jan Sacha (Alcatel-Lucent)